Ben Hines

Founder & Director of Moving Performance, Former Area Manager, Head of Liability & Asset Product Management for Barclays

How to hire Ben Hines

Contact the Champions Speakers agency to provisionally enquire about Ben Hines for your event today. Simply call a booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

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Ben's official speaking topics are listed below:

  • Change Management - Change Can Be Difficult 
  • Effective Communication - Communication is the Heart of Good Business 
  • Leadership Growth - You're Under the Pressure of Expectation to Perform 
  • Team Development - Teamwork is Essential to Business Success 
  • Emotional Awareness - The Nuance is as Important as the Note
  • Vision Creation - There's No Sound Without a Score 

Ben is often booked to appear at a range of corporate events, read his latest feedback below.

"You sometimes meet people who have passion coming out of every pore, but not often. To meet someone like this, whose passion is to help others, is unique in my experience. It is for this reason that I have no hesitation in recommending Ben to anyone who wants help in building their team. A talented musician, a far-sighted facilitator with a clear vision of how to help other people makes him someone you should speak to" - Associate Course Director, The Leadership Trust

"Ben and his team are AMAZING! Their ability to quickly understand, simplify and orchestrate a 500 person team toward a common cultural mission was beyond my expectations! In 90 minutes, they took us out of our comfort zone and the outcome was a mindset of a FASTER, SIMPLER and TOGETHER Cisco IT - with a recording that I can¹t get out of my head. : ) Thank you Ben and Team!!" - Cisco

"Compose a piece of music? But we work in IT! We ‘faced the music’ with Moving Performance to discover new team dynamics that previously had evaded us in the 9 to 5 workplace. Team building has never been so engaging drawing out raw passion and emotion amongst the group that would otherwise have laid dormant. A unique experience! Encore!" - Head of Account Delivery, Accenture

"I recently attended Know the Score®, using music as a metaphor for leadership at the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It was the most incredible experience I have had on a leadership learning day. The way Ben and the team intertwines music and contextualise it with business is superb and leaves you with a wow factor. The boring sporting analogies are a thing of the past... As a result of my first experience, I asked Ben to facilitate a leadership piece at the Callcredit Management Conference focused on Collaboration, Agility and Innovation. The result was stunning and attendees are still talking about the experience weeks later, I would suggest the output will live on in our organisation for a long time to come. If you are looking to develop your leaders or managers and want a truly world-class unforgettable experience to speak to Ben" - Chief Operating Officer, Callcredit Information Group

"Ben has an amazing ability to bond teams around a cause through music. It really needs to be experienced to be believed and understood. It is beautiful, uplifting and long-lasting. Ben has a very special gift that he is generous enough to share" - Rene Carayol MBE

  • 2009 - Founder & Director of Moving Performance & Business Advisor for Young Enterprise UK 
  • 2007 - Head of Global Product Management for CPA Global 
  • 2005 - Area Manager of Business Banking for Barclays 
  • 2002 - Head of Liability and Asset Product Management for Barclays Africa & Middle East 
  • 2001 - Product Manager in International Savings for Barclays 
  • 1997 - Graduate of the Development Programme at Barclays 
  • 1993 - Teacher at St. Andrew's School