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Global Leadership Network UK & Ireland

GLN UK & Ireland

GLS Special Edition Session Carey Nieuwhof
Critical Issues for Your Leadership—Carey Nieuwhof GLS Sessions

We are delighted to announce that from 1 August GLN UKI Partners can watch the recently recorded GLS Special Edition sessions with Carey Nieuwhof. In these sessions Carey Nieuwhof tackles critical issues leaders are facing today: What takes out leaders and how can they ensure they finish well? Leadership is hard—how do you guard against […]

Three Things that Happen at the Global Leadership Summit – Albert Tate

If you and your team need a fresh boost of energy to regain momentum in the ‘new normal’, we invite you to join us at GLS21. As GLS speaker Albert Tate put it in his recent article: ‘The Global Leadership Summit is a game-changer in people’s lives—tapping  into  potential,  inspiring vision , and  developing leadership in […]

General Stanley McChrystal quote: Strength is leading when you just don't want to
General Stanley McChrystal on Building Resilience—GLS21 Speaker Spotlight

As we count down to GLS21, we anticipate much to learn from General Stanley McChrystal, especially when it comes to team building, leading in challenging environments and resilience! GLS Manchester host Anthony Delaney anticipates a powerful session: Here you can enjoy a preview of his teaching in this three-part series, brought to you by the McChrystal Group, on […]

Amy Edmondson - Global Leadership Summit
GLS Special Edition – Business Speaker Spotlight – Amy Edmondson

As part of this event, we are looking forward to a session from Amy Edmondson who is one of Harvard University’s most respected management thought leaders. Her work focuses on teamwork and the ways leaders can build teams to work more effectively together. Her book, The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for […]

Patrick Lencioni speaking at the GLS Special Edition 19 March 2021
Speaker Spotlight: Patrick Lencioni’s Top 25 Leadership Quotes

Do you ever find yourself dragging your feet on certain tasks? But lose track of time during other activities? There’s a reason for that, and it has to do with how you’re wired. If you want to thrive and feel fulfilled in your work, you must tap into your inner genius and the genius of […]

James Lawrence interviewed at GLS20
In Conversation: Leadership Interview with James Lawrence

Roger Fairhead, GLN UKI CEO, and James Lawrence, CPAS Leadership Principal Recorded at GLS20, this fascinating interview brings helpful insight on topics such as: Facing the current challenges The importance of vulnerability in leadership ‘Lonely at the top’ The difference between honesty and vulnerability Taking risks and permission to fail Perseverance Recognising you can’t do […]

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3 Important Things Happen When You Attend a GLS – Albert Tate

The Global Leadership Summit in August 2020 was the hardest speaking engagement I’ve ever done in my life. The auditorium was an empty, dark valley of a space. I knew hundreds of thousands of people were going to be watching on the other side of the camera, but right in front of me were just […]

Adapt Your Leadership – GLS Session Preview

Given the pace of change in the last year, do you feel able to adapt your leadership? According to GLS speaker T.D. Jakes, you can adapt yourself better through the metrics of migrative thinking: Migrative thinking = your ability to think differently in order to be effective Metrics = your ability to measure the impact In […]

The Science of Leadership - Vanessa Van Edwards - #GLSUKI
Inspire Trust and Respect – GLS Session Preview

To use your influence well, you need to inspire others’ trust and respect. You need to be friendly, warm and collaborative, but also powerful, capable and dependable. Harvard research summarises this as hitting the sweet spot between warmth and competence: What’s true for most of us is that we lean towards one end more than […]

Mike Hill CEO GLN UK and Ireland
A Tennis Lesson for Leaders – Mike Hill

I recently read a nice obituary in the newspaper about former tennis player Bobby Wilson, who progressed to many quarter finals in his career and achieved well as a doubles player in the Davis Cup. Wilson was known for his deft touch on court and had a penchant for taking better players to five sets, […]