Amy Brann - Make Your Brain Work
Understanding our brains is a powerful way to improve our performance at work. With help from the inspirational Derek Paravicini to illustrate her points, Amy Brann reveals how this knowledge can help with focus and productivity.
Jim Lawless - Taming Tigers
Jim Lawless explains what Taming Tigers is and why it can be a powerful way to achieve things you never thought you could.
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.
Bernard Hogan-Howe - Courage
Bernard Hogan-Howe reflects on his career as police commissioner at the Met, one of the most high-pressured leadership roles there is. Find out why setting values, being representative and building trust is so important.
Neil Mullarkey - Impact
We need knowledge and technical skill to do our jobs, but it’s the soft skills that really set us apart. Neil shares 7 simple steps for improving our people skills: Learn, Look, Listen, Link, Let, Lighten and how to Leave Well.
Robin Kermode - Powerful Presentations
When we speak to an audience, we often put on a public mask and use a different voice. Why can’t we seem to be ourselves when we give a talk? In 7 simple steps Robin Kermode reveals how to be a confident and authentic speaker.