Speaker Andrew McNeill is a senior leadership professional enhancing organizations. Andrew believes leadership must change! In today's world, leadership techniques must be recognized for embracing leadership techniques and thus embracing mindfulness, compassion, and empathy. Through Andrew's keynotes, he showcases how.
Why you should book Andrew McNeill for your next event
- Andrew believes in the need for leadership to be human and uninhibited. He explains why this style of leadership is needed, particularly now.
- He is a man of experience; Andrew has faced many high-intensity leadership challenges through his career to thoroughly equip him to educationally deliver relevant, problem-solving keynotes.
- His keynotes are grounded in research – Andrew refers to studies about the value of kindness in workplace situations for organizational success efforts.
Prior to setting up Lines of Sight Consultancy in 2018, Andrew spent 20 years in senior leadership, most recently as a Director in the UK Civil Service. He is also an accredited mindfulness teacher and brought these two worlds together in his book Organisational Mindfulness – a How-to Guide in 2019, which has sold in 4 continents.
Andrew is the Workplace and Policy Lead and Projects Advisor for the Mindfulness Initiative, a charity which emerged from the work of the UK Parliament’s All Party Parliamentary Group on Mindfulness and is Co-Director of BAMBA the UK’s mindfulness accreditation body.
Andrew believes leadership needs to change. With the multiple pressures our teams face, from climate change to emerging from the Pandemic, he sees that organisations will only thrive if their leaders can guide with inclusion, compassion and awareness. Andrew works with a range of organisations training teams and helping them connect, hear each other and develop their empathy. His techniques have helped individuals and teams navigate very real challenges and communicate with honesty and kindness. Andrew also offers executive mindfulness tutorial programmes.
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