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There are many different approaches to leadership. But what makes a strong leader?

We ask these business leaders for their perspectives on leadership in our video series. They reflect on their experiences leading through COVID-19 and on what their priorities will be for the challenges ahead.

Belinda Youngs - CEO, Cooplands Quality Bakers

Join Belinda as she reflects on the qualities of a strong leader and how she personally approached leading her staff through the COVID-19 crisis.

9:23 am, October 30 2020

Angus Thirlwell - CEO and Co-founder, Hotel Chocolat

Find out what Angus thinks people are looking for from their leadership and how he maintained staff motivation through COVID-19.

11:33 am, September 29 2020

Nigel Whitehead - Director of External Affairs, BAE Systems and Be the Business PLG Member

Join Nigel to hear what benefits strong leadership can bring to an organisation, large or small.

3:09 pm, September 28 2020

Mashood Akmal - Director of Innovation and Strategy, Aeroservices

Find out how Mashood approached leadership in the face of COVID-19 and what his top tip is for other leaders.

3:42 pm, September 25 2020

Be the Business’s Leadership Pathway Programme

If you want to focus and reflect on your own leadership, following a structured programme could help.

Our strategic partner Be the Business has created a Small Business Leadership Pathway Programme in conjunction with the Institute of Leadership and Management. The programme offers a range of information, tools and assessments on topics from resilience to decision making and has 1,000 free places for UK-based business owners and managers.

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