In his excellent TED talk Christoph Niemann eloquently and visually shares the powerful language of pictures. Communicating universally; connecting on so many levels. Brilliant! https://www.ted.com/talks/christoph_niemann_you_are_fluent_in_this_language_and_don_t_even_know_it?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_content=talk_of_the_week_image&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare
Over the past few months many of my conversations have touched on the subject of diversity. Embracing and championing the value of difference is so important because it helps us... harness the power of various perspectives and experiences expand our potential and create opportunities beyond our wildest dreams learn, develop and innovate together build resilience... Continue Reading →
I've been fortunate enough to have practiced my presentation skills on many different occasions; covering a range of subjects; with audiences large and small. Here, Slideshare style, are my 12 top tips...
Have you seen the 'Undercover Boss' programmes on television? Though I'm not an avid fan I have watched a few. Why? Because it still fascinates me how individuals can hold senior leadership positions and still be completely dissociated from the people who make the company great. Tearful insights that other people have challenging lives outside... Continue Reading →
Sometimes egos can get in the way of progress. Here is a rhyme to help us regain our perspective on power. I hope you enjoy my first attempt at a SlideShare 🙂
It's a week since I watched the BBC's debate on the Southern Rail strike action. Hosted by Jo Coburn, it brought together Mike Lynch of the RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers) and Charles Horton of GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway). Standing side by side you could feel the tension between them. ... Continue Reading →