Amazing Meetings

Amazing Meetings

This is a show for the people who want to make a difference in the room. We invite facilitators, managers, coaches, trainers and people from different walks of life to share their tips and tricks. Are you a person who is often in charge of the room? Do you want to deliver training or facilitate business workshops more effectively? Are you a manager of a team? We want to help you have more impact and manage the room better.... Show More

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Louis and Bartosz interview Mark Chivere, a DISC expert who shares how to spot and work with different personality types in the room, for example high dominance people without compromising the session. 

Mark's bio:
Mark is dedicated to making organizations better through the design, learning and implementation of assessment-based talent management solutions. TTI Success Insights maximizes the performance and ... Read more

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In this episode Bartosz and Louis ask Craig Howe, a professional coach how to ask the right question at the right moment. Craig gives us insight into his philosophy of questioning and shares some of his tips and tricks.


Craig's bio:
Craig G. Howe is a leadership coach, specialising in working with emerging leaders. He holds CPCC and PCC credentials from CTI and the ICF respectively. Based in the UK, h... Read more

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