Author of Becoming Mandela, The 18 Challenges of Leadership, To Plant a Walnut Tree and Doing the Right Thing
I really enjoyed working with Jacqui. I valued her flexibility to move between the big picture and the detail, her real sense of support and encouragement and helping me find my voice, especially with Becoming Mandela.
Find out more about Trevor Waldock
Trevor is a social entrepreneur, executive coach and mentor, who has spent forty years developing leaders in the for-profit, public and non-profit sectors. He is especially committed to seeing the potential of young leaders liberated across the world and is a pro-bono mentor for
One Young World, where he is currently mentoring young social entrepreneurs from 19 different countries.
He created the for-profit company, The Executive Coach Ltd, with a blue-chip client list working across all sectors and developed the Integrated Global Leadership Model, a holistic framework used in corporate leadership development.
In 2005 Trevor began a journey that led to the founding of the charity Emerging Leaders, a global non-profit that brings the best leadership development to the most vulnerable communities in the world. The Emerging Leaders programmes have impacted over 85,000 people in 16 countries, with an indirect impact on over 2.5 million people. Recently he has developed the online learning programme The Youth Compass Project, an investment that focuses on the heart and character that will enable young people around the world to liberate their own unique potential and learn to lead, love and leave a legacy.
Trevor has written and spoken on a wide range of leadership issues across three continents.
His 8 publications include,
- Becoming Mandela – Be Your Legacy (Amazon 2021)
- The 18 Challenges of Leadership (Pearsons 2004)
- To Plant A Walnut Tree – The legacy beyond leadership (Nicholas Brealey 2011)
- Doing The Right Thing – Getting Fit For Moral Leadership (Kindle 2019)
Trevor has also been a contributor to the Huffington Post.
Trevor has spoken as an international corporate speaker on many aspects of strategic and personal leadership, in India, Africa, USA and Europe.
He has guest lectured on the Cambridge University, Sustainability Leadership Programme, twice presented at the Graduate Business Forum (top global MBA schools), Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, MBA Programme and on Organisational Context for University of Portsmouth MSC in Coaching.
To find out more about Trevor’s work check out his websites below: