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March 2018

The Chimp Paradox: Mind management made easy
Speaker:
Steve Peters
Thu, 8 Mar 2018
Professor Steve Peters explains the struggle that takes place within your mind and reveals how to apply this understanding to every area of your life. He applies the Chimp Model to the world of work, helping you to get the best out of yourself, as well as out of your work colleagues, partners, customers and clients. Discover how to better understand yourself and others, communicate more effectively, plan for success and manage the challenges and pressures of working in the 21st century.
The 7 Habits: Of highly effective people
Speaker:
Tim Threipland
Thu, 8 Mar 2018
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is one of the bestselling business books of all time. Written by Stephen R. Covey in 1989, it has sold 25 million copies worldwide. This 7 Habits session aligns timeless principles of effectiveness with modern technology and practices. Senior FanklinCovey Consultant, Tim Threipland frames the 7 Habits in today’s context. With its unique inside-out approach to leadership he explored how the 7 Habits remain universal tools you can apply every day.

February 2018

Yes: Secrets from the science of persuasion
Speaker:
Steve Martin
Tue, 27 Feb 2018
Steve Martin reveals how small changes can make a big difference to your powers of persuasion. Based on decades of research into the psychology of persuasion, Steve offers new and intriguing insights into how to be persuasive both inside and outside of your organisation.
Creativity: How to get your creative juices flowing
Speaker:
Rod Judkins
Tue, 27 Feb 2018
Rod Judkins discusses how our ability to succeed personally and professionally is tied to our ability to think creatively. He explores how to be adaptable and open minded as well as a problem solver, communicator and inventor.

January 2018

Grit: How to go from ordinary to extraordinary
Speaker:
Andy Reid
Tue, 23 Jan 2018
Andy Reid talks about how to have the right attitude and focus on what we can control, not dwell on what we can’t. He explores how grit can help you achieve anything even in the face of extreme adversity and how we are all capable of going from ordinary to extraordinary.
Memory Masterclass: 7 ways to remember more
Speaker:
David Thomas
Tue, 23 Jan 2018
David Thomas shares easy to master strategies that anyone can use to improve their memory. He explores how to improve concentration, organise your thoughts, and recall information quickly, accurately and with confidence.
Powerful Presentations: How to speak so people really listen
Speaker:
Paul McGee
Tue, 16 Jan 2018
Paul McGee reveals how to speak so people really listen; a vital skill that can have a huge impact on your career and personal success. He lists common mistakes made by speakers and presenters and more importantly, gives tips on how to avoid them.
Wake Up: How to make the most of your time and energy
Speaker:
Chris Baréz-Brown
Tue, 16 Jan 2018
Chris Baréz-Brown reveals how to Wake Up! and live a more conscious, productive and inspired life. He shares a series of activities designed to get us off autopilot, engage with the world and make the most of our energy. The session is full of practical ideas to be more positive and make the most of our precious time.

October 2017

SPIKE: The power of strengths-based leadership
Speaker:
René Carayol
Tue, 31 Oct 2017
The world’s best leaders, from Bill Clinton to Richard Branson, aren’t flawless ‘all-rounders’. They have two or three outstanding strengths - Spikes. They expose, exploit and capitalise on these to set them apart from the rest. At this event, René Carayol explores why the leaders and organisations who focus on their Spikes do better than those who focus on their weaknesses.
High Flyers: How to help people take off
Speaker:
Adrian Furnham
Tue, 31 Oct 2017
Based on the latest scientific evidence and applied research, Adrian Furnham offers a practical guide to understanding potential to create a high flying workforce. Learn how to spot and develop able, motivated and talented people who are capable of exceptional performance now and in the future.

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