From intimate dinners to 600 people
Audiences and Topics
Previous audiences have included charity fundraisers, professional coaches, industry conferences, university academics, business leaders, teams developing strategy and change management. And they have been in many countries .
Previous topics have included career development, communicating well, personal branding, customer service, resilience in the workplace, employee engagement, making a great presentation, business strategy, change management….and that is just to name a few! Let us know what you need and we will find you the right subject and the right speaker. for example see https://speakerhub.com/speaker/david-rigby
Topics have included:
To follow – speeches and writing
Our suggestions for some informative and inspirational reading on a variety of topics.
The 99 Essential Business Questions – by Gia Campari et al
“Problems are seldom what they seem. To find better ideas for action, you need to understand the problem, go behind the surface level, find deeper causes, and think better. You need better questions.”
Jack’s Notebook – by Gregg Fraley
Instead of being teachy or telling you what to do Gregg spins a great creative thinking tool into a story. The result is that you want to read on, you don’t get bored, and it is easy to apply to real life. Well worth a read if you have some tricky challenges and you need to be creative.
The Mentoring Manual – by Julie Starr
The guide to being a better mentor. As a mentor you must be many things: role model, expert, advocate, cheerleader, enforcer and friend. Plus you must make a positive, lasting difference to the knowledge, skills and prospects of your mentee.
The Economist: Coaching & Mentoring by Jane Renton
A clear and accessible guide to the types, differences and effectiveness of coaching and mentoring. A former presenter of BBC 2’s The Money Programme, Jane explores what works and what makes a good coach or mentor. A good read whether you are on the delivery or the receiving side of these two disciplines.
Feedback from clients and audiences who have worked with SCT
Business Adviser : “To follow”
Operations Business “…To follow “