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September 2019

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.

June 2019

Presentation Secrets: How to win hearts and minds
Speaker:
Simon Lancaster
Tue, 11 Jun 2019
You cannot be a great leader without being a great communicator. If you want to engage people, you need to speak to their emotions. Simon provides practical tips for effective communication. He looks at the ancient craft of storytelling, the subtle art of language as well as the cues and signals that still determine who reaches the top in politics and business today.
Happy Employees: Danish insights into why happiness is good for business
Speaker:
Malene Rydahl
Tue, 11 Jun 2019
Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world. Malene Rydahl reveals why they consistently rank highly and how workplaces should focus on trust, freedom and purpose. Danish management has remarkably positive effects in terms of productivity, creativity, involvement and loyalty in a world in which firms are fighting for the best talent.

May 2019

Trillion Dollar Coach: Leadership Lessons from Silicon Valley
Speaker:
Eric Schmidt
Tue, 14 May 2019
Behind every great leader, is a great coach. At this unique event, Google's former CEO, Eric Schmidt is joined by Alan Eagle and Jonathan Rosenberg to describe the transformational effect of their coach, Bill Campbell. Bill was the secret force who worked with companies such as Google, Apple and Intuit. Mentoring business leaders, including Steve Jobs, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt to create over a trillion dollars in market value. Find out why coaching is so important, no matter how senior you are, and how forward-thinking business leaders can use coaching techniques to create high performing teams who are both passionate and successful.
Attitude: How to make positive choices
Speaker:
Simon Tyler
Tue, 14 May 2019
Simon Tyler explores why successful people tend to have a great attitude and how it’s all too easy to find ourselves locked into negative habits, patterns and behaviours. He explains that we all have a choice, especially when it comes to our attitude towards people, situations and outcomes. Find out how we can shift our attitudes to create positive change and outcomes in our work and personal lives.
Motivate: How to go from ordinary to extraordinary
Speaker:
Adrian Webster
Tue, 14 May 2019
What is it you want from a leader? Someone who cares, gives you time and is human. Adrian Webster helps leaders and managers understand the best ways to engage teams of people. Find out how to conquer complacency and transform your colleagues into a happy, winning crew. With a few tiny changes, you'll be able to motivate everyday people to deliver extraordinary results.

April 2019

The Power of Purpose: How to exceed expectations
Speaker:
Richard Gerver
Tue, 2 Apr 2019
Purpose can have a transformational effect on performance and results. As a leader, it is also one of the best ways to build trust. If you empower people and make them feel valued, then you'll be respected. Richard shares his ideas on purpose and why it's so important to share a simple, tangible, powerful vision. If you spend time sharing ideas, creating micro-projects and broadening your perspective, you can get the best out of yourself and those you lead.
Crazy Busy: Do more in a day than others do in a week
Speaker:
Zena Everett
Tue, 2 Apr 2019
Busy is fine, but Crazy Busy isn't fine. With constant distractions and interruptions, it's difficult to match our time to our tasks and get things done. Zena shares daily steps to help you master your inbox. As well as a new set of rules for meetings, she explores how to focus on priority tasks; communicate more effectively; be prepared to say no sometimes; improve your personal effectiveness and go home earlier, with more stuff done.

March 2019

Lessons in Leadership: 12 things every leader needs to know
Speaker:
John Adair
Tue, 12 Mar 2019
After a lifetime of examining leadership John Adair distilled his experience into 12 key concepts which included the art of sharing decisions; integrity; warmth and humanity; and practical wisdom. He explains that leadership and change go hand in hand but during times of change, the basic building blocks of leadership remain the same whether you’re leading a team of five or 5,000.

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