Learning to be Creative
Sir Ken Robinson defines creativity at the London Business Forum.
Chris Baréz-Brown - Wake Up!
How to make the most of your time and energy
Ben Renshaw - Lead with Purpose
What is your purpose? Ben Renshaw explains how knowing what drives you can be extremely powerful in work and life. Your purpose will marry your talent with your passion and, if you follow your purpose, you will inspire others and be a better leader.
Andy Reid - Grit
Andy Reid talks about how to have the right attitude and focus on what we can control, not dwell on what we can’t. He reveals how goal setting has helped him overcome extreme adversity and achieve the seemingly impossible.
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.
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.
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.