“Is there such a thing as a perfect CV?
Probably not, but in terms of the quality and profile of companies worked for, jobs done, education and achievement,
Hamish Taylor’s takes some beating.”
Hamish Taylor is an award winning CEO and now an inspirational speaker/broadcaster whose career has taken him from international consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble, consultancy firm Price Waterhouse and British Airways to become CEO of the channel tunnel railway Eurostar, and then Sainsbury’s Bank…all before he was 40!
In all cases he left behind a record of significant business growth triggered by a willingness to challenge the normal way of doing things – so much so that his advice and assistance is now sought by organisations all over the world in many different industries. The Inspired Leaders Network gave him the title MasterThief based on his record of transferring ideas between sectors.
Hamish’s energetic, thought provoking and humorous keynotes are based on a rare combination of real stories and a fantastic ability to inspire audiences with tailored advice and practical tools.
Regularly featured in broadcast media, today Hamish acts as an adviser to some of the world’s largest companies (and even Governments) assisting with innovation projects, customer focus and/or people leadership.
Hamish’ keynotes will demonstrate the major breakthroughs that can be achieved by changing your approach. Three keynote topics are illustrated below, however his message can be tailored to a variety of topics and levels within an organisation:
- Customer Promise:- Lessons in putting the customer at the heart of all activities within your organisation or department.
- MasterThief:- Lessons on driving innovation and change by stealing ideas from outside.
- Reverse Football:- Lessons in making sure you take the organisation with you.
The critical element of any sprint relay is the handover. The quality of the exchange of the baton between any two runners can determine success or failure. It is not good enough to have four fast sprinters in your team, you also must create efficient handovers.