Building a World Class Company Culture

EO London is offering a unique, hands-on training day that will transform your leadership style for peak-performance. In order to learn how to do this, we have invited 4 outstanding EO leaders, that have built and led high-performance teams,  to share their best practical tools and experiences:

We have also sourced that rare individual, who not only possesses knowledge and experience, but also the ability to present it clearly and effectively, - Cameron Herold!

Cameron Herold has done over 485 paid speaking events in 11 years and has now spoken in 24 countries, on 5 continents.

Date: 13th of June

Time: 3.30 to 8.30PM

Venue: Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, EC1Y 8TZ ( room 2002)

Good speakers make you feel differently, great speakers make you think differently, but exceptional speakers make you act differently. Not only has Cameron’s work resonated with audience at our past events, but his tops, tools, and tactics are actionable. After working with him, it not uncommon for us to receive an email from select attendees saying that his one talk saved their business ( or life). HIGHLY recommended.
— Yason Gaignard - Talent Scout at Mastermind Talks, and Learning Chair for EO Toronto
Cameron is the best speaker I have ever heard, particularly for entrepreneurs, and small and medium business sized owners. He hits home-runs and grand slams.
— Rich Karlgaard - Publisher, Forbes Magazine
Cameron has a real story to tell with real take-home value. He was spectacular!
— Mohamed Fathelbab - President, Forum Resources Network

Key Speaker - Cameron Herold

Vision, People, Meetings, Communication and Office Environment - all things to turn companies into magnets for great talent…

In this invigorating presentation, Cameron shares the secrets he has used to create truly amazing high-growth workplace cultures, including one company he led being rated #2 in Canada’s Best Places to Work as awarded by Canadian Business magazine and twice rated #1 Best Places to Work in BC as awarded by BC Business Magazine. He’s also formally mentored four others now ranked among the best to work for in their countries as well. This is some of the best content he teaches yearly at EO’s Entrepreneurial Masters Program held at MIT’s Endicott House.

• How to use a unique visioning process called a Vivid Vision™ to create total

alignment in your employees and have them reading your mind

• The best systems to attract, interview, select & handcuff top employees

• Secrets to attracting ‘A’ Players away from competitors

• Real life examples of what fantastic workplaces look like where Gen X, Gen Y &

Baby Boomers all productively work together etc.

Simplifying business problems and guiding business leaders to previously unimagined success!

That's what hundreds of organizations have experienced and that's what Cameron's coaching, speaking and business books bring to passionate businesses and entrepreneurs worldwide. Cameron doesn't espouse theory, he weaves "in the trenches experience", gleaned through building $100 Million companies, with practical advice that gets businesses and business leaders growing immediately and rapidly.

Called "the best speaker I've ever heard" by Forbes magazine publisher, Rich Karlgaard, Cameron captures business audiences, educates them and empowers them to take the actionable steps needed for hyper-growth. An author of two successful business titles, Double Double and Meetings Suck, Cameron cuts through the business-speak, slays unproductive processes and guides business on the shortest, simplest path to exponential success.

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Guest Speaker - Richard Metcalfe

Richard has been an EO member for 5 years and is currently the president of the EO UK London chapter.  He has been running Arkk Solutions, a SaaS finance platform, for 10 years now, growing it and initially bootstrapping it up to its first initial investment round of £ (xx) M.

A fanatic about company culture, Richard will speak on how you can hack your culture in the business with some quick and easy practical step to get employee buy in.

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Guest Speaker - Martin Blinder

Martin is an Internet and Digital Health entrepreneur with a focus on consumer web. He is Founder, CEO of Tictrac, a leading Digital Health platform that empowers people through their data. Tictrac is at the forefront of the consumerization of healthcare, centralizing an otherwise fragmented sector around the consumer, under the credo: consumer engagement is the key to better health outcomes.

Tictrac won Best New Company at Health 2.0 in 2012. Prior to Tictrac, Martin co founded one of the first online financial services sites in Europe and has advised Prime Ministers and other state officials on innovation, foreign direct investment and entrepreneurship.

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Alex joined EO in 2014. He co-founded Rosa’s Thai Café, along with his wife
Saiphin, as a market stall in Brick Lane in 2006. Rosa’s annual run rate
revenues are now £20 million with sites in 17 locations across the UK
employing over 250 people. Alex and Saiphin sold the company to TriSpan, a
private equity house, in June last year but both still remain involved in
the business.

The cornerstone of the Rosa’s success has been its company culture –
inspired by a lifetime of adventures and travels - and past business
failures – all built upon Alex’s beloved EO Forum’s best practices.

Alex will speak on how he used previous negative working experiences
to structure, and nurture, a positive corporate culture across all levels of
a multinational workforce.

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After nearly being an actor, Ben started his entrepreneurial journey building an IT consulting business in the mid 90’s.  He ended up joining his biggest client, one of the UK’s leading film extra casting agents. He was their General Manager for 7 years, leading a team casting all the zombies in Shaun of the Dead and all the Centurions in Gladiator amongst may other weird and wonderful projects.  

In 2005 Ben joined a small consultancy specialising in executive and team development and coaching, and in 2007 founded Coachmatch, alongside the partners.  Coachmatch grew to be a leader in the executive coaching market, serving many of the world’s largest organisations, connecting them with a global network of 300 coaches and facilitators.  Seeking new adventures, Ben exited Coachmatch in 2018 which now continues under the new brand Wondrous People.

He now is a member of the founding team at Atomex, which provides investment, capability and strategy to mid-stage SMEs looking to accelerate growth.  Alongside this he also consults independently to a select group of clients supporting creation of strategy, vision and innovation, as well as speaking and acting as an event host.