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Class #18 – graduation and investor evening

CEO class write-up – Gautam Kumar The Startup Leadership Program (SLP) is a peer-led accelerator/leadership programme that draws on the network and experience of its fellows, alumni and the programme trustees and organisers.   Organising the Demo Day/Investor’s Evening was a great pleasure. It was a day to celebrate the journey we have been on Read more about Class #18 – graduation and investor evening[…]

Valuations – class #14

Guest post from class CEO Ivelina Delcheva I am a fellow of the Startup Leadership Program 2017/2018 – London. SLP describes itself as a 6 months acceleration to boost founders, leaders and innovators and their startup. The Program is designed as a “peer-to-peer” training and each fellow actively participates in the learning experience. At the beginning of Read more about Valuations – class #14[…]

SLP Class #13 – Negotiation Workshop

A guest post by Max Desiatov. SLP is a peer to peer based education program. Each fellow gets the opportunity to run a class taking the role as class CEO. The program team mentor and support us with entrepreneurial learning. Recently I ran the class focused on negotiation. This was a great learning experience for me (and Read more about SLP Class #13 – Negotiation Workshop[…]

Co-founder Conflict and Founder Wellness; Class #12

A guest post from Rumbi Pfende I’m a Fellow in the 2017/18 cohort of the Startup Leadership Programme, and honestly when I was selected I wasn’t quite sure what to expect – especially as the cornerstone of the learning process (apart from mentorship, support and access to amazing thought leaders) is delivering one class on Read more about Co-founder Conflict and Founder Wellness; Class #12[…]

Leading by Learning with the Startup Leadership Program; Class #11

A guest post by Virginia Dooley. In October, during the new cohort’s orientation, SLP fellows were asked to choose a session topic to deliver to our peers. I quickly leapt at the opportunity to lead the “giving back” session. After a career in international development and philanthropy, it was a familiar topic in a sea Read more about Leading by Learning with the Startup Leadership Program; Class #11[…]

Managing Boards: shared values, mixed skill sets and sentiments – Class #10

Guest post from Sam Meikle, class CEO. This week I ran the 10th peer lead class, our class on Managing Boards. We focussed on how boards can support an early stage startup. There were two parts of the class: (1) a Q&A panel with entrepreneurs and a board member; (2) a board simulation where my class Read more about Managing Boards: shared values, mixed skill sets and sentiments – Class #10[…]

Great advice for SLP class CEOs on helping get the best from speakers

This is great input from SLP New York on how, as a class CEO, you can actively manage your spearers and structure of your class.   Thanks to Dmitry Koltunov. While speaking to a few fellows reflecting on 2017 one thing came up a few times, that some of the speakers were not that great. Read more about Great advice for SLP class CEOs on helping get the best from speakers[…]

The Responsibility of the Leader – class #8

A guest post from class CEO Stacie Graham. I am currently a fellow in the Startup Leadership Program – London. SLP describes itself as highly selective, global, world-class training program and lifelong global network for outstanding founders, leaders and innovators who want to become startup CEOs. At the beginning of the program each fellow selected a Read more about The Responsibility of the Leader – class #8[…]