Global Leaders Programme
Nigel Hall, Director of the Churchill 21st Century Leadership Programme, introduces a panel discussion dedicated to the qualities leaders must have within the world of Business and Finance, plus the challenges they face.
Chair for the event was Andrew Hill, Management Editor at the Financial Times, and the panelists in discussion at the event were Mark Goyder, Founder & CEO of Tomorrow’s Company, a think-tank that inspires and enables business to be a force for good in society; Chris Hirst, CEO of Havas Europe; Helen Brand, CEO of ACCA; Harriet Green, General Manager of IBM’s Watson Internet of Things and Commerce & Education; and Oliver Rees, Innovation Product Lead at Decoded and Churchill Next Generation leader.
copyright: Tomorrow’s Company
1 December 2015: The Legatum Institute was pleased to host the Churchill 21st Century Leadership Programme and King’s Think Tank for a debate with the Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee, Commander of Joint Forces Command, and foreign policy and media experts, in which the key foreign, security, and political challenges of our time were discussed.
London, 13th October 2015: The Churchill 21st Century Leadership Programme concludes at the iconic Churchill War Rooms with the launch of 16 reports and a panel debate. The panel is introduced by Nigel Hall, Project Director, and chaired by Times columnist Rachel Sylvester.
Highlights from the Churchill 21st Century Statesmanship Global Leaders Programme launch of 16 panel reports.
Introduction: Lord George Robertson
Chair: Rachel Sylvester
Speakers: Sir David King, Ruth Kelly, Michael Clarke, Olly Rees, Fatima Islam
The Next Generation Leaders Panel Debate at the launch of the panel reports from the Global Leadership Programme. The launch took place at the Churchill War Rooms in London on 13 October 2015.
Panel includes: Manveen Rana, Aurelie Buytaert, Emmeline Carr, Georgia Baker, Shreya Das, Olly Rees, Matt Smith, James Everson, Lilidh Matthews, Georgia Snyder, Ben Ryan, and James Dolan.
The Churchill 2015 Global Leadership Programme launched on 3 March at the Churchill War Rooms in London.
Eminent international panels have been established by participant organisations who each ‘own’ a global-strategic theme, and produce a short report. Find out more about the programme, panels, organisations and experts involved here.
Introduction to the Programme
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The Churchill 2015 Leadership Programme launched on 3 March at the Churchill War Rooms in London. Talks were given by Sir Nicholas Soames, Lord George Robertson, Sir Lawrence Freedman, Harriet Green, Sir David King and Kirsty Lang.
The aim of the Global Leadership Programme is to pay fitting tribute to Winston Churchill’s legacy as a world statesman and to put the finger on today’s top-level strategic issues. As Phase One of the Global Leadership Campaign culminated with the thrilling publication of the sixteen-panel reports from international experts on 13th October 2015, we follow the Programme as it moves apace into 2016.
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Phase One of the Global Leadership Programme culminated with the publication of sixteen panel reports by international experts. The reports span geopolitics, business and finance, the sciences, society and faith, and explore the challenges facing leaders today and the skills needed for effective leadership in the modern world.
The reports were launched and debated in front of an audience at the iconic Churchill War Rooms in London. Watch videos of the panel debates below and read coverage across the British media.
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The Møller Centre’s building upgrade and expansion project was officially opened last week by Ms. Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla, Chair of The A.P.Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller Foundation Board, vice-chair of global conglomerate Mærsk and daughter of The Møller Centre’s founder, Mr Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller.
To mark the occasion, senior business leaders from Cambridge and across the UK contributed to a Practical Leadership Symposium in The Møller Centre’s new collaborative learning space. Twenty-six CEOs and senior leaders from UK companies including Adnams, Babraham Bioscience Technologies, Bidwells, Dixons Carphone, Daily Mail and General Trust Plc, EY, Lloyds Bank, Marshall of Cambridge, Mills & Reeve, Red Gate Software, St John’s Innovation Centre, TWI and Xaar took part. The event began with Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla delivering an inspirational keynote explaining the importance of core values in supporting leaders and global organisations to adapt and thrive in the 21st Century.
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