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Churchill Leadership Fellows – Young leaders programme

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The Financial Times published (16/10/15) a four-page feature and video interview showcasing seven of 24 young leaders taking part in the Møller Institute’s innovative Churchill Leadership Fellows programme — a unique next generation leaders development programme aimed to equip young leaders with the skills to be tomorrow’s game-changers.

We have a strong track record of designing and delivering leadership development programmes for aspiring leaders and Patron of this programme is Sir Clive Woodward.

The leadership programme was delivered in three modules in partnership with Learn to Lead, the UK’s principal provider of leadership development for young people, the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst and the British Council. It will addresses issues that were close to Churchill’s heart — future generations and leadership.

Emerging and experienced leaders discuss the future of leadership with Andrew Hill, answering questions such as:

  • Can today’s leaders be like Churchill?
  • Can people still lead like Churchill did?
  • How does social media change today’s leaders?
  • Is leadership about a title or network?

El Pais (the highest-circulation daily newspaper in Spain) also featured the Churchill Leadership Fellows programme

For more information on the Churchill Leadership Fellows programme, visit Learn to Lead’s website.