LTPrevious conferences

You will find given below details of some of the previous conferences held here at The Leadership Trust, with the most recent shown first.
For further information, or to find out more about other conferences held in earlier years, please contact us.

2nd International Worldly Leadership Summit was held on 6 and 7 September 2010

The theme of this years Summit was "Building a leadership ethic of responsibility and conviction - connecting Business, Civil Society, Education and Indigenous Communities across the globe toward a shared agenda for ethical, transformative and connected leadership for the benefit of humanity across our world."

Learn more about the Worldly Leadership Initiative and follow the outcomes of the Summit by visiting our dedicated website.

2nd Developing leadership capacity conference was held on 15 and 16 July 2010

The Centre for Applied Leadership Research, jointly with the University of the West of England, held the conference “Developing Leadership Capacity” at The University of the West of England.
The conference was aimed to develop and strengthen the discipline of leadership development and the community of practice amongst leadership development researchers, academics and practitioners.
More information is available from The University of the West of England.

Global leadership: values and beliefs was held on 23 and 24 September 2008.

The conference kicked off with a reference to the current turmoil facing the world economy, and closer to home, our banking institutions. Conference chair Nicholas Witchell said that strong effective leadership could never be more in need.

Featuring Professor John Adair and his unique insight into leadership from so many perspectives; Fenella Tyler Chairman of the National Association of Cider Makers and Simon Walker of ‘Talentsmoothie’.Generation Y (“Gen Y”).

Leadership: The challenges we face was held on 18 and 19 September 2007.

The theme explored the requirements of the next generation of business leaders, discussing movement in employee motivation, customer expectations and connecting with “your” community.

Among the speakers were Dr Patrick Dixon, Jonathan Parry and Meredyyd Hughes, Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police.