Past Events

November 2014

Sprout: How to grow your own leaders
Speaker:
Richard Gerver
Wed, 12 Nov 2014
Managers and leaders at all levels need to be carefully nurtured, given the space they need to thrive and grow. In this highly engaging session, Richard Gerver shares his insights and strategies into developing leadership in the people you work with every day. His background in education provides a fresh perspective on talent and development in business.
Personal Impact: How to make friends and interest people
Speaker:
Neil Mullarkey
Wed, 12 Nov 2014
The ability to engage and influence others is the greatest weapon in anybody’s personal and professional armoury. Yet, communicating with genuine impact is no easy task. At this event, Neil Mullarkey looks at communication in a new way and reveals the tools you need to connect with confidence and intuition.
Be the Best: The chimp mind management model
Speaker:
Steve Peters
Thu, 6 Nov 2014
Professor Steve Peters, the psychiatrist who coached the British Cycling team, presents his Chimp Mind Management Model. The model makes seemingly complex concepts about the brain extraordinarily simple. Steve shares practical skills that will help you remove and understand your fears to lead a happier, more successful life.
Mandela: Authentic leadership
Speaker:
René Carayol
Thu, 6 Nov 2014
Nelson Mandela stood for a special kind of leadership. He was able to put the needs of all his people, of all races, ahead of any personal or political agenda. In this thought-provoking session, René Carayol explores what we can learn from Mandela’s example, his clarity of vision, purpose and ability to engage with all constituencies – friend or foe.