Megan is Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge where she speaks, researches, consults and supervises on the intersection of leadership, change, dialogue and mindfulness. She is on the Thinkers50 Radar of global business thinkers and HR Magazine's Most Influential listing and has presented her research to audiences throughout the world.
Speaking truth to power is a subject that is extremely topical at the moment in sport, entertainment, healthcare, across politics and the corporate world. With Megan's research partners, she has been examining the consequences of staying silent on matters of misconduct, the need for people up and down the formal hierarchy to speak up with disruptive, innovative ideas as well as the ‘conversational habits’ we hold personally, in our teams and organisations, which include or exclude diverse voices.
Also presenting at conference is Club Manager Les Durno along with I.T. specialist Paul Mainstone who will give 10 Golden Rules for not getting hacked. Les Durno will share his experience on being hacked and the implications while Paul Mainstone will help delegates make sure it won’t happen to anyone else.