LeadersIn showcases the inspiring leadership and success philosophies of some of the world’s most senior leaders, thinkers, CEOs and entrepreneurs. 

LeadersIn shares unique videos and podcasts aimed at inspiring current and future leaders to reach their full potential – all for free. Live LeadersIn daytime and evening events bring leadership wisdom directly to those aspiring to succeed. 


There’s nothing like learning from those who have actually succeeded, those that have rolled up their sleeves, fought in the battleground of business, and won. It’s these people that have the golden empirical lessons learned from achieving success, not just talking about achieving it. After all, the best teachers are those that have already been where you’re trying to go.

At LeadersIn we interview these people and share their interviews with our global community. Some of our interviews are held in our studios, others are in front of a crowd – so be sure to keep an eye out for our live events.

All our 500+ leadership videos are free to view and you can sort them by leader or by topic of interest (i.e. emotional intelligence, innovation and many more). 

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For sponsorship opportunities please contact Scott McCartney in London. 

Scott.McCartney@informa.com
+44(0) 207 017 4004
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About the Founder & CEO

Anthony Gell is the Founder & CEO of LeadersIn. He is the author of The Book of Leadership (2014/15 Hachette Group); a book which reveals the leadership habits of the world’s most admired CEOs, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Before launching LeadersIn, Anthony was the Regional CEO of a global publishing and conference company with P&L responsibility spanning eight countries.

For LeadersIn, Anthony has interviewed some of the most famous business leaders in the world, and some of the coolest people on the planet.

He is an avid public speaker and has been asked to interview business leaders at many leading institutions including London Business School and Imperial College, London. Anthony loves business books, so if you’re ever at a dinner party with him, you may or may not want to sit next to him.