Jamie Oliver's passion and vision transformed a bunch of unemployed kids into an efficient, organised team, capable of running a first-class London restaurant, Fifteen.
I've gone from being the boy next door to being the bloke with the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Jamie is a natural and instinctive leader, with an energetic style guaranteed to keep an audience engaged. Anyone taking on a leadership role can learn a lot from watching him in action. Part of the two-part Jamie's kitchen training series, Fifteen lessons on leadership demonstrates that leadership is an activity and not a position. Leaders and potential leaders will identify with Jamie's honesty and openness.
The programme covers five key learning points backed up by real examples from Jamie's journey – from how to lead the way through clear communication and example, to believing in your team, through to taking responsibility and learning and adapting your style of leadership throughout each project.
This real example of the pressurised role of a leader in action not only reflects real life for today’s leaders, but will inspire and motivate the audience in their own personal leadership roles.
The Jamie Oliver stuff is really gritty and people respond to that because it’s shows how leadership and teamwork works in real life."
- Improve skills of both new and existing leaders
- Energise and Motivate leaders in pressurised environments
This two-hour course can be taken in bite-sized chunks and is designed to let your employees dip in and out for self-paced learning.
- What Jamie does
- Lead the way
- Show them how
- Believe in them
- Deal with it
- Learn and adapt
- Review and action plan
- Knowledge check
Don't miss Fifteen lessons on teamwork, the other programme in the Jamie's Kitchen series.