AGENDA – Inspire London: The Art of Learning and Leadership



2nd April 2015 | Google Town Hall

08:30     Registration and breakfast

09:00     Welcome

Leading With Constraints: Adam Morgan, author of Eating the Big Fish

Inspiring Leadership: Jean Tomlin OBE, Non-Executive Board Director J Sainsbury PLC

Lead From The Front: Suki Thompson, founder of Oystercatchers interviews Amanda MacKenzie, CMO of Aviva (on loan to Project Everyone) and Glenn Caton, Category Vice President Northern Europe Mondelez International

The Mindful Leader: Cecile Tanmaya George, McKinsey

The Art of Being Brilliant – A Step by Step Guide: Kevin House, Change Specialist

The Talent Revolution: Shuvo Saha, Google

10 Things Leaders Can Learn From Coders: Kathryn Parson, founder Decoded

Millennials Who Love to Learn: panel chaired by Tanya de Grunwald, founder of Graduate Fog with Rob O’Donovon founder of The Eleven, Jenny Dawson founder of Rubies in the Rubble, Jack Graham founder of Year Here, and Rachel Eyre, Chief of Staff Barclays

Why The Best Leaders Love to Learn: Sherilyn Shackell, founder of The Marketing Academy

So You Really Want to Lead? The case for change: Tim Lefroy, Chief Executive of The Advertising Association


There are also 20 fantastic money-can’t-buy mentoring sessions to be won throughout the day with some of the best learning leaders including Cilla Snowball Group Chairman and Group Chief Executive of AMV BBDO, Richard Pierson Co-Founder of Headspace, Paul Davies Communications Director of Microsoft, Sarah Warby Marketing Director of Sainsbury’s and Craig Inglis Marketing Director of John Lewis.


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