Past Events

September 2009

Quality, Quality, Quality: Why quality is so important
Speaker:
Gordon Ramsay
Thu, 17 Sep 2009
Gordon Ramsay applies his meticulous Michelin star standards not just to his food but to the management of people across his global restaurant group. At this event, he explains why talent is by far the most important ingredient in business and how continuous development lets his dynamic young leaders shine.
The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the business of life
Speaker:
Alice Schroeder
Thu, 17 Sep 2009
This event offers an insight into the remarkable life of Warren Buffet from his handpicked biographer, Alice Schroeder. Having spent more than 2,000 hours interviewing him, Alice delves into Warren’s obsession with accumulating wealth and explores his incredible investment successes.
Still in Search of Excellence: Unique thinking and inspiration
Speaker:
Tom Peters
Thu, 3 Sep 2009
At this event, Tom Peters explains why we should shift our focus away from ROI and spend more time on ROIR: Return on Investments in Relationships. Business leaders should get to know new people in the organisation continuously, seeking out new internal customers and vendors.
HR Excellence: It's all about your talent
Speaker:
Tom Peters
Thu, 3 Sep 2009
Tom Peters explains why we should shift our focus away from ROI and spend more time on ROIR: Rreturn on Investments in Relationships. Ultimately, what's most important is showing a genuine interest in your staff and making the people around you feel valued.
Still in Search of Excellence: Unique thinking and inspiration
Speaker:
Tom Peters
Wed, 2 Sep 2009
At this event, Tom Peters explains why we should shift our focus away from ROI and spend more time on ROIR: Return on Investments in Relationships. Business leaders should get to know new people in the organisation continuously, seeking out new internal customers and vendors.
Still in Search of Excellence: Unique thinking and inspiration
Speaker:
Tom Peters
Tue, 1 Sep 2009
At this event, Tom Peters explains why we should shift our focus away from ROI and spend more time on ROIR: Return on Investments in Relationships. Business leaders should get to know new people in the organisation continuously, seeking out new internal customers and vendors.