When and Where?
Wednesday 21st April 8.30am – 10.00am – Online via Zoom (invitation only)
The world is moving forwards faster every day. If you’re not moving forwards with it, your essentially going backwards.
Most CEOs rate learning and development as one of their top priorities, but while emphasis is put on ‘training’ or developing ‘learning cultures’, few people talk about individual learning. This is a pity because that’s exactly where learning takes place – in our individual brains. It is our own responsibility to control how we use it. After all, it doesn’t matter how many books we read or how many talks we attend, if we don’t know how to take on new skills effectively and put them into practice, we can become frustrated, demotivated and miss out on a great opportunity to do things better.
In this programme, The Learnability Man, Ian Gibbs will show how learning is a skill that makes acquiring other new skills easier, more satisfying and more enjoyable. So join us and discover how much you’re operating below your full potential and how you can raise the bar to get closer to excellence.
What you will experience:
Ian has increased the capacity to learn of thousands of people via his Learnability talks and workshops to help people get better at what they want.
With a degree in Astrophysics from St. Andrews, Scotland and a Postgrad in Education from Cambridge, England, Ian Gibbs is the owner and managing director of IPA Productions – one of Europe’s most successful educational theatre companies. Furthermore, he is the author of ‘The Sorites Principle’, ‘Learning A Language’, ’23 Tips To Learn Stuff Better’ and ’23 Tips To Get Better Grades’.
He is also the president of the Professional Speakers’ Association of Spain.