Chris Roebuck

Across the world millions of people aren’t inspired at work or given the opportunity to give their best and fulfill their potential because they have ineffective leaders. Many leaders aspire to be the best they can be but have never been given the tools to achieve that. Having an ineffective leader impacts on everyone, on their families, on their organization and the wider society through a waste of the potential to achieve more.

A few simple actions by these leaders would transform the working lives of those they lead for the better, enhance their team’s family lives, help their organizations succeed and deliver economic growth for their community. This book sets out on a mission to help leaders who wish to enable that transformation become reality and join the best of the global leadership community.

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About the Author

Chris is Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School in London and advises major global organizations on improving performance through their people. The UK National Health Service and Government, top legal firms, the Red Cross in Myanmar and investment banks in London have all relied on his expertise.

He has held senior leadership roles at UBS, HSBC, KPMG, and London Underground and has served in the British Army.

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