Mark Davey, Managing Director of Lakesmere commented:
“Not only did Professor Aziz get the message across about the importance of Leadership & Communication in the current trading climate, but he did so in an extremely engaging, humorous and motivating way, with great use of anecdotes”.
Comments from other attendees included:
“He far surpassed our expectations”
“Light hearted yet focused on the issues facing our industry”
“Thought provoking – if only we had Khalid’s energy!”
“A motivational speaker indeed”
“This was the highlight of the day – a great performance”
Conference Speaker – Khalid Aziz
- Looking for an inspirational, motivational speaker for your next conference/roadshow?
- Looking for someone who can engage with your audience, sharing their knowledge and experience built up over the last 25 years?
- Looking for someone who understands your business and can share relevant stories and anecdotes?
With so many different messages to get across at this time, conferences often struggle to be upbeat and forward thinking. Khalid Aziz has been coaching business leaders in FTSE 350 companies for nearly 3 decades and he brings this experience coupled with an amusing lightness of touch to this difficult subject. His understanding of what really matters in business, supported by anecdotes from the world of business, never fails to touch a nerve with his audiences.
Khalid can tailor his speech to your specific needs and to your industry sector. Among the areas covered are: The three things leaders must do every day without fail
- The one thing political leaders always fail to do
- Leadership styles of successful Chief Executives
- Do’s and Don’ts to ensure an engaged workforce
The speech length can vary with the option of a “Leadership and Communications” clinic Q & A session. And Khalid is more than happy to pick up the dreaded graveyard slot after lunch.
Professor Khalid Aziz
Chairman of The Aziz Corporation, Khalid authored the highly acclaimed “Presenting to Win” – a guide for Finance and Business Professionals” and “Managing Communications in a Crisis”.
He is visiting Professor of Business Communications at The University of Southampton School of Management and is an Honorary Professor at The University of Winchester.
His comprehensive first career in the media spanned the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 with current affairs and business programmes. As a producer and presenter he has also worked with the Open University, BT and PWC.
He writes and speaks regularly on Leadership Development and Effective Communication.