Past Events

November 2015

Model Managers: How to maximise potential
Roman Tschäppeler
Mikael Krogerus
Tue, 10 Nov 2015
Since the dawn of time, humans have had a deeply ingrained love – and fear – of tests. Roman Tschäppeler and Mikael Krogerus have compiled the 66 most important tests, and at this event offer a unique opportunity to test yourself and your colleagues to find out just how brilliant you all might be. Through a whirlwind of diagrams, using only chalk and a blackboard, we try to make sense of some things and make fun of others.
Influential Leadership: Powerful lessons from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Richard Olivier
Tue, 10 Nov 2015
Getting things done in business requires shrewd use of power, politics and influence. Individuals equipped with political intelligence are better placed to achieve their goals. At this event, Richard Olivier draws on lessons from the powerful leaders in Shakespeare’s most political play, Julius Caesar. Offering surprisingly modern insights into managing tough workplace dilemmas, Richard shows how to use the play to assess your leadership abilities and learn new ways to hone these skills for the future.

May 2015

Do It: Why positive action is more powerful than positive thinking
Richard Wiseman
Tue, 12 May 2015
Psychologist Richard Wiseman delivers fast-acting, myth-busting tips on how we can achieve our aims and ambitions. From communication to creativity, resilience to relationships, persuasion to procrastination and mood to motivation, Richard turns conventional self-help on its head.