Presentations & Workshops

 
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Probably one of the most purposeful sessions I have attended in over 40 years of working.

Workshop attendee, The Development Bank of Wales

 

We’re the outsiders who help you have a fresh approach to how you do things. We inspire your teams and get everyone fired-up at work.

Our two stand-alone concepts can be delivered as keynotes, interactive talks or smaller workshops at conferences, awaydays and internal events: Fuelling Your Best Work and The Power of Story.

1. Fuelling Your Best Work: The world of work is changing fast and it’s up to us to help our people stay energised and engaged. But how can employees rethink their work lives to be more creative, productive and energised at work? This session tops up your fuel tank. It reinvigorates your team’s working practices, getting your people thinking differently about how they work. It opens their eyes to more creative and innovative ways of working. It releases discretionary energy. A game-changer.

Find out more about Fuelling Your Best Work.

The Power of Story: Sharing personal stories humanises an organisation. This session provides your team with the skills to craft and then share their own stories. It helps nurture team spirit. Results can be game-changing. Recently Ian’s delivered The Power of Story at Tektronix’s European partner marketing conference in Edinburgh and at Black Sun plc’s employee forum. Read what happened at Thomas Cook Money’s awayday when we ran a session around the roaring fire.

Ian’s also available to host panel discussions. Contact us for more details hello@iansanders.com.

CLIENT LIST

Ian’s speaking experience includes: SXSW in Austin, Texas (2009, 2010); The Do Lectures (2015); Meet The Innovators at The Apple Store London (2013); The Snap Photography Festival (2016); the Marketing Academy's Inspire Live event at Google (2017); The Next Web conference (2019); Social Media Week London (2017); The BBC (2016-2018); Diageo (2018); Black Sun plc (2018); Thomas Cook Money (2017, 2018); Microsoft (2018); Tektronix (2018); General Assembly (2019); Carbon Law Partners (2019); The H Club (2019); The European Court of Auditors (2017); The University of Nottingham's Graduate School (2019); The University of East London (2015, 2016, 2017); the Paris-based accelerator TheFamily (2015); The York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership (2015); Ravensbourne college (2016); USP College (2015, 2018) and London’s Royal College Of Art (2009); FTIECLA, a joint venture between The Financial Times and IE Business School, delivering executive learning programmes for clients such as Iberdrola (2018).

I loved Ian’s talk. Staying curious is especially important for the team here at Channel 4 as our remit demands that we champion alternative points of view and celebrate diversity. Ian’s talk was a great shot in the arm.” Harry Dromey, Channel 4

The BBC is renowned for its outstanding reporting and compelling storytelling across its factual output. But in order to maintain its world-class reputation, it needs people like Ian to inspire reporters and producers. After attending one of Ian’s sessions, our colleagues go back to their department feeling refreshed, energised and full of new ideas. I highly recommend him”. James Harrod, TV training manager, BBC Academy