Rebel Ideas: How to Succeed in a Virtual World

Andrew Toogood, Proclaim Consulting

The world we operate in is volatile, complex and uncertain. Andrew will examine the power of diverse thinking. Understanding these differences in thinking, and how to harness them for better communication, enables teams to tackle problems in new ways and increase productivity. Learn innovative thinking, psychological strategy and really practical takeaways to become much more impactful as a business owner, manager or team member.

Platform: Zoom

Date: Wednesday 10th November

Time: 3pm – 4pm

Cost: FREE

Speaker: Andrew Toogood is an in demand speaker & leader with over 20 years experience working with a wide range of organisations and brands. As the founder of Proclaim Consulting he now works primarily throughout the UK, US & EMEA. Andrew and his team specialise in creating high performance culture in individuals, teams and organisations through a dynamic mix of leading edge research and practical application. A certified Herrmann® practitioner, his areas of particular interest include leveraging thinking and cognitive diversity into areas such as communication, influence & persuasion, resilience, emotional intelligence and high performance dynamics. 

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