Find out more about our annual Breakfast Seminar
We are living in a time of disruption across business, politics, and culture. Research by Aon Hewitt shows that disruptive change causes disengagement amongst employees to rise by 61%, which has a direct effect on profit margins. That's why on June 25th at Sadler's Wells theatre, we invited guests to discuss how chaos can arise when change happens faster than we can adapt to it.
We asked our audience: how can you use self-mastery to steer through the chaos? Based on our 30 years of experience, our breakfast seminar aimed to provide fresh clarity in the storm. When faced with disruption, we discovered how you can:
Carol brings 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist. She is engaged in clinical work, as well as lecturing, writing and leading seminars internationally and in the UK. Carol is also a former popular TV presenter, with extensive experience as a professional actor.
This was the fifth seminar in Maynard Leigh's Free the Talent campaign: an experiential event series which attendees of previous seminars have called “profound” and “thought-provoking”. Engaging in techniques from the performing arts that provide perception in a chaotic business environment, practising using reflection to help see situations accurately, so you create positive responses, mobilising your imagination to create new organisational choices, and accessing your volition to stimulate action.
"Very interesting and hands-on, I really see how I could apply what I have learned today."Virginie Hivert, Therapeutic Development Director Eurodis
"Really engaging and I came out with way more advice and improvements than I expected. Especially around acting confident."Jonny Scherrer, IT Team Lead Ocado
"Absolutely excellent, the best course I have been on ever."Karen Polly, Key Account Manager Menarini
"So today I completed my first presentation, WOW! I couldn't believe how much I enjoyed it."Simon Dennis, Manager Wickes
"The trainers were excellent. They handled the group so well with diplomacy, empathy and respect for our opinions. I felt very connected with them which made the course so useful."Juliet Mather, Recruitment Officer University of Bath