How To Boss Your Mood, featuring clinical hypnotherapist and author of The Anxiety Solution, Chloe Brotheridge, and leading performance coach and author of The SHED Method, Sara Milne Rowe. In this talk, Chloe and Sara share how you can manage anxiety and take control of your mood during these uncertain times.
How to Prepare for the Squiggly World of Work, with authors Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis. In this talk, Helen and Sarah explore how to discover your super strengths, grow your confidence, and bounce back when things go wrong.
How to Talk to Strangers, where author of five international bestsellers including the recent Talking to Strangers, Malcolm Gladwell joins academic and author of Don’t Touch My Hair, Emma Dabiri, to discuss the consequences of mis-communication, how to interview others and the art of storytelling.
How to challenge inequality, with award-winning British-Turkish novelist, Elif Shafak, and writer, journalist and broadcaster, Afua Hirsch, who discuss the widening inequalities across the world how we can challenge them.
How to build confidence, featuring British television and radio presenter Maya Jama and freelance illustrator and author of Free to Be Me, DOM&INK. Maya and Dom discuss what confidence means to them, the barriers to developing confidence and how we can build our own confidence.
How to embrace your intersectionality, in which criminal barrister and author of A Dutiful Boy, Mohsin Zaidi, joins Youtuber and disability & LGBTQ activist, Jessica Kellgreen-Fozard, to discuss their intersectionality and how we can embrace our identity.
How to believe in yourself, featuring British MC, rapper, TV presenter and author of How to Be Narstie, Big Narstie, joins youth worker and freelance writer, Ciaran Thapar, to discuss the importance of living your own life and believing in yourself.
How to be creative, with multi-award winning author, Marlon James, who joins British writer, journalist, broadcaster and curator, Ekow Eshun, to discuss what creativity means to them and we can be more creative in our lives.
How to get into publishing, with Penguin employees Simon Armstrong and Hannah Chukwu, as they share how the industry works, how books are made and how to get into publishing.