IIBN London FLP Event with Richard Cross
by Alison Myles
Date(s) - 08/11/2017
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Winners @work: FLP Workshop on 8th November from 6-730pm followed by drinks and networking. Venue TBC.
Winners @work: Why the entrepreneurial edge matters in identifying, developing and mentoring elite talent. What can you do to maximise your own talent. Lessons from the champions.
What does World Class Talent look like and how is it best identified and deployed? Do you have what it takes to get to the top? How can mentors make the difference? Richard Cross has conducted a unique benchmarking exercise examining personality and talent at work. This presentation explores what winners at work from international rugby players, Olympians and world champions to elite performers elsewhere such as head coaches, global CEOs, CIO’s award winning entrepreneurs have in common….and where they differ. The findings reveal the impact of personality at work including the basics of elite performance as well as the pivotal, game changing value of the entrepreneurial edge in leadership roles.
There are fundamental lessons that any individual and mentor can learn from benchmarking with ‘champions’ particularly head coaches. Using the benchmark data participants will be able to compare themselves to the best, reflect on priority areas for their own development and make their own luck.
IIBN is delighted that Richard Cross has agreed to run this workshop for us. Richard is a behavioural scientist combining international expertise in Talent Management and Organizational Change having recruited, assessed, or coached senior leaders and consulted with world class organisations in over 30 countries.
A pioneer in the deployment of psychometric tests in Xerox (UK), as Human Resource Manager for the Emerging Markets he was responsible for the leadership, recruitment, sales and management development/succession strategy for Modi Xerox, an early game changing Joint Venture in India and the market leading Xerox expansion into Eastern Europe and Russia during the Gorbachev era. In 1992 as Business Excellence Manager he played an instrumental role in preparing Xerox to win the first ever European Quality Award. Then at Xerox Global Services he provided organisation change services to clients in China, Egypt, Germany, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Scandinavia, Taiwan, USA, and Turkey.
Guest author, Talent by Peter Saville, he has subsequently undertaken further psychometric research comparing the talents of elite performers such as World Champions, Olympians, and international rugby players to head coaches, entrepreneurs, and high profile ‘changemaker’ CEO’s.
He speaks French, German and some Farsi.
Space is limited so be sure to book today HERE.
01 Aug 2018 - General