I had the delight of attending the ‘The Art of Selling Yourself, without actually Selling Yourself’ event in London (12th May 2015), with headline speakers, Jo Rawcliffe and Simon Hudson from Morphosis Partners and the usual audience discussion and Q & A.
The evening addressed:
What’s stopping you as an interim manager or executive rising to the tip of the tongue of clients or interim service providers seeking to identify a solution, rising to the top of your game and maintaining both opportunity and day rate in a highly commoditised, competitive market?
So that we may have a useful aide memoire of the learning points of the evening, may I invite attendees to note what their main ‘take-aways’ were from the evening? In that way we go beyond a slide deck that is retained but not internalised, and we get the key notes others took, not just ourselves.
I’ll go first, and thanks very much to Jo and Simon for presenting and to all for attending.
We also have a more general discussion, running on the IIM’s LinkedIn group entitled: