Olivier Mythodrama wins Best Business Award

Olivier Mythodrama has just been announced as winner of the Best Product/Service range category at the 2022 Best Business Awards.

The Best Business Awards pride themselves on having a large panel of independent expert judges who select winners according to strict criteria for each category and sector.

Commenting on Olivier Mythodrama, the chairman of the judges said:

“Congratulations to leadership development consultancy Olivier Mythodrama for combining the drama of Shakespeare with leadership training. Using the characters in Shakespeare’s plays, such as Julius Caesar for influential leadership and Henry V for inspirational leadership, trainees can explore how they deal with challenges. The company was founded by Richard Olivier, son of actor Sir Laurence Olivier, who had the idea when directing Shakespeare’s Henry V.  Realising the educational value of the bard’s great writings, Olivier Mythodrama has created a popular and exciting new style of leadership training.” 

Upon receiving the Award, OMA’s Chief Executive Greg Kirwan said:

“We are delighted to have been recognised for the range and quality of the programmes we provide to our clients around the world, and this is a fantastic acknowledgement of our work.”

The Best Business Awards are one of the UK’s highest profile awards and winning this accolade speaks volumes about Olivier Mythodrama.  Due to its high profile, the Awards attract a wide range of entries from across all sectors from large international PLCs and public sector organisations to dynamic and innovative SMEs. The winners all have one thing in common – they are truly outstanding at what they do.


Olivier Mythodrama has been delivering innovative and thought provoking leadership training for over 20 years. The people and organisations we have worked with describe our training as life changing. We think they’re right. We already work with some of the world’s leading businesses. Are you ready to join them?

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