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Conference speaking

Conference speaking has become my main line of work in the last four years, indeed it may be described as my speciality at this point in time. This list is a selection of the scores of conferences around the world at which I have spoken during that period including several (ALARM, Thinking Digital, Institute of Directors The Entrepreneur’s Forum) for whom I have spoken more than once in a very short space of time – something that is rare in the world of conference speaking.

There are a number of examples of me speaking at conferences here which I think demonstrate the energy and laughter that I bring to such events. Humour, I think, is critical to successful conference speaking and I include a lot of visual and verbal humour so that – while my key messages are critical – the fun that an audience is having makes them incredibly popular and memorable.

In addition to my conference speaking clients, this list also presents my clients in the world of education. Foremost amongst them is Ashridge Business School for whom I am a senior associate, having delivered over 40 events for them in the last five years, and with whom I have collaborated on numerous programmes for clients such as ASDA, Direct Line, DB Schenker and Erste Bank. Ashridge is Britain’s oldest management training school (currently ranked second in the UK and seventeenth in the world) and I am incredibly proud to work so closely and regularly with them.

Ashridge Business School
London Business School
Said Business School
Sunderland University
Thinking Digital
Vistage
Citywire
British Computer Soc
Impellus
Entrepreneur’s Forum
ALARM
Institute of Directors
ICAEW
Biopharm
Mortgage Advice Bureau
ESSA
Roffey Park
The Talent Found’n
The Prince’s Trust
Airmic
Campden BRI
Eton School
MD2MD
AEO
The Academy of Chief Execs
The Ass’n of European Lawyers
Association of Convenience Stores
Legal Education&Training Group
Chartered Inst of Housing
University of Westminster
CCHA
London Business Forum