“If you are ferocious in battle, remember to be magnanimous in victory” – a famous quote from Tim Collins. This is his philosophy as a leader and he utilises it to create engagement throughout his team. Meet Tim to learn his philosophy in-depth and how he managed to motivate and inspire a whole nation.
Colonel Tim Collins OBE is a former officer in the British Army. He is best known for his role in the Iraq war and his rousing eve-of-battle speech in March 2003. Colonel Tim Collins OBE delivered the now famous speech to his troops of the 1st Royal Irish Battle Group on the eve of battle in Iraq, March 2003. Such was the notoriety of this particular address it is believed that a copy of the speech hung in the Oval Office of the White House. From the moment Tim Collins’ speech in Iraq was made public, Collins became a hero and an inspiration to world leaders and infantrymen alike. Tim is a naturally inspiring speaker, combining extensive experience of active service with broad knowledge of military and political history.
Tim Collins is a naturally inspiring speaker, combining extensive experience of active service with broad knowledge of military and political history. In his view, you should reconcile the learnings and insights from a life in the military and leaders in any walk of life to succeed as a leader.
Reserve your free seat for this Masterclass with Tim Collins on the 2nd of March, where you among many things will learn…
1) The most important lessons from a life in the military
2) How to utilise the secrets of leadership from his learnings
3) The main principles for team-building under pressure
The Global Masterclass Series is hosted by Presidents Summit – Northern Europe’s leading business conference. Our annual conference attracts 3,000+ executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and policymakers that benefit from lectures by some of the world’s foremost business experts and have the opportunity to network with a diverse, high-level international audience.
Wed, Mar 2, 2022 · 5:00 PM CEST
May 16-17th 2022, Copenhagen