Winmark gives business leaders the knowledge and connections to achieve greater impact. Their professional member networks enable C-Suite executives to learn from their peers and engage in the discussions that are transforming their business environment.
Combining management methods with hands-on, real-life experience, we’ve lined up three out-of-sector experts who will offer senior leaders advice on core leadership values and practices such as:
Suki Fuller is a competitive strategic advisor, analytical storyteller and acclaimed keynote speaker
Suki has had an eclectic 16-year career within strategic intelligence and technology has taken her from the US Department of Defense to teaching students in China. She currently resides in London, where she is an intrinsic part of the tech community and was recently named by Financial Times as one of the Top 100 Black, Asian, Minority, Ethnic (BAME) Leaders in UK Tech. Additionally, Suki was named by Computer Weekly as one of the Most Influential Women in UK IT 2018, Five Rising Stars and also, named one of the 30 Change Makers to watch for London Tech Week 2018. Suki is available for mentoring, public speaking and advisory consulting.
Dr Raj Persaud is a Consultant Psychiatrist who has worked as a Consultant at the Bethlem Royal and Maudsley NHS Hospitals in London from 1994-2008, and as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London. These are the premier research and training institutions for Psychiatry in Europe.
He was also Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the USA and Institute of Neurology at Queens Square. His training in psychiatry since leaving UCH medical school in1986 was entirely at the Institute of Psychiatry and the Bethlem Royal and Maudsley Hospitals. Unusually for a psychiatrist, he also holds a degree in psychology, obtained with First Class Honours, and 8 other degrees and diplomas including a Masters in Statistics. He was awarded the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Research Prize and Medal as well as The Maudsley Hospital’s own Denis Hill Prize, and The Osler Medal. The Royal College of Psychiatrists’ recently also awarded him the Morris Markowe Prize.
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