Sam is passionate about seeing the best in leaders. He is a visionary global leader, leadership advisor, author, researcher and an impact entrepreneurbased in the United Kingdom. Samuel is a multi-awardwinning member of the British Armed Forces, an International Bestselling author of the book Leavers To Leaders, which has reached an Amazon #1 bestseller in the UK, USA, Australia and Canada. He is the CEO of TriAtisGlobal, a UK based international learning and development organisation specialising in career & leadership development in 3 continents to keep Leaders relevant, rigorous and responsive. He is an Inspirational Keynote Speaker on various topics including the‘3 L.O.S of Leadership’ & the ‘Leaders Operating System’.Born in Mauritius, Samuel grew up during a time of sugar cane plantation from a working class family and speaks English, Creole and fluent French. Samuel used his passion to reinvent himself and continuouslyimprove his transitional journey. Now he’s ready to put his considerable focus on a new mission: to elevate the lives of thousands of others who are frustrated, undervalued and overlooked.
Samuel is the presenter of the L.O.S Cast, a series of talks at Southampton Business School, University of Southampton with academics, business leaders & thought leaders on change, strategy and leadership in a world with continuous disruption & dislocation. An award winning entrepreneur, he is the creator of the ‘Leaders Operating System‘ featured in the book ‘Leavers To Leaders’ now available in 17 countries. He has over 20 years of experience having engaged and lead across government, business, military and the 3rd sector.In 2014, he founded TriExForces, a team of highly effective former military leaders who are deployed to develop teams and impact organisations across a wide range of sectors. TheLeavers To Leaders award, is a new national award launched in 2020 by Samuel in partnership with the Veterans Award for British veterans who are impacting organisations in England, Wales & Scotland, the winners get to join his yearly conference in the UK.