Past Events

October 2014

Great Presentations: How to make people remember what you say
Speaker:
Philip Collins
Thu, 23 Oct 2014
Like it or loathe it, public speaking is something almost all business executives have to do. Philip Collins, former chief speech writer to Tony Blair, knows exactly what is needed to give a storming speech. Philip shares his six simple steps and practical examples for crafting perfect speeches and inspiring people to remember what you say.
Powerful Presentations: A beginner's guide to brilliance
Speaker:
Steve McDermott
Wed, 15 Oct 2014
At this event, Steve McDermott introduces techniques you can use straight away to overcome your fears and present with confidence. A successful motivational speaker himself, Steve demonstrates how you can create a powerful start and finish to your presentations, captivate your audience and make them remember your key points.
Sort Your Brain Out: How to work smarter
Speakers:
Adrian Webster
Jack Lewis
Wed, 15 Oct 2014
Our brains are constantly rewiring their 160 billion cells, continually changing the way we think. This adaptability means that we can change the way our brains work – for the better. At this event, Adrian Webster and Dr Jack Lewis look at how you can re-wire your brain to think more creatively, keep your memory sharp and work better on a daily basis.
Get It Done: How to be a Productivity Ninja
Speaker:
Graham Allcott
Tue, 7 Oct 2014
At this event, Graham Allcott shows how to be Productivity Ninja – someone who is calm, prepared and skilled at dealing with the enemy that is information overload. Founder of Think Productive, Graham shares techniques on how to keep your inbox at zero, develop to-do lists that really work and transform meetings so your team are instantly more productive.
Customer Experience 2014: Creating a customer legend
Speaker:
Nigel Barlow
Tue, 7 Oct 2014
Most businesses want to be known for offering outstanding experiences to their customers but it’s only the truly innovative ones that achieve this. Drawing on original examples and unique first-hand insights, Nigel Barlow explores what makes a memorable, fresh and exciting customer experience.