'No-one cares about your career as much as you do’
- Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris
Millions of us have recently been introduced to online events, but I've been leading from for over a decade. Since then, I've created over 200 presentations for a wide range of organisations. Check out this short video (2 mins) to see what I can do for your teams.
Four of my most popular webinars
Ready to expose the greatest 'Con Job'?
The Con Job is my latest book and forms the backdrop for my presentations 'Getting ahead for competence in a world obsessed wtih confidence.'
I take a deep dive into the science and evidence behind how people, especially those who don't fit the 'status quo', all too often get left behind in business.
More importantly, what they can do about it while staying authentic to themselves.
Silka Patel, of Leidos UK was so impressed, she made me this 2 minute video. She explains why my presentation went over so well and how useful it was for the delegates to get a copy of the book straight to their door!
Leidos, Women's Enterprise Scotland & The Scottish Parliament's Women's Network Event
Case Study: This event was inspired by my book ‘The Con Job — Getting ahead for competence in a world obsessed with confidence’. I looked at the experiences of women in male-dominated fields, share how the 'con job' happens, and how to respond to it at work. I then led a fantastic panel to discuss the issues further:
*Carolyn Currie, CEO, Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES)
*Kathleen Riach, Professor, University of Glasgow
*Jillian Giles, Business Development Manager, Leidos UK
*Judith Morrison, Solicitor to Scottish Parliament
Shell International Ltd.
Case Study: My 'Con job’ webinar attracted 50% more attendees than online events normall attract. Delegates stayed online for the whole 90 minutes - instead of the usual drop off. Both of these 'wins' delighted the organisers. There was huge engagement on the chat-box with attendees asking for more on these issues - stimulating ideas for new events for the hosts going forward.
Case Study: 450 delegates! This was the first online event for me where the audience had more men than women. An International Women’s Day webinar, this demonstrated a wider appeal than I was even expecting. Delegates participated from their main offices in Tel Aviv, Boston and London. 450 received copies of 'The Con Job' book to continue their engagement with a competence-first mindset.
Case Study: I ran two events for ARM’s Inclusion Week; a wider event with several hundred in attendance introducing the concepts behind ’The Con Job’ and a smaller workshop follow-up on the practicalities with delegates receiving their copies of the book. The events went so well, the internal organisers remarked that it had challenged their assumptions that voluntary online events always had to be short - our 90 minutes flew by!
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