Jamil Qureshi is one of today’s foremost practitioners of performance enhancing psychology and is an expert in high performing teams.

Jamil has enjoyed working with a rich diversity of the most talented business and sports people and teams in the world, helping six people on their journey to become world number one. Ranked among the most influential men in British sport, Jamil brings a wealth of experience, insightful content and humour to Leadership First

In business and industry Jamil has worked with a range of people from CEO and board level to middle management in a variety of sectors. He has developed and delivered management and leadership programmes at board level for leading companies including Coca Cola, Hewlett Packard and Emirates Airlines, and also led teams responsible for change management in several high profile areas.

Jamil was instrumental in pioneering Leadership First in partnership with Identify Group and is a director at Shirley Parsons, one of the group companies. Jamil also lectures on the prestigious World Program, in the US, UK and China, and has delivered speeches for audiences which have included two former U.S. presidents.


Joining Jamil Qureshi are a variety of guest speakers. Find out more about our latest contributor, BAFTA Award winning screenwriter, Tim Reid.

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We’re excited to announce that our next invite-only event will feature a workshop facilitated by Tim Reid.

Tim has spent over 25 years working with some of the world's most creative organisations, including ?What If!, McCann Erickson and the BBC, as an inventor, writer, planner and leader. Tim’s energy and fresh approach has helped many clients (from Carling to Coca-Cola, Danone to Durex) re-imagine the future and enabled hundreds of teams across the world re-ignite their own creative potential. Tim coaches, trains and leads teams to think more creatively, be more innovative and have bigger and better ideas. And when he’s not helping people tune up their own creativity, he’s writing scripts for TV, Radio and screenplays. His 2015 BBC One sitcom Car Share, directed by and starring Peter Kay, became the biggest British sitcom to premiere on any channel since 2011, and won a shelf-load of awards, including the BAFTA for best scripted comedy.