How to disrupt without knowing it

Date & Time: 
Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 12:00 to 13:00

Online Event


Free Webinar - How to disrupt without knowing it

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The recording of this webinar can be found here.

Maggie's slides for her presentation can be found here.

This webinar is for those who are curious! What does disruption mean to you? Intentional? Negative? Technology? For some of us, being who we are can be perceived by others as being disruptive. But how do we know this? And if we do know, what can we do about it?

In this interactive session, we will explore the power of disruption without knowing it.

As pre-work, ask a friend or colleague if they see you as a disruptor and why/why not. We will use your responses during the webinar.

Key learning points include:

  • How to make the intentional unintentional.
  • How to control subtle messages about yourself.
  • Applying your learning in the business environment.
  • Committing to one action as a result of the webinar.

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Our presenter:

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Dr Maggie Semple, OBE, FCGI, PhD(Hon), MA, B.Ed is a successful business woman and entrepreneur.

She is described as gently formidable – a voice of reason. She has two businesses - The Experience Corps Ltd, a global business management consultancy and Maggie Semple Ltd, a bespoke women’s British fashion brand and WEConnect International certified women's business enterprise.

Maggie has held a number of senior roles including being a member of several high profile Government and EU task groups and has represented the UK in Greece and Hong Kong. From 2001-2007 Maggie was a Civil Service Commissioner.

She serves on a range of boards and is a member of the Queen’s Counsel Selection Panel, a Non- Executive Director of the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) where she chairs the Audit and Risk Committee, a trustee of the Kerry Nicholls Dance Company and a Govenor of the South Bank Arts Centre, London.

Maggie is a Fellow of the City & Guilds Institute, one of 500 Fellowships awarded since 1878 and an Associate Member of the Senior Common Room of Exeter College, Oxford University. She is cited in the International Who’s Who and was awarded an OBE in 2001.

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