Former DDB, Interbrand and Wolff Olins boss to reveal key to being a better agency leader
The former Vice President of DDB Worldwide and COO of Interbrand and Wolff Olins, Noel Penrose, is set to reveal his insights on how to become a better agency leader during a webinar taking place later this month hosted by MiNetwork.
Penrose has more than 30 years leadership and management experience in the marketing arena, gained in some of the world’s largest and most challenging agency environments and in countries from the UK to the US, Belgium and Turkey. Penrose now heads up his own advisory service, Juniper2 Advisory, and works with a range of agencies and agency leaders to help them develop and implement strategies for growth and development.
During this 60-minute interactive webinar Penrose will cover subjects such as:
- Attitude to leadership
- Communication in leadership
- Understanding people
- Guiding people
- Managing Internal Conflict
- Managing Meetings
And much more
Richard Draycott, managing director of MiNetwork, said: “Leading an ambitious marketing agency business has never been more challenging than it is today and getting someone like Noel, who has such vast experience of leading, managing and growing agencies, willing to share his insights is incredibly valuable. Our webinars are highly interactive as well, so not only will attendees be able to listen to Noel’s insights into how they can develop their leadership skills and take their agency forward, but also be able to put their questions to Noel for more specific guidance. It promises to be a fantastic session for any marketing professional in a leadership role or eager to become a great leader.”
The price to attend this webinar is £45+VAT for non-members and free for MiNetwork members.
The webinar package includes:
- The live 60-minute webinar, including Q&A session with Noel
- Access to the recorded webinar for viewing afterwards
- Access to the slide deck for later reference
To sign up for the webinar please
MiNetwork Members interested in signing up for the webinar should email Richard Draycott or Chris Morton at MiNetwork.