Keynote Speaker

Always a crowd favourite, Congress keynote presentations inspire, motivate and delight!

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2019 Keynote Speaker

Jamil Qureshi Head Shot

Jamil Qureshi
Monday, 13 May
9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Keynote presentation: “The Disruptive Leader”

"A truly captivating speaker who was genuinely inspirational"

- Andrew House, previously Global CEO Interactive, Sony Corporation

Speaker Snapshot

  • Renowned psychologist and performance coach who has helped top performers in sport and business to reach new heights
  • Dynamic and thought-provoking entrepreneur whose experience with the world’s elite has given him a unique insight into “the difference that makes a difference”
  • Lecturer and world-recognised speaker with an inspiring yet practical approach

About Jamil Qureshi

Jamil is an internationally recognised speaker and facilitator specialising in the mindset and attitude for high performance. His specialist areas include the psychology of performance and leadership, leadership attitudes, improving people, cultural change techniques and employee engagement.

Jamil first came to prominence when the European Ryder Cup team appointed him as its first-ever official golf psychologist in 2006. Since then, he’s applied his practical approach to help some of the world’s most successful people to perform even better. He’s worked with English Premiership football clubs, Formula 1 racing drivers, England cricketers, fighter pilots and medical teams. And through his work with the likes of Coca Cola, Hewlett Packard, Emirates Airlines, Serco and Orange, he’s helped executives and their teams to fulfil their potential. 

As a speaker and lecturer, Jamil has delivered more than 1,000 talks and seminars to global clients in 24 different countries. He’s also lectured widely at business schools in the US, UK and China. In his speaking sessions, he shares practical insights into the psychology of achieving high performance as an individual or team. His talks are fun, sometimes interactive and always thought-provoking.