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London Bravest Conference 2019

Speakers include a war surgeon, whistle blowers, activists, a former teacher and more

Science Museum, November 6, 08:30 am

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Our biggest and best event of the year is back again at London's Science Museum for the third year in a row. We promise you an extraordinary day of life-changing talks that will inspire and empower both you and your teams, all in the company of the best gathering of global marketers.

So join us for a fresh perspective, discover new ideas and connect with 400 other people just like you. Our 2018 conference was completely sold out so, make sure you don't miss this one.

You can catch up on last year's sessions from around the world on our Youtube channel or listen to the audio on Soundcloud.


HOST

From Brave to Braver to Bravest - this year's conference will be hosted by TV Presenter and Disability Rights Activist, Sophie Morgan.

Sophie is the ultimate agent for change, she fronts Channel 4’s live coverage of all para-sport whilst making award-winning consumer and current affairs documentaries. She is an ambassador for several international brands, a patron of disability and human rights charities and is a consultant for several major retailers working to improve disability inclusion. She is also currently embarking on one of her goals, to be the first disabled woman to cross the world on a motorbike. 


SESSIONS

Bravery in British business - what it means right now 

John Allan CBE
President CBI, Chairman Tesco
John will chair a session on the challenges faced by businesses with some of the most powerful leaders in the country - those at the forefront who can, and do, affect change. 
Alison Rose
Deputy Chief Executive, NatWest Holdings and Chief Executive Commercial and Private Banking, RBS
One of the most senior women in the City, Alison is regarded as the frontrunner within the Royal Bank of Scotland to succeed the chief executive, Ross McEwan, when he departs within the next 12 months.

How does pausing help you go faster and further

Robert Poynton
Coach, Author and Creative Business Thinker
A designer of learning experiences for big brand clients, Robert Poynton will share his thoughts on the surprising and counter-intuitive value of pausing if you want to go faster and further.

How do you bring your best self to work and empower your teams to love what they do?

Dan Cable PhD
Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School

Ranked as one of the world’s top influential management scholars, Dan will reveal how to create psychological safety nets to enable bravery in all its forms - day to day, personal, in teams and across functions.

Extraordinary stories of bravery from a surgeon on the front-line

Sir David Nott OBE
Surgeon, Founder and Chairman, The David Nott Foundation
David has spent years working in war zones putting his life in danger to save others. A truly selfless man, David will share insights on how to motivate others in the most difficult of situations. 

What keeps you going when you’ve reached your limit?

Drew Povey
Change Management Geek and Former Headteacher 

How do you turn around the “worst school in the country”?  When the spark fizzles out of your great new plan how do you keep people motivated? Drew has been there and back and will share stories that will hearten and inspire you.

How to call out bad behaviour in your organisation

Helen Evans
Oxfam GB Whistleblower
Until 2015 Helen was Global Head of Safeguarding at Oxfam GB.  In 2018 she spoke publicly about sexual exploitation and abuse at Oxfam GB, precipitating a government inquiry and Charity Commission investigation.

Being brave enough to speak up and stop harm through whistleblowing

Francesca West
Chief Executive Protect
Heading the whistleblowing charity that offers free, confidential legal advice that protects workers’ and organisations rights, Francesca will explain why whistleblowing is necessary and good for organisations and society at large.

What can military training teach you about courage and leadership?

Victoria Gosling OBE
Chief Executive British Ski and Snowboard 
After 21 years in the Royal Air Force, and running Prince Harry’s Invictus Games, Vicky understands more than most the power of teamwork and will reveal how to achieve success through mission-oriented, focused behaviour.


The current price for a member is £750+VAT or a member and a guest is £1300+VAT. Book below or email the team at [email protected]

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Speakers

Alison Rose

Deputy CEO, NatWest Holdings and Chief Executive Commercial, RBS

Gemma Greaves

Chief Executive, The Marketing Society

Sophie Morgan

TV Presenter and Disability Rights Activist

Vicky Gosling OBE

Chief Executive, British Ski and Snowboard

David Nott OBE

Surgeon, Founder and Chairman, The David Nott Foundation

Francesca West

Chief Executive, Protect

Drew Povey

Change Management Geek and Former Headteacher

Dan Cable PhD

Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School

John Allan CBE

President CBI, Chairman, Tesco

Robert Poynton

Coach, Author and Creative Business Thinker

China L’One

Founder & CEO, We Run the World

Helen Evans

Oxfam GB Whistleblower

Gina Miller

Co-Founder of SCM Direct, Transparency and rights campaigner

Billy Monger

British racing driver
Detective Superintendent Tor Garnett at our London Braver Conference 2018

Venue

Science Museum
Exhibition Rd, Kensington, SW7 2DD, United Kingdom
Dress code
Business Dress

Programme

Conference reception - 8.30am

Conference opens - 9am

Conference ends - 3.30pm