Keynote Speaker:

 Commercial Airline & ex RAF Pilot









Procurement Matt.jpeg










Click on the icon below to watch a 6 minute edited leadership keynote by Matt



Matt can tailor his keynote speech to cover many of the topics listed above.  He speaks with conviction and enthusiasm about his experiences as an RAF and commercial airline pilot (his current job) and his wealth of experience advising many sectors about human error and risk.  He uses his own stories, case studies and psychological knowledge to look at current corporate issues from an interactive and fascinating angle. From 15 minutes to 1 hour keynote, Matt is as comfortable speaking to an audience of 10 or 1000 delegates.  If you would like an external speaker, from a different industry, to stimulate fresh thinking at your corporate event, then get in touch. 

Procurement 6.jpeg

I am very happy to write this recommendation for Matt Lindley, whom we had a pleasure of welcoming as one of the leading keynote speakers at the World Procurement Congress 2018 in London. Matt performed magnificently and engaged with the audience of over 700 extremely well, no doubt due to his approach, knowledge and experience on the topic, giving our delegates a deep insight into the human error topic and leadership skills. Matt’s session has received fantastic feedback from our delegates and scored a perfect NPS score! On the personal level, he is very affable and we look forward to the possibility of working with him in the future.
— Katya Ushakova, Director World Procurement Leaders
(Matt) came to speak to our colleague network group a few weeks ago and the feedback was extremely strong.... (he) focused on the importance of inclusive leadership and well-being and how these can drive performance at work. His
presentation was honest, open and compelling - I was totally absorbed.
You were incredibly genuine and honest which meant I felt I was going on your journey. It helped me think about people I know personally and question how their leaders and work culture may have impacted them. I left feeling a real responsibility to ensure I looked out for any obstacles, so people to feel secure, valued and respected for being themselves.
Throughout your story, the link was made back to the business environment. Especially the impact we can have as leaders. Having belief in our colleagues was particularly pertinent to me. It showed the importance that a little faith in someone, can impact the rest of their life and therefore what they give back in the work place. It helps you get the most out of your team.
Procuremant leadership pannel.jpeg