Past Events

November 2008

Don't Be Needy, Be Succeedy: The A to Zee of motivitality
Speakers:
Neil Mullarkey
L Vaughan Spencer
Tue, 25 Nov 2008
This event features gangsta motivator L. Vaughan Spencer and the man behind his garish orange suit, Neil Mullarkey. Spencer provides some comic relief, while Neil later shows how improvisational comedy gives us the tools for better connecting with others for business success.
Outliers: The story of success
Speaker:
Malcolm Gladwell
Tue, 25 Nov 2008
Do you think that Paul McCartney and John Lennon are geniuses? Think again. According to Malcolm Gladwell, they’re primarily hard workers, who played together so often that they couldn’t be anything but successful. Malcolm argues his 10,000 hour rule is the truth behind most success.
Education, Education, Education: What has happened to all our futures
Speaker:
Richard Gerver
Tue, 4 Nov 2008
Passionate and charismatic, Richard Gerver argues for a radical shift in our education system and looks at the benefits of focusing on creative skills. Children who investigate and explore, are the ones who grow up to be independent and resilient, offering a better future talent pool for business.
5* Customer Experience, 1* Budget: Delight your customers on a shoestring budget
Speaker:
Michael Heppell
Tue, 4 Nov 2008
Customers are coming to expect more than ever but it need not cost you the earth to meet their expectations. Michael Heppell asks us to recall our best experiences as customers, then to estimate how much these acts of good service cost - the highest sum mentioned is just £100.
How to Be Brilliant: The ultimate personal development experience
Speaker:
Michael Heppell
Tue, 4 Nov 2008
For many of us, good really isn’t good enough. We want to be the best we can be and seize every opportunity with energy and enthusiasm. At this motivational event, celebrating the 10th anniversary of How to Be Brilliant, Michael Heppell shares practical techniques for embracing every day and every opportunity with positivity, energy and enthusiasm.