Soulful Leaders Journey – Online
Soulful Leaders Journey is for senior leaders from the business, charity and not for profit worlds.
An invitation to explore the landscape of leadership over the next three months – August & September.
We will be providing a weekly soulful practice and curated content around the themes that developed in our recent conference. We will be meeting monthly for some input, practice and to work together on the practicalities and complexities of the leadership task we have been given.
We aim to see a community of senior leaders develop:
- Sharing a pattern of practice
- Grounded in real issues and practical application
- Curating key resources to help
- Being practical and robust in our application
- Developing a sense of accountability/support
- Helping detoxify some of the unsoulful traits that are a hindrance
Each monthly gathering will be facilitated by two of the Soulful Leadership team and will meet Friday mornings 10 – 11.30am
14 Aug – Getting Free from Toxic – Traits – Led by John Casson & Roger Preece
11 Sep – Creating a Soulful Future – Led by Julia Ogilvy & Andrew Rodgers
Price £95 for all 2 sessions.
John Casson, CMG was British Ambassador in Egypt from 2014 to 2018, where he led one of the biggest ever evacuations of British nationals and pioneered people-centred diplomacy with a huge social media following. From 2010 to 2014, John served in 10 Downing Street as foreign policy adviser to the Prime Minister, at David Cameron’s side through all his world leader meetings, EU summits, and the wars in Libya, Syria and Afghanistan. John has also worked in Kenya, Washington, Brussels HM Treasury and the Home Office. He is an Associate Fellow at Chatham House, a trustee of the Rose Castle Foundation for international reconciliation, and a commentator on foreign policy, leadership and the inner life.
Julia Ogilvy is an experienced and award-winning business leader and social entrepreneur with a passion for social justice. She has been on the board of more than 20 organisations including Lloyds TSB Scotland, the University of St Andrews, Tearfund and Project Scotland and was an advisor to Gordon Brown on social action projects.
She was ordained as an elder in the Church of Scotland and has written two books, Turning Points and Women in Waiting. Julia graduated from Harvard Divinity School (HDS) in 2018 with a Masters in Theological Studies and trained in hospital chaplaincy in Boston. She co-founded an Executive Education programme called Making Change at Harvard University (HDS) and has been a facilitator at a number of retreats and conferences.
The Venerable Roger Preece
Roger is an experienced coach to business leaders helping with both personal and organisational development. He was previously a founding partner of Capco, the global financial markets solutions company. Prior to this, he was Chief Operating Officer at Sumitomo’s global investment bank with operations in New York, Hong Kong, London and Tokyo. He started his consulting career at Accenture.
He is currently Master of the Royal Foundation of St Katharine, which is an ancient charity that currently works with national and international charities, providing space for them to do creative work. He has been chair of a hospice, and on the board of a Multi Academy Trust. As an Archdeacon in the Church of England he has supported over 50 churches in their work across the North West of England.
Andrew Rodgers is the founder of re-envisage, a consultancy specialising in helping leadership teams connect, reflect and thrive. Prior to re-envisage Andrew had a 21 year career with HSBC where he held a number of roles ranging from country and regional management within the insurance business, global account management, through to sustainability and wellbeing directorship where he developed and facilitated leadership programmes. He has worked across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas with global and country management teams, as well as specialist teams of actuaries, lawyers and accountants to re-envisage healthy effective leadership culture. Andrew is an AoEC qualified Executive Coach and lives in London with his wife Angela and their four children.