Date announced for Leaders in London

The International Leadership Summit, Leaders in London, will take place on 3rd and 4th December 2008 at Central Hall, London.

The event attracts over 1,000 of the UK and Europe's top managing directors, CEOs and other business leaders, who will hear and discuss the inspiration, principles and practices of leadership with some of the world's most successful and influential experts in this field.

Now in its fifth year, the Leaders in London Summit has confirmed a line up that will be speaking at the biggest international leadership event ever seen in the UK. Speaking at the event will be: Muhammad Yunus (founder and MD of Grameen Bank and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner); Rudy Giuliani (two-term mayor of New York, 1994 who led the city out of the 9/11 crisis and cut crime dramatically), Garry Kasparov (the world's number one ranked chess player for 21 years and world champion for 15 years).

Other speakers include: Jack Welch (former Chairman and CEO, General Electric Corporation and voted 'Manager of the Century' by Fortune magazine); Carly Fiorina (former President, CEO and Chairman of Hewlett Packard and the first and as yet the only woman to lead a fortune 20 company); Daniel Goleman (psychologist and best-selling author), Richard Reed (co-founder of Innocent Drinks).

Rosalind Oxley, MD of Leaders in London Summit 2008 said: "Each year the Leaders in London Summit hosts an incredible line up of some of the most successful and influential leadership experts in the world. At this year's event we look forward to giving the UK and Europe's business community the opportunity to hear, discuss and become enlightened by some of the world's most respected leadership icons."

Each of the speakers will deliver an address focusing on a particular aspect of leadership to an audience of top business leaders, who will have the opportunity of asking direct questions to the speakers both on the floor and in person.

Image: Jack Welch will be one of the key speakers at Leaders in London

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