Event: Unlock your leadership potential this June
Inspirational Leadership workshop
8.00am – Registration
8.30am – Welcome and introduction
8.45 – 12.15pm – Inspirational Leadership from Henry V
12.15 – 1.15pm – Lunch
Influential Leadership workshop
1.30pm – Registration
2.00 – 2.15pm – Welcome and introduction
2.15 – 4.15pm – Influential Leadership from Julius Caesar
4.15 – 5.30pm – Reception
Coming to Atlanta in June: Life changing leadership development
Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to attend a free leadership development workshop. Places are going fast on this innovative and award-winning training that draws lessons from the historic stories of Shakespeare.
Join HR and L&D leaders as well as other senior executives at these exclusive events and get the opportunity to network with peers.
“Come along and have your mind blown. It’s incredibly powerful – with no wooden swords, role play or green tights in sight!”
When: Tuesday 13 June 2023
Where: OMNI Atlanta Hotel at CNN Centre
Why: Unlock leadership potential – for yourself and others
Experienced leadership development coach, Ben Walden, will deliver this unforgettable experience.
Choose to attend a morning session on inspirational leadership or an afternoon session on influential leadership:
The morning session will use the themes of Shakespeare’s Henry V to help leaders tap into their own personal story, uncover what inspires them, and use this to inspire others.
The afternoon session uses Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar to explore how participants can influence positively and navigate organisational politics.
Complete your details below to register for our Atlanta events.
About Olivier Mythodrama leadership development
Olivier Mythodrama (OMA) was founded by Richard Olivier, son of actor Laurence Olivier. Inspired by learnings from Shakespeare and their relevance to modern leadership challenges, Richard developed a new form of leadership development – Mythodrama – using a classic story of leadership, combined with Jungian archetypal psychology, performance technique and organisational theory.