Past Events

September 2016

Rock Your Presentation: Engage and energise your crowd
Speaker:
Nigel Barlow
Wed, 21 Sep 2016
How do you make your presentations, pitches or speeches more stimulating, interactive, moving and memorable? We all know a good tune has the power to awaken our senses, stir up emotions and lift our mood; the best tunes are unforgettable. Nigel Barlow explores how to achieve the same effect when speaking, ‘rocking up’ your material without sacrificing depth or quality of thinking. Nigel’s top tips help bring presentations to life.
Networking Made Easy: A guide to making meaningful connections
Speaker:
Julia Hobsbawm
Wed, 21 Sep 2016
Networking isn’t just a nice-to-have but a must-have skill for leaders. Creating and interacting with a diverse range of people can be just as critical to success as technical ability. It’s easy to put it off though, even dread it. At this event, Julia Hobsbawm explores the importance of networking and dispels some of the myths. She reveals how to cultivate connections and share knowledge to improve productivity and wellbeing.
Get It Done: How to be a Productivity Ninja
Speaker:
Graham Allcott
Tue, 6 Sep 2016
In this technological age the potential for distraction is endless. Time management is no longer enough. At this event, Graham Allcott shows how to think like a Productivity Ninja – someone who is calm, prepared and skilled at dealing with the enemy that is information overload. Discover how to keep your email inbox at zero, develop to-do lists that really work and transform your meetings so you and your team are instantly more productive.
Why Should Anyone Work Here: How to attract top talent
Speaker:
Gareth Jones
Tue, 6 Sep 2016
Imagine designing the best company on earth to work for... what does that company look like? How would you build and sustain its culture? As a leader, you need to know. With vivid stories and examples from global companies, Gareth Jones illustrates the kind of strong, attractive workplace culture that leads to sustained high performance.