Chris Roebuck Keynote ‘Compassion via Success’ to 300 leaders of the Irish Health Service

6th Mar 2019
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His unique experience has enabled Chris to develop an innovative, entrepreneurial and highly effective new approach for leaders and organisations to achieve success: I CARE Leadership. Chris shows how simple, practical day to day actions can be taken to quickly deliver real improvements at all levels; individual, team and organisation. Those attending can then immediately make a real difference implementing simple actions based on their own experience.

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For example, one organisation who implemented I CARE Leadership increased the number of staff happy to recommend it as “a great place to work” to friends or family in 2 years from 40% to 82%, and increased revenue by 40%. His first book on leadership published in 2000 took this approach and was translated into 11 languages as a result.

When Global Head of Leadership at UBS, 70,000 staff & 100 countries, his team helped the bank transform organisational performance to increase profitability by 235%, market capitalisation by 50% and win awards. Now a Harvard Case Study.

See his opening keynote below on ‘Compassion via success’ a keynote to 300 leaders of the Irish Health Service.

More about Chris Roebuck Speaker

Chris Roebuck Speaker has a unique experience and approach that helps leaders, teams and organisations understand how they can reach their full potential and be successful in just two steps. His innovative and inspiring approach shows everyone that they already know what delivers success but just don’t recognise it. Once they do by using simple actions they can quickly transform performance. This adds investor value, serves customers better, builds the brand and boosts the bottom line by 10% + at no cost and even supports effective risk management and cost-efficiency.

To develop this new approach to success Chris Roebuck has unique experience which has been built up over 35 years during which he has been successful :

Corporate leader: Developing leaders and leadership in major global organisations and SMEs to enable both personal and organisational success. Eg. His work in UBS as Global Head of Talent & Leadership is part of a Harvard Case Study.

• Governmental leader: Working in Government and public sectors on major change and leadership projects from UK National Health Service and Local Government to London Underground PFI.

• Thought leader: being regularly on the list of HR Most Influential Thinkers and Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Bayes Business School in London researching what delivers success.

Military leader: Serving as a military officer leading and inspiring people in challenging environments via a “serve to lead” ethos.

• Executive coach and mentor: helping senior executives be more successful across a range of different sectors.

To book Chris Roebuck speaker for your event contact Jane Farnham on 0044 1753 439 289 bookings@greatbritishtalent.com

See his opening keynote below on ‘Compassion via success’ a keynote to 300 leaders of the Irish Health Service.

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