Past Events

September 2014

D-Day: Insights into leaders and their followers
Speaker:
Keith Grint
Tue, 23 Sep 2014
Marking the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Professor Keith Grint explores the most complex 24 hour operation ever attempted and looks at the relationships between leaders and their followers. Professor of public leadership at Warwick Business School, Keith applies the Allies’ leadership styles to the world of business.
Innocent Ideas: Creativity - here, there, everywhere
Speaker:
Dan Germain
Tue, 23 Sep 2014
Innocent has come up with numerous innovations that have helped it become everyone’s favourite little food and drink company. So what’s their secret and where do all their good ideas come from? Dan Germain, global head of brand and creative, shares his fresh and fun techniques for unlocking your natural creativeness.
How to Be Brilliant: The ultimate personal development experience
Speaker:
Michael Heppell
Wed, 10 Sep 2014
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, Michael Heppell shares practical techniques for embracing every day and every opportunity with positivity, energy and enthusiasm.
The HR Key: Unlocking people, teams and organisations
Speaker:
Lynda Gratton
Wed, 10 Sep 2014
People and teams sit at the very heart of everything in the workplace. What are the most future-proofed organisations doing to get the most out of their people and prepare them for what is to come? Based on over five years of research in her Future of Work Consortium, Lynda Gratton explains her framework for building three types of resilience: emotional, intellectual and social.