LSE Leadership Series

The LSE community is characterised by its diversity, its intellectual rigour and its commitment to providing informed opinion and insight through a broad range of political, cultural and national perspectives.

Launching in 2017, the LSE Leadership Series will connect you to the world’s thought leaders –including LSE Faculty– who will share their expertise and unique experiences with the LSE alumni community. The series will explore a range of key topical themes, including global politics, leadership, climate change, global health and entrepreneurship.

Each Leadership Lecture will be live streamed and the recordings will be available on the alumni website shortly afterwards, ensuring you can access the thought-provoking discussions your alma mater is renowned for wherever you are in the world.

Sir Stelios on Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy

Serial entrepreneur Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou (BSc Econ Industry & Trade 1987), best known for creating easyJet, returns to the School to discuss the changing nature of entrepreneurship, building a pan-European brand, giving back to society and what the next generation of entrepreneurs need to know.

Series Launch: LSE on Brexit 

Seven months on since the UK Referendum result in favour of leaving the European Union, LSE alumni were invited back to the School to discuss the unprecedented challenges and opportunities that Brexit presents to the UK, Europe and the wider world.