Articles

  • Autumn Leaves

    New Beginnings

    Oct, 2017

    2017 has been the year of new beginnings, new house, new clients and Sam starting school. I love this time of year, and although I’m swamped in training and development, I make walking through the colourful leaves in Richmond Park a daily priority.   With all… Read More

  • Politics and Presentation

    Jun, 2017

    Last week was a big week for politics, resulting in a hung parliament. Exciting or uncertain times? Who knows? It was interesting to see the different campaigns delivered by Labour and Conservatives and what struck me was the relationship between presentation and politics. The labour leader,… Read More

  • Remain/Brexit

    Jun, 2016

    I’m in. There are two sides to the immigration issue, food issue, sovereignty issue, economy issue and blabla issue but it all seems so complicated, doesn’t it?  In fact, surely it’s the experts that can only truly understand.   Every time I read an article, tweet… Read More

  • A woman in a male dominated environment…

    Mar, 2016

    I read an interesting article, in the times recently, on the exceptionally talented Maureen Sherry and how she joined the wolves in Wall Street. She describes what went during on her time on the trading floor, for example the deals sealed at strip clubs, sex… Read More

  • Study Skills

    2016

    Mar, 2016

    What a year so far! It seems that several companies are looking to go back to basics, within training and development, with a fresh demand for the traditional and robust presentation training programmes. Yes, we live in a digital age, with emails and mobiles, but… Read More