Executive Director for Leaders Great Britain
Articles published by Craig Wilmann
Tiger Law founder shortlisted for entrepreneur award
Vanessa Challess, the founder and director of Tiger Law, has been shortlisted for the 2023 Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
CW+ provides funding for breakthrough in VR technology
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has made a breakthrough in the use of virtual reality (VR) technology, providing immersive learning experiences for staff during equality, diversity and inclusion training.
EXCLUSIVE: Autocrat's visit could derail King Charles' coronation
In an apparent blow for liberty and democracy, The Leaders Council understands that King Mswati III of Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) is planning to fly to the United Kingdom to attend the coronation of King Charles III.
Leaders gather to discuss recruitment challenges
Earlier this week, thirty-one leaders from a variety of sectors met at the Caledonian Club. They discussed how the workforce has changed over the past few years and the resultant opportunities and challenges, with a specific emphasis placed on apprenticeships and the connection between education and industry.
Leaders Council Roundtable: Young people need better preparation for the world of work
Twenty four senior leaders met yesterday at Caledonian Club in Belgravia to discuss recruitment challenges, skills shortages and the workforce of the future.
Wellness webinar for Leaders Council members
Teresa Clark, founder of The Wellness Revolution, will deliver a webinar exclusively for Leaders Council members and their colleagues. The webinar will take place on on Thursday 23rd Feb at 12pm. The title is ‘Cultivating a culture of wellbeing.’
Leaders in Love: A Valentines Day special
Leadership can be lonely. So this Valentines Day, we thought we’d take a look at leaders who have found love with other leaders.
Leaders Council Newsletter: Mind your own business
The Leaders Council Newsletter keeps members informed of all the latest events and developments.
NIVD World joins the Leaders Council
NIVD World has become a member of The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Founded in 2022, NIVD is a startup specialising in the development of nano-sensors for early diagnosis.
IncomeMax unlocks over £8 million for people in financial need
IncomeMax, the money advice specialists, have released a Social Impact Report which details how they managed to unlock £8,035,623 of additional income for people through free, confidential conversations in 2021/22 alone.
Kwasi Kwarteng's exclusive article for our publication
With chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng hitting the headlines with his not-so-mini mini-budget, we look back at an article he wrote for one of our publications just over eighteen months ago. What clues, if any, can we unearth about the sort of chancellor he is likely to be?
Eswatini protestors hand petition to South African High Commission
Earlier today, protestors gathered outside the South African High Commission near Trafalgar Square to call on the SADC (South African Development Community) to support their efforts to bring democracy to Eswatini (formerly Swaziland).
Is it time for a four day working week?
Has the time come for a four day working week in the UK? The Leaders Council considers the history of our working patterns and if such a change is likely or viable.
A policing problem: why Boris may decide to ease lockdown sooner
One of the founding principles of the police in this country is that ‘the police are the public [and] the public are the police.’ Even during this year of unprecedented restrictions on our liberties, the laws which the police have had to enforce have had popular support. But is that beginning to change? And if so, will the police no longer be the public?
Gove’s comments suggest vaccine passports may be imminent
MPs will debate the issue of vaccine passports after more than a quarter of a million people have signed a petition urging the government not to introduce them. But the signatories may end up disappointed, given Michael Gove’s previous comments on a very similar issue.