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Keith Coats

International leadership expert who speaks to the shifts required of leaders and organisations in both their thinking and practice if they are to successfully navigate the future.

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Developing leaders

Developing leaders

Developing leaders

Keith is passionate about developing leaders for the future of work, through leadership development programmes.
Keynote speaking

Keynote speaking

Keynote speaking

Keith is an international keynote speaker whose passion is developing leaders for the future of work.
Videos of Keith

Videos of Keith

Videos of Keith

A selection of video’s of Keith presenting to audiences, combined with a selection of leadership thought bullets.

Latest blog posts

Six Things You Need To Know About Leadership Development Programmes #1

by Keith Coats
November 7, 2014
Leadership

As TomorrowToday we have the privilege to both design and participate in Leadership Development Programmes (LDPs) throughout the world. We work internationally with some of fineness business schools and blue-chip multi-nationals in this arena. We have seen a great deal: some of it excellent, a lot of it very poor. It is an area of […]

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Leadership Reflection: Goodbye and Aloha

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by Keith Coats
Leadership

I am about to embark on another stint teaching in the East West Center’s renowned, Asia Pacific Leadership Program (APLP). This will be my 13th straight year teaching in APLP, a programme that is itself only 14 years old. There have been additional leadership programmes added to the mix and I will also teach in […]

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Client testimonials

Paula West, 
Learning and Development,
Harrods

“Your workshop was very thought provoking – probably more so than any other leadership keynote we have delivered in Harrods. Participants called it really interesting, refreshing, wonderful! Eye opening. Left me wanting to hear more.”