At the invitation of the Society of Leadership Fellows, Adrian Mutton, founder & CEO of Sannam S4 Group, has become a fellow of the Society.
St George’s House, Windsor Castle, founded by HRH Prince Philip in 1966 is a place where people of influence and responsibility in every area of society come together to explore and communicate their views and analysis of contemporary issues. Exemplary leadership is central to the well-being of any modern society. St George’s House and its forum is perfectly placed to nurture such leadership.
Adrian Mutton has been invited to become one of the 250 global leaders of the Society of Leadership Fellows in recognition of his work leading an international business, Sannam S4 Group, which makes a positive impact on society in the fields of international higher education, the development sector and in partnering with foreign governments to promote mutually prosperous bilateral trade and investment in the corporate sector.
The aim of the Society of Leadership Fellows, part of St Georges House, is to enable individuals in a wide range of leadership positions, to draw on the resources and the space that the House offers within Windsor Castle to support them in their own development as leaders. Membership of the Society is by ‘invitation only’ and is limited to 250 members. The Fellowship community provides members with a number of ways to participate and engage with each other.
Pictured here with Michael Pitfield, Membership Advisor, Society of Leadership Fellows, Adrian had the following to say on receiving such an invitation:
“I am truly honoured to have been invited to join the Society of Leadership Fellows. With hugely impressive leaders from across the public, private and nonprofit sectors, I will relish this opportunity to learn, share and engage with other leaders in their respective fields. HRH Prince Philip left a very strong legacy and a number of guiding principles for others to follow. I will embrace this spirit and of course, be inspired by the inspirational surroundings that St. George’s House uniquely provides within Windsor Castle”.