Ian Windle | Vistage UK
Speaker Bio

Ian Windle

Ian has worked as a Consultant, Facilitator, Speaker and Coach in the areas of Leadership, Culture change and Communication since 1994, in both the private and public sectors. He has facilitated workshops, spoken at conferences and led programmes in Europe, US and Asia.

Since 2006, when Ian set up LiveChange, his work has focused on developing leaders. Ian designs and delivers a range of management development and leadership programmes tailored for all levels of management within his client’s organisation.

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Ian joined Vistage as a Group Chairman in May 2012. He works with three groups of Chief Executives and business owners, based around the Thames Valley and Surrey. This involves coaching and facilitating in a supportive environment to help solve their challenges, evaluate their opportunities and grow their leadership skills. Ian’s first career saw him travel the world with the Foreign Office where he worked in a variety of political assignments before he began to specialise in consultancy and HR. Ian then joined Celemi International where he was Head of their global Learning Consulting Business and Managing Director of their UK office for over nine years.

He has an MBA from Henley Management College, where he specialised in Strategic Marketing, a Diploma in Marketing, is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development and is a Belbin Team Roles accredited facilitator.

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The Leadership Map Part 2: Rational Leadership

This interactive workshop provides an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the five leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders need to do exceptionally well to create and execute their strategy.

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The Leadership Map Part 2: Rational Leadership

Overview:

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the five leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders need to do exceptionally well to create and execute their strategy: Rational Leadership.

Each part of the workshop is delivered through theory and context, best practice examples, relevant stories from the speaker’s own experience and finally discussion and personal actions plans.

Each participant is provided with a personal A3 fold out with details of each of the five elements of Rational Leadership. During the workshop they will score their own leadership understanding and performance in each area and develop actions to take away.

Outline:

The Leadership Map is explained through an overview of the three key areas of leading a business: Belief and Behaviour, Planning and Execution and Challenge and Support.

Each of the five areas of Rational leadership are then covered in detail:

A) Creating your Strategy

B) Having the right Organisational Structure

C) Developing your Strategic Priorities

D) Measuring your Success

E) Executing through your Meeting Rhythm

Outcomes:

When looking at the five areas of Rational Leadership, it is clear that each area could easily fill a workshop on its own, however, it is also clear that participants will each score differently on the five areas. The workshop is designed therefore, to provide everyone with enough detail and best practice examples to score their individual performance, and then to develop personalised action plans to improve their leadership and hence the performance of their business.

Added August 2018.

The Leadership Map Part 1: Emotional Leadership

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, then focuses on the eight leadership practices that business leaders should be spending most of their time on: Emotional Leadership.

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The Leadership Map Part 1: Emotional Leadership

Overview

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the eight leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders should be spending most of their time on: Emotional Leadership.

Each part of the workshop is delivered through theory and context, best practice examples, relevant stories from the speaker’s own experience and finally discussion and personal actions plans.

Each participant is provided with a personal A3 fold out with details of each of the eight elements of Emotional Leadership. During the workshop they will score their own leadership performance in each area and develop actions to take away.

Outline

The Leadership Map is explained through an overview of the three key areas of leading a business: Belief and Behaviour, Planning and Execution and Challenging and Supporting.

Each of the eight areas of Emotional leadership are then covered in detail:

    a) Live your Purpose
    b) Inspire a Shared Vision
    c) Modelling the Way: Values
    d) Challenge the Status Quo
    e) Lead Change
    f) Develop High Performing Teams
    g) Encourage the Heart
    h) Show Grit

Outcomes

When looking at the eight areas of Emotional Leadership, it is clear that each area could easily fill a workshop on its own, however, it is also clear that participants will each score differently on the eight areas. The workshop is designed therefore, to provide everyone with enough detail and best practice examples to score their individual performance, and then to develop personalised action plans to improve their leadership and hence the performance of their business.

Added August 2017.

The Leadership Map Part 2: Rational Leadership

This interactive workshop provides an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the five leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders need to do exceptionally well to create and execute their strategy.

Read more

The Leadership Map Part 2: Rational Leadership

Overview:

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the five leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders need to do exceptionally well to create and execute their strategy: Rational Leadership.

Each part of the workshop is delivered through theory and context, best practice examples, relevant stories from the speaker’s own experience and finally discussion and personal actions plans.

Each participant is provided with a personal A3 fold out with details of each of the five elements of Rational Leadership. During the workshop they will score their own leadership understanding and performance in each area and develop actions to take away.

Outline:

The Leadership Map is explained through an overview of the three key areas of leading a business: Belief and Behaviour, Planning and Execution and Challenge and Support.

Each of the five areas of Rational leadership are then covered in detail:

A) Creating your Strategy

B) Having the right Organisational Structure

C) Developing your Strategic Priorities

D) Measuring your Success

E) Executing through your Meeting Rhythm

Outcomes:

When looking at the five areas of Rational Leadership, it is clear that each area could easily fill a workshop on its own, however, it is also clear that participants will each score differently on the five areas. The workshop is designed therefore, to provide everyone with enough detail and best practice examples to score their individual performance, and then to develop personalised action plans to improve their leadership and hence the performance of their business.

Added August 2018.

The Leadership Map Part 1: Emotional Leadership

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, then focuses on the eight leadership practices that business leaders should be spending most of their time on: Emotional Leadership.

Read more

The Leadership Map Part 1: Emotional Leadership

Overview

This interactive and engaging workshop provides participants with an overview of all the key elements of leadership, in an easily digestible form (the Leadership Map), before focusing on the eight leadership practices that CEOs and business leaders should be spending most of their time on: Emotional Leadership.

Each part of the workshop is delivered through theory and context, best practice examples, relevant stories from the speaker’s own experience and finally discussion and personal actions plans.

Each participant is provided with a personal A3 fold out with details of each of the eight elements of Emotional Leadership. During the workshop they will score their own leadership performance in each area and develop actions to take away.

Outline

The Leadership Map is explained through an overview of the three key areas of leading a business: Belief and Behaviour, Planning and Execution and Challenging and Supporting.

Each of the eight areas of Emotional leadership are then covered in detail:

    a) Live your Purpose
    b) Inspire a Shared Vision
    c) Modelling the Way: Values
    d) Challenge the Status Quo
    e) Lead Change
    f) Develop High Performing Teams
    g) Encourage the Heart
    h) Show Grit

Outcomes

When looking at the eight areas of Emotional Leadership, it is clear that each area could easily fill a workshop on its own, however, it is also clear that participants will each score differently on the eight areas. The workshop is designed therefore, to provide everyone with enough detail and best practice examples to score their individual performance, and then to develop personalised action plans to improve their leadership and hence the performance of their business.

Added August 2017.

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