The Dimensions of Leadership webinar series
In 2018, The Institute of Leadership & Management is launching The Dimensions of Leadership Webinar Series, 49 webinars based on our five dimensions of great leadership: Ownership, Achievement, Collaboration and Vision, with Authenticity at its heart. Each of the 49 webinars focuses on one of the components of each dimension, highlighting essential learning to assist your leadership development.
Each webinar is FREE to join and lasts 30 minutes, making leadership development accessible for everyone.
The second dimension in this amazing series is Vision.
Visionary leaders inspire those around them. Inspirational leaders are those who marshal their strengths to motivate and engage their teams and empower them to deliver higher performance.
John Gavin is founder and executive chairman of internationally successful sales and marketing consultancy G4h Ltd, and founder and director of MobeRec Ltd, systems integration (SI) company for the legal, professional and financial services sectors.
Always the pragmatic entrepreneur, John also founded sales training and development business Sterling Chase, of which he was chairman until 2016.
John’s professional training in accountancy and finance, combined with his considerable experience in the global IT, telecommunications and SI sectors has made his unique expertise much sought-after. As such, he holds a number of other board positions with technology start-ups, as well as with Magnasoft Europe Ltd, a global leader in geospatial mapping and building information modelling (BIM) services.
In addition to his considerable business interests he holds a number of other pro-bono and charitable positions including Bargemaster and Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists; Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of World Traders; chairman of The Institute of Leadership & Management, director of the Great River Race; visiting professor to the Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law and member of the Wild Fowl and Wetlands Trust.