“In today’s content-drenched world, putting together powerful keynotes and workshops is becoming increasingly difficult.

- Dr. Richard Claydon, Co-founder EQ Lab

Workshop Innovation.

Given how easy it is to search online for information, presenters are faced with sophisticated audiences ready to critique and judge their experience, style and knowledge. 

  • Too much theory - the audience thinks you are out of touch with the real world

  • Not enough theory - the audience isn’t sure you understand your own subject

  • Too many stories - the audience fails to connect as it’s “just your biased experience”

  • Too few stories - the audience fails to connect as “where’s the evidence this works”

  • Too sugary sweet - the audience has fun but forgets everything a couple of days later

  • Too densely dry - the audience can’t follow, gets bored and stops listening

Our Global Faculty are experienced in both delivering and listening to presentations of and workshops in established and emerging ideas on leadership, behaviour, and organisations in the often soul-sapping digital-webinar environment.

Most have partaken in 50+ sessions. Many have partaken in over 100. In doing so, they have learned how to create the right mix of robust, educational, entertaining and memorable ideas and insights that help people grapple with complex real-world situations in meaningful ways. Here are a few audience testimonials to illustrate:

  • “I recently attended a session that focussed on building high quality connections and it was POWERFUL. The session was expertly crafted by the team. I thought I could passively tune in and do things at the same time but I ended up cancelling my plans as I was so engaged for the full 2 hours.”

  • “Struck by the awesome experience and effort they put into designing an engaging, thought-provoking discussion in a remote setting!”

  • “Always mind-blowing and mind-bending. After 12 months I am always amazed about the knowledge that is learned and shared”

What we do.

Our faculty can present across all dimensions of human behaviour in the workplace, including but not restricted to:

  • Leadership: e.g. Developing 21st Century Leaders, Leadership Styles and Behaviours, Distributed Leadership

  • Organisational Behaviours: e.g. Culture and Subcultures, Creativity and Innovation, Agile and Flexible

  • Group Behaviours: e.g. High-Performance Teamwork, Collective Intelligence, Psychological Safety

  • Individual Behaviours: e.g. Trust, Focus, Respect

  • Wellbeing: e.g. Psychological and Physiological, Designing for Wellbeing, Becoming Resilient



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