Our wonderful illustrators, Matt and Danny, produced these illustrations live at On Your Marks as our speakers were speaking. A wonderful record of the stories and insights each speaker shared with us. Click on each to view a larger image and enjoy!
What a week! From exhilarating Tesla rides to relaxed walks to the Sheep Shed and of course a plethora of stimulus from our fantastic speakers. Here it all is captured in pictures.
In a post On Your Marks interview, Alan Webber reflects on what leaders need to navigate change, shines a light on the dark side of digital disruption, and gently suggests what to do and not do on Monday morning.
I arrived at Sheepdrove, the first venue of my Connect year, with the final leg of the journey being a beautiful drive through a misty countryside. Reassuringly, the signal on my Blackberry disappeared just as we arrived. Always a bitter sweet moment.
After reading previous posts you may well be thinking, “That’s all well and good but what exactly do I need to do to bring about culture change in my organisation?”. This amusing panel discussion should give you some ideas.
The 19th Century author and humourist Mark Twain once said that “the two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” Little did he know then that his simple but painfully exposing challenge would force some of Britain’s top leaders to contemplate the meaning of their lives, the importance of their work and the human values that drive them.
No-one said leadership is easy. In this video various leaders from different types of company around the world discuss some of the main challenges facing them in the current business climate. It’s interesting to note how many of these leaders talk about the new challenges they now face in this digital world of the internet and constant communication.
How often do you hear leaders honestly sharing their mistakes and what they learnt from them? As one of the contributors says in this film: “People always learn more from other people’s mistakes then from their triumphs.” Some of Wavelength’s speakers reveal their deepest secrets – always fascinating, sometimes shocking, it’s compelling viewing!
Faisel Rahman, Founder and CEO of Fair Finance joined our Connect members at On Your Marks 2013 to share his story of bringing micro finance to the UK.
Matt Stone from Visualised has beautifully captured the salient points of our Social Innovation Panel with Faisel Rahmen, Founder & CEO of Fair Finance; Wolfgang Gregor, Secretary General Global Off-Grid Lighting Association; Sophi Tranchell, Managing Director Divine Chocolate and Thulsi Ravila, …
What are the 5 new priorities for choosing financial products? How is ‘Fair Finance’ bringing private banking to people who are financially excluded? In this video hear Fair Finance Founder and MD Faisel Rahman answer these questions.