Wayne is an economics graduate and has spent 15 years helping to improve the performance of organisations through improved people engagement. He works throughout the world in the design and delivery of strategic people engagement programmes and to date has worked with over 250 CEOs and boards in a variety of private, public and third sector organisations. He writes the regular ‘Global View’ column for HR Magazine and has been recognised for three consecutive years as one of UKs most influential thinkers by HR Magazine.
He is the co-chair of the UK Governments taskforce on International/Cross Cultural employee engagement and is a visiting lecturer to undergraduates and MBA students at Cass Business School and Westminster University. In 2012 at the New York UN Partnership Summit, he became a formally recognised JCI Ambassador for his work in promoting the principles of JCI and the United Nations Foundation, previous recipients include the current UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and US president John F Kennedy's adviser Ted Sorensen.
Wayne is a founding partner of the Global Growth Institute based out of the Netherlands, and from 2007 until 2012 he was the managing partner of the advisory business of Best Companies who produce the “Sunday Times Top 100 Companies” lists each year. He began his career at Deloitte and went on to help BDO achieve a top 20 ranking in the Sunday Times Best Companies lists. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.
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Presented by: Wayne Clarke, Founding Partner, the Global Growth Institute
Does our VUCA environment help or hinder clear thinking? OK, so that was a loaded question, of course it doesn’t. The challenge for CEOs and their boards, ...