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30 November 2017
Berlin, Germany

Keynote Address II
Elite!: The Secret to Exceptional Leadership and Performance

Guaranteed to boost productivity, team cohesion, individual motivation, and overall leadership, this session contains Floyd Woodrow's deeply practical, innovative, and highly sought-after teachings on the secret to exceptional leadership and performance. While serving in the military, Woodrow inspired his men in the most demanding of situations and drove his team to the highest levels of success. Awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for bravery, he operated at the highest level of the elite. After leaving the military, Woodrow brought the motivational lessons and techniques learned in the world's toughest environments to businesses, governments, sports teams, and police forces around the world. His inspiring approach is united with a detailed understanding of the theories and psychology that underpin cutting-edge motivational training.
Floyd Woodrow, Chrysalis Worldwide (UK)
CPE Credit: 1.0
Field of Study: Personal Development
Level: I, II, III
GEO's 2017 Pan European Regional Event  |  Keynote Speaker Floyd Woodrow MBE DCM LL.B, Chrysalis Worldwide
 

Floyd Woodrow
MBE DCM LL.B

Chairman and CEO
Chrysalis Worldwide

Floyd Woodrow MBE is the Chairman and CEO of Chrysalis Worldwide, the world’s leading values-based performance optimization organization.

He coaches elite international athletes and sporting teams, the world’s leading banks, financial services companies, governments, education institutions, police forces, emergency services and international corporations on all aspects of elite performance and leadership.

Floyd’s unique and highly innovative training programmes were developed over a 20-year period, working in situations which demand the highest possible level of personal and corporate performance.

Previously, Floyd was one of the youngest soldiers ever to be selected for the UK’s elite Special Air Service Regiment (SAS) at the age of 22. He has served in many different operational areas globally, and was awarded the UK’s second-highest award for gallantry, the Distinguished Conduct Medal, for his services whilst in Afghanistan.

Floyd has studied law and psychology and is currently undertaking a PhD.