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What Conference Delegates Want From A Speaker

As a facilitator and also conference keynote speaker, I always like to reflect on what I have delivered to understand what I could have done better and thus inform what I do in the future to ensure I maximise the value I deliver on behalf of those who attend my learning programmes or delegates who attend the conferences I speak at. 1,639 more words

ENgaged Learning & Development

The question is “What would your decision be?”

Recently, I was working with an operational team made up of 18 individuals. The 2-day learning programme I was facilitating on Team Excellence was being held in a conference room at a hotel. 281 more words

ENgaged Learning & Development

Are you connected with technology but not with people around you?

Many people and businesses have been grappling with the range of technology and devices and channels that are now available for us to communicate. In fact the rate of change with technology has far outstripped the development and evolution of pretty much every other element of our work and personal worlds. 608 more words

Personal Leadership

3 Ways on How To Toot Your Own Horn Without Being Arrogant

Marketing your skills and accomplishments is a big part of getting noticed and being considered for emerging opportunities.

However, most people are uncomfortable about blatantly talking about their awesomeness, once they’re beyond the job interview and now a full-time employee. 703 more words

Gen X

Soccer as a Metaphor for Leading a High Performing Team

A few weeks ago, I did not see writing a blog post that included the World Cup in my future. A Harvard Business Review (HBR) Blog article last week changed all that. 752 more words

Professional Reflections

Business Essentials for Emerging Design Leaders

CREATIVE LEADERS CAN GET BEYOND THE
BARRIERS OF BUSINESS LANGUAGES,

TO DESIGN DYNAMIC AND INSPIRING
WORKPLACE CULTURES WHERE CREATIVITY IS
HIGHLY VALUED AND ALL PEOPLE COUNT. 13 more words

Workshops

Step 6: Can you hear me now? Make effective communication a thing.

Take it from me: communication, or rather lack thereof, can make or break your startup. The hardest part so far (for me personally) is finding that perfect balance between micromanaging and limited communication. 799 more words