Berkshire Branch - Christmas Social & Talk: How choosing the right mindset shapes your future

When: 17th Dec 2018, 18:30 - 17th Dec 2018, 21:30
Where: The Griffin (Upstairs), 10-12 Church Road, Caversham, Reading, RG4 7AD
Town/City: Reading
Organiser: BCS Berkshire Branch
Price: Free
Further Information: Further Information

Speakers:
Anthony G. Parker (Founder, Cuberoot64) 
Rod Willis (Executive Coach, Assentire Ltd)

Details:

Mindsets are how we perceive the world. Everyone can change theirs for the better. Anthony will introduce the fixed, growth and benefit mindsets we all have and explain how changing them can add real value to world. 

Rod will then introduce us to ‘Agility Magic’, a new professional collaboration intervention / game which helps us to enhance our organisational agility by understanding our mindset. 

Please bring a pen or pencil with you. 

If you do not understand how your mindsets, values and management skills define your business, it may be exposed in areas you least expect. For more information read https://bit.ly/2RBszDe .

About the speakers:

Anthony ParkerAnthony G. Parker is Founder of Cuberoot64, a relationship management consultancy that leans heavily towards collaboration and blockchain technologies to create strategic insights for the IT Industry. He is also a Blockchain Strategist for TCS and Chair of the Berkshire Branch of the BCS.

Rod WillisRod Willis FRSA is Co-Founder of Assentire Ltd and creator of the ‘Innovation Audit 3.0’, a framework designed to enhance collaboration through agile learning practice: see http://getcollaborating.com . He uses ‘Continuous Improvement’ and ‘Agile Learning’ strategies to bring about lasting behavioural change across organisations.

Overview of Agenda:

  • 6.30pm Refreshments and networking
  • 7.00pm Preliminary Messages
  • 7.15pm Mindsets talk (Anthony Parker)
  • 7.45pm Agility Magic (Rod Willis)
  • 8.15pm Q&A with both speakers
  • 8.30pm Refreshments (small buffet) and networking
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