We prepare business leaders for senior roles
What We Do
The alchemy of leadership
Utilising our extensive research and expertise into the demands and derailers of leaders face, the School for CEOs can help you unearth the vital few lessons that will enable you to succeed.
Helping senior leaders excel
Established in 2011, School for CEOs is a boutique executive development organisation specialising in CEO development, leadership succession, coaching and team development, executive assessment, and developing inclusive leadership.
What our clients say
“I enjoyed talking about the transition I need to make to ensure that I become the most effective leader I can be, as this gave me an opportunity to reflect on the past few years that I may have mishandled certain situations”
Civil engineering companyRunway
“A key part for me was the opportunity to build a new internal network and to bond with other people on the course. Starting the night before with a little icebreaker and plenty of opportunity to get to know each other really helped.”
FTSE 50 asset managerRunway
“We have transformed from 10 individuals into an integrated unit working towards common goals. I credit this remarkable transformation entirely to David’s coaching and feedback, which we will continue to engage to further evolve the team dynamics”
Chief Marketing Officer
Technology Travel BusinessTeam Development
“The experience felt very premium with a relaxed style. High quality from start to finish”
Technology businessVital Few: Part One
“I learned a lot from Vital Few and was keen to experience and learn further from Vital Few: Part Two. It provided me a forum where I felt comfortable to share and openly discuss issues with peers”
“Excellent overall. I gained a lot from the course and also found it very enjoyable and thought provoking. The other delegates were also first class and the level of engagement by all made the course first class”
ManufacturerVital Few: Part One
We support organisations across a range of industries and of varying size, from emerging brands to large global organisations.