Brian Bacon about Self Managing Leadership

Images and reality of Leadership – do they match?

The common assumption that you become a leader because you have a name card is a myth: you become a leader because people chose to follow you. It requires trust, integrity and character. Character is essential because at time of failure, people will support someone who has character but they will kick out someone who doesn’t. Character is revealed at the time of obstacles 

Brian Bacon presents ‘Winds of Change’

Brian Bacon, Founder and President of Oxford Leadership Academy, creator of the Self Managing leadership course, addresses executives on how to sharpen their leadership focus, and effectively guide their organisations and teams through even the toughest of times. Business today plays a determining role in the future of civilisation and needs to redefine itself beyond the sole pursuit of profit.

M.A.S.T.E.R. the six essential points

Successful leaders do not compete, they create. Successful leaders do not control, they empower. Successful leaders do not force, they influence. In this short video, Brian Bacon introduces the M.A.S.T.E.R. plan and the six key practices of authentic people empowerment and effective leadership.

The ‘Iceberg Principle’

Is your team, your organisation, your family or your life guided by deep and meaningful undercurrents or is it moved by the winds? Brian Bacon makes the difference between the ‘science of business’ and the realities of deeply ingrained patterns of feelings and behaviour which really determine the future we are heading for.


Three fundamental transformations

Brian Bacon, Founder and President of Oxford Leadership Academy, discusses the three fundamental transformations required if individuals and businesses are going to survive and prosper during the current economic crisis.

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