Emmanuel Gobillot

Emmanuel Gobillot

All person care is a whole system concern - presented by Emmanuel Gobillot

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Speaker biography

Described as ‘the first leadership guru for the MySpace generation’ and ‘the freshest voice in leadership today’, Emmanuel has worked with organisations ranging from Astra Zeneca to Zurich Financial Services via Google and The United Nations. For over 15 years, his interventions have focused on creating the capability in organisations to deliver results through world-class leadership.

One of Europe’s most sought after leadership speakers, he is the author of Kogan Page’s UK and US bestseller’ The Connected Leader’, ‘leaderShift’ and ‘Follow the Leader’. His books have established him as one of the foremost thinkers on new leadership models.

Observing the organisations he worked for, he would always come back to one stark conclusion: there must be a better way. There must be a better way’ became his mantra. Tired of repeating it, he decided that he would devote his time to finding that better way. In 2007, he left his role as Director of Leadership Services at Hay Group (where he had occupied the role of Head of Consumer Sector Consulting) to set up his own consulting boutique as a way to concentrate on his writing and speaking career whilst developing best-in-class solutions with world-class clients.

A French National, Emmanuel moved to the UK in 1985. He holds an International Baccalaureate from the United World College of the Atlantic, a Masters of Arts with Honours from St Andrews University and a Diploma in Management Science from Nottingham Trent University.

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