Organiser: Willmott Dixon
Location: HOME, First Street, Manchester
How to power your business with emotionally connected people
If you connect with people on an emotional level your business will perform better.
Spend a day with us – and a panel of highly acclaimed speakers – exploring how and why being more ‘human’ in the way you do business makes sense.
Adopting this positive behaviour driven philosophy with your people, your customers and your supplier’s increases performance and profit as well as making business more enjoyable!
Willmott Dixon is inviting property professionals from across the North West to join us for this free, inspirational and memorable event in the exciting surroundings of Manchester’s centre of contemporary arts, HOME.
Following the major success of last year’s event, our second Developing Leaders conference promises to be another unmissable business event out of the ordinary.
This full-day event is aimed at giving you ideas, inspiration and actions for improving your business, as well as providing quality networking with leaders in the region.
Will Greenwood MBE
The second highest try scorer in English rugby history, who helped power England to a glorious victory at the Rugby World Cup in 2003.
He’s a regular match day presenter and fronts the hugely popular ‘School of Hard Knocks’, giving young people at risk the chance to train, grow and shine through sport.
With a background in economics and as a former City trader with HSBC, he will give real insight about the synergies between team sports and business.
With a wealth of people experience, stretching across a number of major organisations including HR Director for the BBC, Lucy now helps business leaders to do things differently. Lucy is an expert in leading through change and bringing back the human side of HR.
Lucy will talk about some of the biggest challenges facing leaders today and inspire with her blend of cutting edge ideas, practical tips and personal experiences.
Chris Brindley MBE
A prominent UK business leader, Chris is chairman of GreaterSport Manchester, a registered charity aiming to change lives through Physical Activity and Sport in Greater Manchester.
Chris was formerly the managing director of Metro Bank and is a leading authority on employee engagement and customer experience. He has worked with Olympic athletes, and uses sport as the learning model to inspire success within business.
Chris brings his subject to life with real examples and refreshing dynamism which encourage action and involvement.
There will be plenty of networking opportunities, to share ideas and meet senior property and business professionals. Refreshments and lunch will be included.