- only 17% of the UK’s working population answer “Yes” to the question “Are you engaged at work?”- 10 million people say they are “actively disengaged,” unhappy and unproductive at work and liable for spreading that negativity to co-workers
- the majority of large corporations fail to achieve even modest growth in sales and revenue, despite having detailed strategic plans with much higher targets
The answer is BAD LEADERSHIP!
Today we know more about what motivates us, connects us to our work and inspires us than ever before, still this knowledge is not used to motivate yourself, your co-workers and employees to do a better job through positive and inspiring leadership.
This seminar with Mark Manley, leadership coach at Gaia Leadership, will unveil the difficulties in how we currently approach leadership, but also explore ideas and opportunities for you to discover new ways to release your true potential and become the leader you want to be.
Date: 21 March
Time: 6.30 - 7pm Registration and mingle
7 - 8pm Talk by Leadership Coach Mark Manley
8 - 8.30pm Time for discussions and mingle with drinks and snacks
Venue: Hult International Business School,
37-38 John Street, London WC1N 2AT
Price: Free for YP members.
Please note that the number of seats is very limited and that the event is for YP Members only.
About Mark Manley and Gaia Leadership:
Mark is a Leadership Consultant with over 30 years experience of working as a leader and working with leaders in businesses big and small. He believes there is a way for us to take far more control of our lives, to experience real inner growth and at the same time achieve outstanding business results and growth too.
Gaia Leadership is a global consultancy, working with leadership and business development and supporting organisations and individuals to achieve results on a new level. Gaia Leadership’s purpose is to liberate the leader in everyone and thereby fundamentally change the perception of leadership and of man in the world. Only then can individuals and organisations earn their true value.
The YP would like to thank Mark Manley and Gaia Leadership for providing content to this seminar, and Hult International Business School for co-hosting with a venue.