Robbie Steinhouse to speak at Investing in Talent Awards

Business leader, author and coach Robbie Steinhouse will be the featured speaker at Recruiter’s upcoming Investing in Talent Awards on 4 October.

Steinhouse is chairman of Gray’s Inn Group, a property and insurance business he founded in 1987. He also is managing director of the Coaching Consultancy. 

His latest book Mindful Business Leadership, which features a radical model for lasting leadership success, will be published the day before (3 October). The book introduces 10 key leadership roles that are required to meet the challenges of modern business.

“We’re so pleased to present Robbie to our Investing in Talent Awards audience just as his new book is hitting the streets,” said Recruiter editor DeeDee Doke. “Our Awards reward inspirational leadership as well as seeking to inspire ever greater leadership within the recruitment community. Robbie will no doubt leave our attendees with lots of new thinking to consider.”

The Investing in Talent Awards will be held at The Brewery in the City on Thursday 4 October. Non-entrants and suppliers are welcome to attend. Click here to book your table.

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