Adam Pacifico is Chief Learning Officer at PCA, barrister and co-author of ‘The Leader’s Secret Code‘.
He has personally trained over 40,000 people nationally and internationally in leadership, decision making in uncertainty, impact, influence and persuasion strategies.
Adam was also the European MD of Duke Corporate Education (part of Duke University). The corporation was ranked in the global top 3 for the last 18 years for custom executive leadership education.
For three years Adam was the Duke lead for the Google Global Business Academy working in London, Dublin, New York, Chicago and Mountain View.
Adam has a thorough understanding of organisational development through leading transformational and sustainable change within global businesses.
He regularly works with senior leadership teams on large scale and complex global leadership solutions across disciplines, geographies and talent levels.
Adam Pacifico – Keynote Speaker
As a keynote speaker, Adam gets his audience thinking about how to unlock “The Leader’s Secret Code” based on the research, interviews and findings of his latest book with key transferable insights.
His keynotes also focus on high stakes communication using his experience from crime scene to courtroom, how leadership for a better world starts with inclusivity and radical collaboration based on his time and work with Silicon Valley start-ups and tech giants and the power of humble enquiry.
Adam Pacifico has delivered to leaders working in Google, Microsoft, Ageas, HSBC, Rolls-Royce, Astra-Zeneca, UCB Pharma, Goldman Sachs, Nilfisk, Huhtamaki Olayan (Saudi Arabia), Qatar Leadership Centre, Amazon, Deutsche Telecom, Prime Minister’s Office of Abu Dhabi, Tottenham Hotspur FC, Nike, CFA UK, Generali, MTV, QBE, Royal College of Surgeons, Roche, Standard Chartered Bank, Tata Steel, UBS, Unilever, British Gas, Statoil, CRH, Bar Standards Board, The Law Society , International Criminal Court, The Home Office and all 43 UK police forces.
Strange but true: Adam took six years from his legal career to become a police officer with the Metropolitan Police working within the robbery, gang and covert drugs units.
He received the Law Society’s “Excellence in Training” award in 2011 for project ‘Immerse’ and the Legal Education Training Group’s “Best Use of Technology” award in 2012.
Furthermore, Adam was awarded two Chief Superintendent’s Commendations.