13.02.2016

NETWORKS ARE HUMAN

PART OF THE THOUGHT LEADERSHIP SERIES

 

“A network is formed when three or more people come together. And now with networks everywhere, understanding and influencing them becomes an essential skill for all of us”, says Paul Hughes.

 

During my presentations I draw live as I speak. There are a number of reasons why I do this and one of them is to keep a human touch in each presentation. I find that all too often it is possible to get lost in technology and become confused that technology is an end rather than a means to an end. So I believe it is important to keep a human touch in a world that is driven more and more by technology.

20.05.2014

The Next Professional

BID Next + Ten Meters of Thinking

 

As part of the Big Improvement Day events, Paul Hughes gave a Ten Meters of Thinking speech to a group of specially selected young professionals – exploring the future of leadership.

 

 

Embrace the future of leadership: Book a Ten Meters of Thinking speech now.

5.05.2014

Meaningful Conversations

ebbf + Ten Meters of Thinking

 

Paul Hughes was part of the meaningful conversations at the Ethical Business Building the Future event in London. For more details see: www.ebbf.org

 

Engage in a Meaningful Conversation:

Book a Ten Meters of Thinking speech now.

4.04.2014

A Culture of Conversation

National University of Ireland + Ten Meters of Thinking

 

Paul Hughes give a Ten Meters of Thinking workshop to the communication team at The National University of Ireland Maynooth on how to create a culture of conversation.

 

Curated by Bob Gray, Red&Grey Design, Dublin.

 

Create a culture of conversation in your organization: Book a Ten Meters of Thinking speech now.

5.02.2014

The Art of Conversation

Red&Grey Design + Ten Meters of Thinking

 

Paul Hughes lead a workshop on the essence of conversation – as part of an ongoing series of workshops focused on The Art of Conversation. Curated by Bob Gray, Red&Gray Design

 

 

Engage in the art of conversation: Book a Ten Meters of Thinkings of speech now.

 

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