What does it take to be a great leader?
We believe everyone has at least one superpower which makes them stand out from the crowd. At this year’s Inspire Live we'll hear from a mix of fantastic leaders throughout the day-long event, who will share their superpowers, from resilience and mindfulness to trust and purpose.
Inspire Live 2017 tickets are now on sale - for a limited time, get your Super Early Bird tickets half price!
Speakers confirmed so far include:
Cate Murden - Founder of PUSH Mind and Body
Robert Phillips - Co founder of Jericho Chambers. Author of Trust Me, PR is Dead
Sophie Howarth - Founder of Department Store for the Mind
Martin Lee - Owner of Acacia Avenue
Rosie Brown - Managing Director at COOK
What is Inspire Live?
Our mission at Inspire is learning that’s good for everyone. We’re a charity, run by a group of 20 volunteers, and across the year run a series of coaching breakfasts, leadership lectures and our flagship event Inspire Live.
100% of the money we raise is donated to support 18-24 apprentices who are not currently in work, education or training. The Marketing Academy’s Apprenticeship programme is run in partnership with The Prince’s Trust and over the past couple of years we’ve raised around £60k for the apprentices.
2017 is our 4th annual Inspire Live event; a chance for 200 leaders be inspired by the best our industry has to offer. This year we’re excited to announce we’ll be at the new Google campus at Kings Cross.
What people loved last year
“Amazed at how many speakers and panels can be so outstandingly inspirational”
“Made me challenge my perception of what a leader is and consider how to apply this in my life”
“Genuinely felt inspired again by the industry”
“Themes, content, passion of the speakers and experiences they shared”
“The huge range of inspiring leaders – what a group!”
“Meeting lots of new and different people”
“Taking time out from the daily hamster wheel to just think and reflect”
“Inclusive and easy to network”
“Real actions I can take back to my company”
“Honesty, humility and authenticity of speakers”