Sir Ken Robinson - Out of Our Minds
This event celebrated the release of the revised edition of Sir Ken Robinson's first major book, 'Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative'. Sir Ken explores what has changed and what still needs to be done 10 years after the first edition.
Tim Threipland - 7 Habits
Tim Threipland explains how we can use Stephen Covey's 7 Habits and why they are still relevant today. They are, he explains, a framework on how to navigate our way through life.
David Thomas - Memory Masterclass
David Thomas explains why it pays to master your memory. He reveals a few ways a better memory can help you stand out from the crowd at work - a good memory is a big competitive advantage.
Sahar Hashemi - Disruptive Innovation
Innovation and entrepreneurship aren't personality traits, we are all capable of them. Sahar Hashemi tells us how we can encourage an entrepreneurial spirit in large organisations. Discover three habits you can try today.
Rod Judkins - Creativity
Businesses fail when they keep doing the same old things. The best managers are always looking at ways to improve their business. Artist Rod Judkins suggests some helpful techniques to think more creatively and approach problems differently.
David Pearl - Storytelling
Storytelling is a powerful way to communicate. Sometimes in business, we hold back for fear of being unprofessional. David Pearl explains how the power of story can inspire and create meaning for those you lead, making you more authentic too.
Paul McGee - Powerful Presentations
People often think that to be a good presenter, you also need to be charismatic. Paul McGee explains that knowing your subject and your audience are much more important if you really want people to listen.