Sir Ken Robinson - Talent
"Talent is often very deep," says Sir Ken Robinson. It's no good just looking for it, you also have to create the conditions for it to develop. In this clip Sir Ken illustrates this with an anecdote about The Beatles.
Julia Hobsbawm - Modern Networking
Julia Hobsbawm reveals how the way we network and manage our connections has a big impact on our wellbeing. There is a healthy way to network and Julia reveals how to boost our social health by taking back control of our knowledge, networks and time.
Alan Watkins - Brilliant Leadership
Dr Alan Watkins tells the London Business Forum how we can regain control of our biology in order to perform better under pressure. His tips are great for leaders at all levels.
Kirk Vallis - People Power
Kirk Vallis is on a mission to ensure that human beings receive fair credit for our part in all the creativity that happens in the world. Kirk suggests how to create the right conditions for creativity and make great things happen.
Cary Cooper - Workplace Wellbeing
Cary Cooper is leading the movement to improve workplace wellness and it's no longer a 'nice-to-have' but a must-have. Find out why the health and wellbeing of your people is fundamental to the success of your organisation.
Caroline Goyder - Gravitas
Caroline Goyder tells the London Business Forum what we can do to have more gravitas. It's a crucial skill in business to ensure you make an impact during a meeting, in presentations and with your colleagues when you need to be heard.
Andrew McMillan - Customer Excellence
Customer experience reflects a company’s internal culture, personality and brand. Andrew McMillan offers six steps to help your people deliver great customer experiences. It starts with happy and engaged employees.