Peak Performance specialist Deborah Keep spoke with us this week about her inspiration to study behavioural science and what we can expect during her session at the EA Leadership Summit this August.
John Spence is a world renowned business consultant who has spent the past 23 years working with Fortune 500 organisations and consulting to the SME community. In the lead up to our information intensive one day workshops with John, we asked John some questions to learn more about the man himself and understand his inspiration, challenges and success strategies.
In October, academic psychologist and bestselling author, Professor Cordelia Fine will be joining us at Women World Changers 17 to discuss similarities and differences between women and men from a behavioural science standpoint. Cordelia will share with us the need to go beyond ‘the business case’ in thinking about the value of gender balance in leadership.
Tim will be joining Future Thinkers next week to discuss Tools of Titans, a book he has created based on the outstanding success of his podcast series The Tim Ferriss Show. Tim’s podcast has exceeded 100 million downloads and has been selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running.
Previously, ‘Chief Chaos Tamer’ for Facebook’s first CIO and now Chief of Staff to the PayPal Chief Human Resource Officer, Al-Husein Madhany is one of the most influential and successful EAs in Silicon Valley.
I caught up with Al-Husein to ask him about the greatest challenges facing EAs today, how to prove your value and be remunerated for adding business value.
Margaret Heffernan is a CEO, entrepreneur, writer and key note speaker. You may have recently seen Margaret’s TED Talks that have received over five and a half million views, Dare to disagree and Forget the pecking order.
Margaret was born in Texas, raised in Holland and educated at Cambridge University. She worked in BBC Radio for five years where she wrote, directed, produced and commissioned dozens of documentaries and dramas.
This month’s webcast features Future Thinkers Margaret Heffernan LIVE to discuss her book A Bigger Prize. A book in which Margaret breaks down the social myths associated with hyper-competitiveness whilst providing a clear and understandable case about how counterproductive competition actually can be.
Daniel Goleman is well known as the psychologist and science journalist who introduced us to Emotional Intelligence with his bestseller of that name back in the 90s. Emotional Intelligence has been named one of the 25 most influential business management books by Time Magazine.
We spoke to Daniel about his latest book, What Makes a Leader, a collection of his writings for the Harvard Business Review. Daniel shared with us his insights of his many years of research and his thought processes over the years.
What leads people to compliance is often wrapped up in six simple factors of social science. For recruiters and HR Professionals, the applications are simple and actionable now. See how the Six Principles of Influence from world-leading psychologist, Dr. Robert Cialdini can increase your HR performance and guide others toward ‘Yes’.
Steve Martin is the CEO of INFLUENCE AT WORK and co-author of New York Times bestseller, YES! 60 Secrets from the Science of Persuasion. This May/ June, Steve joins Dr. Robert Cialdini LIVE in Australia to present The Power Of Influence & Persuasion.
We caught up with Steve to ask him about some insights for increasing our influence in a competitive landscape and some of the common errors people make. Plus, Steve gives us a taste of what Aussie audiences can expect from this unique one day event
It was Dr Robert Cialdini’s own experience of being easy picking to peddlers, fundraisers and operators that first drove him to write the 1984 classic; Influence. The New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller answers the age-old question… ‘What makes people say ‘YES.’