Future Leaders Network
Following on from their highly successful first event, The Authentic Leader, in June 2019 as part of Humber Biz Week, this event is brought to you by Future Leaders team from Hull University Business school, in partnership with the Humber IoD, Marketing Humber delivered by the Bondholders.
Future Leaders Network talks are designed to be inspired and informed, share leadership stories, meet new contacts and grow your network. The event is for Executives and Functional Managers who are two or three levels from C-Suite positions looking to make a leadership transition.
Living Your Personal Leadership Philosophy with Tim Cain, MBE
What is it that engages people to perform beyond expectations and achieve more than they thought possible? Values Based Leading influences people’s thoughts, feelings and behaviour and results in a climate of continuous improvement and mental well-being. The purpose of the session is to share some practical insights, to help you develop your personal leadership philosophy.
3 Reasons to attend:
- Leadership is something we all do every day – gain some insights to help you lead better.
- Your values drive your behaviour. Knowledge of how this occurs will raise your self-awareness.
- Better leadership leads to enhanced well-being.
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Tim Cain has rare combination of applied and ‘on the ground’ leadership expertise. He served as a British Army Infantry Officer for over twenty eight years on operations around the world, his professional specialisation is as a trainer and training development manager for which he was awarded the M.B.E. He has reinforced his practical experience through continued academic personal development leading to the award of an MPhil in Transformational Leadership and high performance; He is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management. Now the Director of Tim Cain Leadership Ltd, he is a highly motivated training professional with a passion for leadership mentoring, helping others to maximise their own leadership potential and that of their people.
25 September 2019
08:30 – 10:30