Lead to Succeed
A sought after advisor and leading authority on entrepreneurial, engaging, ethical and effective leadership, Prof Roebuck shares his insights and vast experience to give audiences a simple route to rapidly become a member of the elite group of truly effective, inspiring and respected leaders in their organisation, today and in the future. This is achieved via his new approach to leadership–Mach 2–that has been described by a leading Professor of Psychology as a “breakthrough” in thinking and which Harvard Business Review have interviewed him about in Beijing.
His unique approach inspires leaders from around the world with its simplicity and effectiveness. He uses the leaders’ own experiences, combined with his approach, to show how “world-class” performance is possible, and how this can deliver improvement in not only performance, but also in customer service, managing risk, innovation, managing change, cost efficiency, and the handling of other critical challenges.
Chris presents his secrets for success to audiences small and large, including to groups of 1,000+ people, from CERN, NASA, science and business, and at global “thought leaders’” forums.
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5 Actions for Assured Success: New Keynote and Masterclass with Chris Roebuck
Recently at the HR 360 conference in Vienna, Chris Roebuck presented a new 5 point plan to unleash the real potential of organizations through their people. This provided the HR Directors present not with general theories, but with a specific and simple proposal to put to CEOs, CFOs and other senior leaders together with a 5 point action plan to make it work. This 5 point plan can be implemented by any organization, anywhere, at virtually no cost and is proven to deliver significant benefits. His talk was very well received by audience members.Watch a video of Chris Roebuck's Presentation at HR 360 2017 >>
Chris Roebuck presents a Case Study, I Care Leadership: From Keynote to Wider Success.
The approach of delivering an inspirational keynote that then encourages organisations to make the key ideas a reality back at work significantly increases the perceived value of the initial event and the return on investment for attending it. Chris Roebuck now offers a number of examples where this has worked extremely well : conference keynote, invitation to address leadership team, adoption of I CARE principles, masterclasses for leaders in organisation, work with HR and change champions.Take a look at this case study > >
Chris Roebuck is Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School in London and advises major global organisations on improving performance through their people. The UK National Health Service, top legal firms, global investment banks and even the Red Cross in Myanmar have all relied on his expertise. He has held senior leadership roles at UBS, HSBC, KPMG & London Underground and has served in the British Army.
Prof Roebuck takes a new, cutting edge and innovative approach to leadership demonstrating how it is possible to build a more profitable and successful organisation by taking an engaging, entrepreneurial and ethical leadership approach rather than by just focusing on profit alone.
His new book Lead to Succeed, published in May 2014 is now being sold globally and has been described as ‘truly great,’ ‘a breakthrough,’ an ‘inspiring must read,’ ‘a masterful guidebook,’ ‘a great guide to success,’ and ‘an excellent insight.’ For more information on Prof. Roebuck’s new book, visit www.leadtosucceed.me. 20% of the net profits of the book are donated to the Red Cross.
Prof. Roebuck is regularly ranked one of the top 20 most influential HR thinkers. He speaks globally to Chief Executives, FDs, HRDs and NEDs on maximising organisational performance via entrepreneurial leadership. He is a sought after and consistently highly ranked speaker, engaging with audiences and senior leaders from investment banks, charities, law firms, the Chinese Space Programme, and many more. He has presented his work in Beijing, Shanghai, the USA, the UK, Moscow, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Athens, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Zurich, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong.
Chris has been quoted globally as a leadership expert in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, New York Times, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, Time Magazine, Washington Post, Times of India, Straits Times, Gulf Times and more than 30 other titles. He has been interviewed more than 220 times globally on leadership issues and events by BBC channels, Sky, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, Russian TV, ITV, CNBC, CNN and Asian News Channel to a total estimated audience of over eight billion.