CEO of Serenity in Leadership, Thom Dennis, is an accomplished and experienced keynote speaker. He has featured on BBC TV News and radio and has provided commentary in over 100 articles across leading publications in the last year alone.
With 30+ years of experience as an executive coach, facilitator, and leadership developer, Thom has enabled change in many corporations in the US, South America, Europe, Africa, India, and the Far East.
He has been hired by global banking, pharmaceutical, energy and engineering brands such as Citigroup, Royal Bank of Scotland, Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Conoco Phillips, Shell, BP, and ABB Automation.
He holds an MSc in Change Agent Skills and Strategies, is a Certified Facilitator accredited by the CQ® Centre, a certified NLP Master Practitioner, a member of the International Association of Facilitators and a Fellow of The Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Thom served 17 years as an officer in the Royal Marines, has lived and worked in many countries and is the proud father of two and grandfather of five.
Thom has three primary impactful keynote talks on Purpose, Workplace Bullying and Leading with the Feminine.
Signature Talk 1: The Power of Purpose:
Purpose is a thought-out, conscious reason for being, behaving and evolving. In the next decade, great leaders will not only be measured by their financial achievements, but by a business’s success at developing core values and making a difference. Thom shares ways organisations can create a purpose-driven culture and explains why purpose is key for future success.
Signature Talk 2: What can we do about Bullying?
Bullying takes place in almost every workplace. It’s toxic for our employees, and our organisations suffer inso many ways which affect the bottom line. Bullying costs both the individual and the organisation dearly. Thom brings his experience and offers ways to make our workplaces and cultures safer, and ultimately more productive.
Signature Talk 3: Leading with the Feminine?
The Feminine has been suppressed not only in women but in men also. And yet it's the Feminine that is needed, in both men and women, to displace the wounded, or some might say, dysfunctional, Masculine that has dominated for so long. The problems we face today cannot be solved by the traits that led to the creation of our current challenges - a real change is needed, and it's the Feminine that has the wisdom and power to lead now.
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