the Business of Life
What if you could train your brain to respond thoughtfully with care? Spoiler alert: You can, says author Karen Allen. Her approach illuminates the skills and practical tools that support healthy thinking, lead to positive actions, and build meaningful lives that ripple into the world. Karen will teach you how to create space away from negative thoughts and emotions and shift your mindset.
Ultimately, our happiness is in our control when we are aware of the expectations we might put on ourselves and our lives, says Mo Gawdat, author of 'Solve for Happy' and creator of the 'Happiness Algorithm'. Proving that you can turn adversity into a new perspective on life, Mo’s mission is to help one billion people become happier — starting with you.
How do you win on and off the track? F1 World Champion Jenson Button says the secret to his success is fighting fair and developing strong personal relationships. Discover Jenson’s secrets as he explains how to unite as a team under pressure, achieve goals, and build resilience.
Despite gender equality initiatives, many women still encounter additional scrutiny, societal expectations and stereotypes. However, it is possible to overcome these workplace challenges, says Zoe Bayliss Wong. Joining the team at Depop, Zoe managed its meteoric rise from start-up to a $1.6 billion exit. Today, she shares her journey as a young BIPOC female leader and how you can redefine your leadership experience.
You are what you eat, and the best way to protect mental well-being and brain health is through prevention, says chartered psychologist Kimberley Wilson. People who adopt healthy habits early in life slow brain ageing and stand a much higher chance of delaying and avoiding problems later. Kimberley will show you how to protect your brain health for the long term using empowering, evidence-based action.
Dr Alex George says exercising your mind for mental health is just as important as maintaining your physical health. Along with exploring the foundations for good mental fitness, Dr Alex will also show you how to open up the conversation around mental health in the home or workplace and support those you may be worried about.
A big part of manifesting is knowing where you want to go whilst being entirely grateful for everything you have, says self-development coach and speaker Roxie Nafousi. Join Roxie for a whistle-stop tour of her 7-step guide to manifesting as she gives you an overview of manifestation and busts the myths holding you back. Whether you’re a bit sceptical or you’ve attempted to manifest before, you’ll leave this session feeling inspired.
Told he may never walk again after a tragic accident, professional rugby player Ed Jackson refused to accept defeat. Today, Ed is a man who has climbed mountains, conquered summits and overcome the odds. Join Ed as he shares his remarkable story to help you build a positive mindset and develop your spirit of resilience, whatever life may throw at you.
Are we changing as fast as the world around us? Jamil Qureshi challenges us to ask ourselves. To create fresh opportunities, leaders and organisations must adopt new perspectives. There has never been a better time to question what we believe to be true — we don't solve new problems with old thinking. Jamil will teach you How to reframe your belief systems and gain commitment and engagement from others.
Is your hybrid workforce collaborating as best they can? A lack of physical connection does not have to mean a lack of personal connection, says Bruce Daisley, Former Twitter VP and author. Join Bruce as he explains how to physically and emotionally reconnect remote and flexible teams with actionable tips you can use straight away.
What business skills can we learn from a former RAF Fast-Jet Pilot? Mandy Hickson’s experiences flying in a Front Line Tornado Squadron in hostile environments have taught her the critical factors of success. Today, Mandy shares her unique perspective on motivating and inspiring your staff to stride confidently towards purposeful goals and maintain focus, even when times are tough.
According to author and broadcaster Elizabeth Day, failure is a part of everyone's journey, yet we often fear it. What if we could embrace and trust failure as part of the process to success? Join Elizabeth as she switches up the narrative and shows you how to find opportunities to learn and grow from every so-called failure in life.
According to psychologist Mathew Syed, individual intelligence is no longer enough to solve today’s complex problems. We must harness the power of ‘cognitive diversity’ to truly succeed. Having uncovered the secrets of the world’s most successful teams, Mathew will teach you how to develop a growth culture in your organisation.