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Consul Bragagni attended the St George’s Society Leadership Fellows Dinner  

On Monday, 11th March 2024, the Vicars’ Hall at Windsor Castle hosted the Leadership Fellows Dinner, which was a highly anticipated event attended by the Consul, Prof Maurizo Bragagni Esq OBE. This gathering of the Society of Leadership Fellows showcased the significance of inspiring, challenging, and transforming leadership in our rapidly changing world.

This event was not merely a social gathering; it was an opportunity for leaders to come together, discuss, and develop insights that could shape the future of leadership in various industries and communities.

The event was a remarkable assembly that brought together leaders from various spheres to collaborate and discuss ideas. It demonstrated not only the engagement and enthusiasm of its members but also the importance of recognizing exceptional leadership talents and nurturing them. 

The Vicars’ Hall, with its medieval architecture dating back to 1415, provided a setting filled with grandeur and history. It has hosted numerous historic events, including Shakespeare’s first performance of ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ in 1597 in the presence of Queen Elizabeth. The venue enhanced the atmosphere and instilled a sense of continuity and legacy among the attendees.

Overall, the Leadership Fellows Dinner served as a testament to the Society’s commitment to promoting exceptional leadership and recognizing the vital role it plays in shaping our world.