A Fresh Perspective
Following on from our successful SuperLunches, we are continuing to push the envelope with bold sessions that challenge your thinking, bring fresh perspectives from outside recruitment, and ultimately make you better recruitment leader.
Our SuperLunch sessions consist of our experts sharing advice and encouraging debate and participation. So get involved, this session is open to members and non-members.
The Performance of Performance
How to use acting skills to build confidence and sales excellence.
Improv. to win fans fast
How the acting skills of improve can benefit leaders.
Cyber War Games
War Games designed to teach how exposed we all are and what to do about it.
The Biaise Effect
Spotting biaises and overcoming them.
Scott trained at the National Youth Music Theatre and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He has worked professionally with the RSC, The National Theatre, with Stephen Poliakoff, and in the West End. Scott was recently awarded Best Actor in the North West for his portrayal of Rooster Byron in Jerusalem.
At he age of 27, when starting a family, he decided to take his Mum's advice and finally get a 'proper job,'...so he got into recruitment.
Scott has been training and coaching recruiters at all levels ever since. Most notably, he designed and developed what was then known as 'The Bible of Recruitment,' with Gary Goldsmith. Some now call it a bunch of PowerPoint slides, others call it absolute gold.
Scott is here to share advice on developing a Dynamic Presence on Camera and in person.
Paul was a PwC consultant and then an IT director at UBS Bank, before founding London Management Consulting (LMC) in 2013. He is an expert and leader in data protection, cyber security, operational risk and third-party risk.
With LMC, Paul has delivered information security and data protection solutions to global clients such as Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Reed Elsevier. He has also led LMC in providing solutions to more than 120 SMEs and mid-market companies, giving smaller companies access to the skills and expertise developed at world-class organisations.
My experience and background for the last 20 years has been in human capital and recruitment. For the last 16 of those, I have worked with schools and education providers both in the UK and around the world.
AND also, I'm the co-founder of Europe's largest members network for CEOs of recruitment and talent businesses, ……with nearly 200 CEO members, controlling just under £2 billion of turnover.
So, I enjoy quite comprehensive insight into the human capital and jobs market within the UK and across the world, and a variety of sectors.
Imogen & Stephen
Imogen Palmer is a lead instructor and coach at The Bristol Improv Theatre, with nearly a decade of experience performing and training in improvised theatre and comedy. She has performed with Degrees of Error, Closer Each Day and is the creator and director of 'The Bish Bosh Bash'. She began teaching whilst training at the award-winning Howard Fine Acting School in Melbourne, and has since taught at festivals and for companies across the world including Coles Supermarkets and the University of Greenwich Student Union.
Stephen Brown is a business psychologist, improviser and personal development coach with over a decade's experience in psychology and business. He first became interested in improv after taking a 2-hour workshop during his post-grad studies in Sheffield and he has been improvising in Bristol since 2013. He is no stranger to performing, being a regular in The Bish Bosh Bash, and a founding member and producer of Tales of Adventure and Scenes to an End.