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Louise Teboul, from leadership development organisation Common Purpose, will host an interactive workshop on real-life leadership, rather than focusing on theories or models. Focusing on the idea of Leading Beyond Authority – ie working with others where you have no formal authority – Louise will focus on the importance of authenticity, and key traits, that are important in defining your own leadership style. This workshop will help you reflect on, and consider, the skills needed to lead effectively in a world of uncertainty and ambiguity.
Louise Teboul, Common Purpose
Louise runs Common Purpose courses in the Midlands and is also part of the UK senior management team. Common Purpose is an international leadership development organisation, that runs programmes to inspire and equip people to work across boundaries, which enables them to solve complex problems in organizations and in society.
Louise designs and delivers a range of cross-sector, experiential courses each year aimed at emerging leaders and senior leaders.
In 2017, Louise was named in the education section of The Birmingham Post Power 250 list and Common Purpose was shortlisted for “Excellence in People Development” in the Birmingham Chamber Awards. In 2014, Louise won the Outstanding Professional award at the Birmingham Post Business Awards. In 2015 she also won the West Midlands Women’s “Outstanding Leadership” and was shortlisted as “Business Woman of the Year” for the Birmingham Awards 2015.
Her background also involves crisis communications, having spent time working in the oil industry and construction, before moving to consultancy.
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This event is part of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Growth Through People campaign. This week focuses on Growth Through Responsible Leadership. Our Campaign Partner for Growth Through Responsible Leadership Week is the West Midlands Combined Authority.
About our partner:
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is the biggest Combined Authority in the country, still growing and currently covering around four million people.
It was formally established in June 2016 with a remit to gain devolved powers from Westminster to the West Midlands to benefit the region, its residents and businesses.
Andy Street was elected as the region’s first Mayor in May last year.
Through collaborative working, across a range of sectors, the WMCA aims to deliver more jobs, enhanced and targeted skills training, increased housing and better connectivity, bringing inclusive growth to all of the region’s communities.