How to Diversify Your Company and Provide Inspiring Jobs

1-day Seminar
1st October, 2019
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Seminar Overview

It is time to diversify the economy and your company. It is past time to find a way to get disengaged employees inspired towards work hard and give their full attention.
In this seminar you will learn about this way of thinking and may discover that you are an intrapreneur. Or you may recognize intrapreneurial employees and know how to create a better team as well as coaching them. The seminar will alternate between short talks on the stage and discussions at your table.

  • We’ll tell you the principles that 3M used to create the culture that released Art Fry to perform his intrapreneurial acrobatics. Despite overwhelming obstacles, he made Post-it’s® a success.
  • We’ll show you how Northern Gas Networks went from the bottom to the top of its industry in everything from financial results to safety.
  • We’ll show you how to tell the real intrapreneurs from the pretenders.
  • We will show you ways to motivate the disengaged employees with a variety of intrapreneurial opportunities and giving their best effort.


Gifford Pinchot III and his wife coined the term “Intrapreneur” in 1978. His first book about intrapreneuring was published in 1985, it was a New York Times bestseller and published in 15 languages. He went on to consult about intrapreneurship with over half of the Fortune 100 and many international organizations.

Since 1983, Gifford and Libba have led Pinchot & Company, a consulting and training business, which has served half of the Fortune 100 and helped them launch over 700 new products and businesses.

Mr. Pinchot has received numerous awards among them, Executive Excellence ranking him number 32 amongst the top 100 leadership thinkers. As well as an honorary Doctorate of Law from U. of Puget Sound. In 2009, he was awarded the Olympus Lifetime Education Award. And in 2010, they were both named Purpose Prize fellows.

Gifford graduated from Harvard University in 1965 with an honors degree in Economics.


Gareth has over 20 years of experience as a Senior Manager and Director within the power and gas industries before moving to help set up a consultancy which built an unrivalled reputation in delivering leadership capacity, customer excellence and creative ways of working.

Gareth is an executive coach and mentor, working with board level directors in several private and public organizations. Including those in the NHS, Government Office, O2, The Big Lottery and Npower.

Mr. Bullen is an Executive Director of the International Business Network as well that brings together more than 4000 Diplomats and Politicians around the world for the purpose of building cultural tolerance and global commerce.

Program Outline

  • An intrapreneurial organization.
  • Corporate renewal with intrapreneurship.
  • How to select which innovations to support.
  • The role of management sponsors.
  • Using Intrapreneurship to cut costs.
  • Intrapreneuring for getting the day-to-day work done.
  • Building an intrapreneurial organization.
  • The marketplace for ideas.
  • Millennial Intrapreneurs.
  • Strategic Intrapreneurship.

Learning Outcomes

  • Many ways to use intrapreneurship.
  • How to be a good sponsor of an intrapreneurial team whom you trust.
  • How to tell true intrapreneurs from the posers that venture capitalists and call themselves promoters.
  • How to build an intrapreneurial organization.
  • Some facilitation tricks you can use to enliven your meetings.
  • Some great stories you can use to explain intrapreneurship to others.