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07 October, 2014

'Resilient Leadership: Challenging Business Paradigms’

Established corporate norms, values and practices are struggling to respond to the challenges of the 21st century – there is a structural and cultural challenge of crisis in finance, environment and corporate purpose and responsibility.

Margaret Heffernan
Margaret Heffernan
‘Resilient Leadership’ will explore what it means to be a leader and how as leaders we can develop and maintain the capacity to skilfully challenge the status quo and elegantly facilitate change.

A study by Korn-Ferry found that 90% of leaders were let go due to physical or mental conditions that impaired their leadership effectiveness. In the same study one in three CEO’s rated resilience alongside ‘drive’ and above ‘intelligence’ (29%) and influence (21%) as key characteristics of future CEO’s*.

Resilience is often seen as that ineffable quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever. A public event on 16 October sees renowned practitioners come together to explore ‘Resilient Leadership’. Utilising training, leadership, organisational and story-telling the contributors include;

Mark Goyder (Photo copyright: Elizabeth Handy)
Mark Goyder (Photo copyright: Elizabeth Handy)
Margaret Heffernan; Author of the acclaimed best-selling 2011 book “Willful Blindness – Why We Ignore The Obvious At Our Peril” and “A Bigger Prize - Why Competition Isn't Everything And How We Do Better” (2014);
Claire Breeze; co-founder of Relume; who help clients, senior executives, challenge the status quo in themselves and their market. Claire is the author of  “The Challenger Spirit” (2011);
Mark Goyder; Founding Director of Tomorrow’s Company, an independent business-led think tank, described as “five years ahead of the pack in looking at what is needed in governance terms to make British companies sustainable wealth creators” (Anthony Hilton);
Wendy Addison; Wendy's integrity was vividly demonstrated by her reporting corruption in what became known as the biggest corporate disaster in South African history. Wendy's story is one of courage. It covers ambition, corporate greed, telling the truth and resilience.

Wendy Addison
Wendy Addison
This TIGERoadshow, in partnership with St Ethelburga’s City Forum and Relume, takes place at St Ethelburga’s Centre, London, EC2N 4AG, on 16 October (16:00 – 20:45).

TIGERoadshows explore Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy and is a programme of Initiatives of Change UK, a worldwide movement of people of diverse cultures and backgrounds who are committed to the transformation of society through changes in human motives and behaviour, starting in their own lives.

Previous TIGERoadshow participants say;
'There was clear thinking, authoritative speakers, and fresh and radical ideas that clearly make sense. A chance to meet like-minded people and people I can learn from.'
Alastair Johnson, Entrepreneur

'I liked the whole ethos of the event. Everything was conducted with a respect and unanimity which allowed intelligent discussion and the airing of alternative economic approaches.'
Peter Davies, Managing Director, Business in the Community.

*'Discover The DNA Of Future CEO’s' - The Korn Ferry Institute, Dec 2009

Event Programme

16:00 - 16:15: Welcome
16:15 - 17:00: Margaret Heffernan
17:00 - 18:30: Claire Breezer and Mark Goyder in conversation
18:30 - 19:00: Refreshments
19:00 - 20:00: Resilience training workshop
20:00 - 20:30: Wendy Addison
20:30 - 20:45: Close

Contact Information

Joseph Swann – TIGE UK:
Email
M: 07968996721

Davina Patel – Head of Communications and Marketing, Initiatives of Change UK:
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T: 020 7798 6021

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