Fred Swaniker in conversation with Bracken Darrell (Zoom)


Thursday, May 6, 2021


1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EAT

The Pathway, a new global leadership conversation series hosted by Fred Swaniker (one of Time Magazine’s 2019 ‘100 Most Influential people’), welcomes outstanding global leaders to share the pathways of their success with the next generation of innovators, disruptors, entrepreneurs and leaders from around the world. The Pathway aims to demystify the road to success by uncovering the milestones, failures, relationships, and untold serendipity that has enabled the trajectory of the world’s greatest leaders.


What makes for a transformational leader? While many may claim to be transformational in their leadership style, stories of individuals who have been successful in driving true change efforts are exceptionally rare.

Bracken Darrell, the visionary President and CEO of multinational technology firm Logitech, has led the growth and reinvention of iconic brands such as Old Spice, Gillette, Braun and Whirlpool. Since taking on his role at Logitech, he has transformed the company through a revolutionary design-centric approach. His bold and innovative strategies have resulted in an organisation that is now worth 15 times more than when he started.

Sharing insights and learnings from his remarkable career, Bracken will open up about the people and experiences that have impacted his leadership journey, from his student days to heading up one of the largest hardware companies in the world.

Don’t miss out on what promises to be a riveting conversation!

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I believe that those of us who are privileged enough to be educated, healthy, and part of powerful networks should not be doing easy things. The only way to justify our privilege is to do the hard things that society demands of us — to solve tough problems and create opportunities for others. I launched The Room to bring the most ambitious ‘doers’ together to do these hard things that will change the world. I welcome you to be a part of our story and join this global community as we make history together.

Fred Swaniker