Chris Roebuck has a unique experience and approach that helps leaders, teams and organizations understand how they can reach their full potential and be successful. Recognized as one of the Most Influential HR Thinkers for 2018 an important HR award in Europe, he has been included in this list 6 times since 2011.
Over 35 years Roebuck has developed this new approach to success via his unique experience as a successful corporate leader, having developed leaders and leadership in major global organizations and SMEs to enable both personal and organizational success. He has also worked in government and public sectors on major change and leadership projects from UK National Health Service and local Government to London Underground
Roebuck is also regarded as one of the most influential HR thinkers and is Visiting Professor of Transformational Leadership at Cass Business School in London researching what delivers success. Roebuck has also been a military leader, serving as a military officer leading and inspiring people in challenging environments via a “serve to lead” ethos.
Roebuck shows how simple, practical day to day actions can be taken to quickly deliver real improvements at all levels; individual, team and organization. It enables people to immediately make a real difference implementing simple actions based on their own experience.
His first book on leadership published in 2000 took this approach and was translated into 11 languages as a result. When Global Head of Leadership at UBS, 70,000 staff & 100 countries, his team helped the bank transform organizational performance to increase profitability by 235%, market capitalization by 50% and win awards. This is now a Harvard Case Study.
Roebuck is an economist and therefore fully understands the financial success that can be delivered via inspiring leaders. He has great breadth of experience across function, sector, culture and geography, from having held senior roles in UBS, HSBC, KPMG & London Underground to advising legal firms and construction, from the UK National Health Service of 1.4m staff and UK Government to the Red Cross in Myanmar, from Investment banks in London to Middle East Telecoms, from the Chinese Space Program to retail in USA.
Successful. leadership for a new world.