14th September 2011  Central London

The Courage to Lead: Authentic Leadership and Business Ethics

A sustainable future built on trust

Keynote speakers

Pauline Wiseman, General Manager, European Human Resources, Honda Motors

Philippa Foster-Back, Director, Institute of Business Ethics

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts

This is an unparalleled opportunity to hear senior leaders from business, the military and the public sector share their thoughts on leadership, and whether pro-social, ethically driven Authentic Leadership can lead us through the challenges facing us today and the role that courage plays.

Measure your own AL Quotient and map your own Authentic Leadership Development Plan.

Interested?  Then join us and our impressive array of speakers and explore how the new Authentic Leadership 360 can support your own Authentic Leadership development. Download the booking form to reserve your place. Download the final programme, bookmark this page or subscribe to our blog alerts to let you know when the site has been updated. If you would like to know more about the new Authentic Leadership 360 click here on ALQ 360 .

To reserve your place at the Conference please e-mail julia.miller@cognitivefitness.co.uk or call her on 07713 621672. If you are interested in Authentic Leadership Fiona Beddoes-Jones regularly updates her Authentic Leadership blog.  We also host the Authentic Leadership forum which explores ethical dilemmas and issues around the development and practise of Authentic Leadership. Conference sponsored by: Visit their web site: www.consultingtools.com


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