As a conductor, Charles’ key role is to motivate people to bring out their very best performance. By drawing on his real-life experiences as an award winning conductor and composer of international renown, he demonstrates the simple ingredients of orchestrating success that anyone can adopt in their working life.
Using storytelling, music-making, amusing anecdotes and video, Charles illustrates his key messages in a engaging and inspiring way. There is no ‘one size fits all’, he tailors his presentation to the composition and contexts of each audience.
By drawing metaphors between a working orchestra and a typical corporate environment, Charles engages his audience in a ‘lived experience’ of what it is to trust, lead, risk and succeed, imbuing participants with refreshed energy for a better future where everyone succeeds.
a bespoke package for the individual client
A consummate performer, Charles will curate a bespoke performance for an event and can present in a variety of formats, either solo or alongside musicians, singers or even a full orchestra.
Take-outs from Charles presentations
How to create a committed team and lead its best possible performance
Trust as the glue that binds the team
Authenticity as the anchor of success
How to catalyse creativity
How to create the ‘safety to take risks’ in your team
How to lead change and manage risk
How to disrupt the status quo and lead innovation
How to lead in turbulent times
Creating successful collaborations between new or different teams
Consultation and contact
Charles will undertake a full consultation in advance with the aim of understanding your goals and objectives and any specific challenges your organisation faces. He will explain how he can speak to these themes using the packages above and help you design a bespoke package that really works for the event leaving your delegates with ‘actionable’ inspiration. Charles can travel within the UK, Europe, Middle East and United States.
To discuss your requirements and arrange a full consultation with Charles, contact Henrietta Lang on email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 07976 336646.