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£12.50 for members, £17.50 non-members

IoD July Breakfast, sponsored by Butterfield

OGH Hotel, Colbourne Room

07:45 - 09:00

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What are the top three leadership challenges facing Guernsey?

The IoD’s July seminar, sponsored by Butterfield, will look at the top three leadership challenges facing Guernsey.

Speaker Phil Eyre is the Founder of Leaders Consultancy and this session will see Phil explore what he sees as the key leadership challenges currently facing the island.

The seminar will cover three themes; the need for nimble teams, the importance of leveraging relational capital and how we can stay focused on quality rather than quantity.  Phil will take a look at Guernsey’s current leadership structures and discuss how different factors and potential changes could make a difference.

In his work with leadership teams and boards, Phil uses his experience in business, academia and social sectors to help C-suite professionals to achieve phenomenal performance and improve their business bottom line. Phil has sophisticated expertise in psychometrics and in the application of human data for individual, team and organisational success.

The breakfast will commence at 745am  with a buffet in the Regency Room at the Old Government House Hotel in Guernsey with the event concluding at 9am.

Event information:

Date: Friday 12 July 2019

Venue: The Colbourne Room, OGH

Time: 7.45am

Ticket price includes a buffet breakfast

Phil Eyre


Phil Eyre Biog:

Phil is Leaders’ founder. He has an enthusiastic and inspiring style, drawing on his experience in business, academia and social sectors to help any leadership team to achieve phenomenal performance. He has trained with, and been mentored by, global leaders in this field, notably Dr Chuck Coker in the US.

Phil began his career in the UK offshore finance industry in 1994, working for a wealth management company in Guernsey, Collins Stewart (CI) Limited, now Canaccord Genuity Wealth International. Phil was head of the company's Guernsey division, with a staff of 120 and assets under management of £4.5billion before resigning from executive responsibilities in 2008.

Phil has served on the boards of three charities, including BMS World Mission, a UK charity with over 80 employees and a global reach. Phil also ran the Guernsey hub of a national theology college, received accreditation as a pastor in the Baptist Union of Great Britain and served as a non-executive director for Canaccord Genuity Wealth International.

Phil is a member of the NED Forum and the Institute of Directors.