LTPress releases

Rob Noble, Chief Executive of the world-renowned Leadership development organisation, The Leadership Trust, has argued that a great leader – or even a good leader – is not influenced to any great degree by the content they read in books or online, but they will tend to have above average communication skills. Commenting on a recent article by Forbes entitled: “The Content You Read Shapes How You Lead”, Noble believes there are too many other contributing factors when it comes to shaping how we lead others. continue reading…

6th December 2013  - As the world mourns the passing of Nelson Mandela, Rob Noble, Chief Executive of The Leadership Trust, an organisation renowned for its development of leaders, leadership and management, and research into the topics, says that Mandela’s enduring legacy is one of fairness and the most profound personal humility, whilst adhering to an unwavering moral compass and remaining true to a vision.

Where are Tomorrow's leaders? Survey reveals a reluctance by the new generation in wanting to take up a leader's role.

22nd August 2012 - GB Women's Hockey win Bronze

20th December 2012 - Planning Permission Document

PUBLIC CONSULTATION: AN UPDATE TO DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS

Following a consultation exercise undertaken by The Leadership Trust in the Summer of 2012, the comments received from the local community have been considered and the proposals have been amended.

The applicant has also now undertaken the necessary technical studies, including ecology, transport, noise and drainage. These studies support and inform a forthcoming outline planning application for a mixed use scheme (employment and residential).