Past Events

September 2019

Innovation Made Easy: How to execute great ideas
Speaker:
Tendayi Viki
Tue, 24 Sep 2019
Tendayi Viki presents his innovation playbook and reveals how large businesses can innovate like startups without having to act like them. With methods and tools to develop ideas, test them and make them happen, Tendayi shows how anyone can become a great innovator. Discover lessons from lean startup, agile development and design thinking to transform your business.
Coaching Excellence: How to inspire peak performance
Speaker:
Ben Ryan
Tue, 24 Sep 2019
Ben Ryan tells the story of how he led the Fiji Sevens with precious little budget and only the most basic of facilities to their country’s first gold medal at the Rio Olympic games. He explores the leadership, collaboration, teamwork, communication and culture required to inspire peak performance. Ben reveals his winning coaching techniques and explains that with the right tools, you too can lead your team to success.
Mind Mapping: Unlock the potential of your brain
Speaker:
David Thomas
Tue, 10 Sep 2019
David Thomas explores Mind Maps, a powerful graphic technique that provides a universal key to unlock the potential of the brain and explains how the process works. It harnesses the full range of cortical skills – word, image, number, logic, rhythm, colour and spatial awareness – in a single, powerful way to boost creative thinking. He reveals how to use your mind more effectively to be better organised, more efficient, focused and capable of more brilliant ideas that ever before.
Confidence HIIT: Get what you want by living fearlessly
Speaker:
Farrah Storr
Tue, 10 Sep 2019
Farrah Storr explains that if you want to reach your full potential, you’ll have to step out of your comfort zone. She reveals how the cost of a ‘comfortable’ world can be devastating – killing creativity, deadening ambition and making us fearful of change and the unknown. Instead she suggests that discomfort, the very thing we try to avoid, can in fact be the secret to success. Some of history’s greatest successes are a result of individuals stepping into their discomfort zones.