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National Achievers Congress – Excel London Exhibition Centre 2–4th July 2011

Sir Richard Branson | Anthony Robbins | Lord Alan Sugar What do they have in common? Probably many things, three that come to mind are: They are successful They are inspirational All three of them will be at an amazing event held in London on the 2-4th July 2011 The National Achievers Congress is a […]

The Academy for Chief Executives: first choice for Leaders intent on improving their effectiveness

As we discussed in our blogs towards the end of December 2010, the start of 2011 heralds a new era in the development of the Academy for Chief Executives. Andrew Morris, who has been a leading figure in the media and events industry for over twenty years became our new Chief Executive on 1st January. […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from The Academy for Chief Executives

We would like to thank you for your visits and comments on the Academy for Chief Executives blog this year and look forward to seeing you in 2011. This will be the final post on the blog for 2010 and we would like to wish all of our readers a relaxing Christmas and a re-energised […]

The everlasting moment… a Zen approach to beginnings and endings by Jayne Storey

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m an advocate of Eastern philosophy, both as an antidote to the sometimes treadmill-like existence of life in the Western world and as a compliment to the best of modern innovations in developing human potential. Much of my coaching, for athletes and business-people, involves helping clients to […]

Experiential Learning by Sue Knight

A very abstract term for a very active process. A term often quoted but rarely abided by. I run trainings in NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming. NLP is the study of the structure of subjective experience. Very technical! In other words ways to learn from our experience in ways that we become the best that […]

Brian Mayne Lifts ACE Speaker of the Year Title

The Academy for Chief Executives (ACE) 2010 Speaker Awards provided a perfect ending to the final Speaker Showcase of the year which was held at the prestigious Warren House in Kingston upon Thames. The 2010 Speaker of the Year was won by Brian Mayne of Lift International for his illuminating and inspirational sessions on Goal […]

Warren Evans gives us an insight into ‘where the world is going’ by Peter Pritchett

Directors Forum Group 2 enjoyed an excellent Friday morning peering a few years into the future with Warren Evans, a “Futurist” visiting us from Canada to speak to several groups in The Academy for Chief Executives. The members gave the session an overall score of 9 out of 10 – an accurate reflection of the […]

Experiential Business Learning – without Nellie by Jeremy Thorn

I can’t be alone, can I? When I first graduated, I naively thought there wasn’t any job I couldn’t do – if only someone would just tell me what to do and how… Oh, the innocent folly of youth! But I did recognise that my own worst nightmare could be to join any graduate-development programme […]

Seeking to be Better by Brian Chernett

In business, there is always something new to learn, something else to know and another experience to be gained. No matter how long you have been in business, no matter how high you have risen whilst doing so, finding business excellence is a journey that never ends. I’ve been in business for many years and, […]

Leveraging the Life Experiences of Others …and Applying those Learnings to your Life by Mark Fritz

If you are a leader, alongside delivering the performance of your organisation, one of your top priorities is growing your people. The most successful leaders understand that motivating their people to do their own personal development is one of the keys to growing their people faster. In fact, your organisation would be in big trouble […]