Everything you need to know in 80 minutes (virtual event)

Our virtual events bring the same inspiration, fun and engaging experience the London Business Forum is known for online. You can expect the same mix of great ideas alongside new levels of interaction and engagement, taking full advantage of technology.

  • Learn the secrets of great leadership
  • Take away practical skills to implement immediately
  • Find out how to lead anyone effectively

Leadership is probably the most important skill for success. But what does it mean to lead and how can you learn to be better at it? Eddie Obeng will offer insights into the most effective ways to develop your leadership prowess, regardless of where you are on your current journey.

In an intensely practical session, find out why your actions matter just as much as what you say. We'll ask some age-old questions: How do you lead people who always think they know better than you? How do you lead people so they don't resist? How do you lead older or more experienced colleagues?

Discover how effective leadership can supply the purpose, inspiration and drive to the projects and challenges constantly being thrown at you.

In order to fully participate in this virtual event, you will need a Zoom account, a webcam and microphone. The session will be recorded but will be available only to those who have booked a place on the webinar.

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Eddie Obeng

Professor Eddie Obeng shows executives how they can keep up with a rapidly changing business and social environment. He is the founder of the world’s first virtual business school, Pentacle, and the creator of a 3D learning environment called QUBE, both of which help managers adapt to change and operate under these challenging circumstances. Eddie is also a professor at the School of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Henley Business School. He is the author of ten books, which focus on business strategy, adapting for change, leadership, innovation and organisation. They have been described by the Financial Times as "an antidote to the dryness of much managerial theorizing.” Eddie is renowned for his charismatic stage presence and ability to inject inspiration (by the armful) into his audiences.