John-Paul Flintoff: Who I work with 3

John-Paul Flintoff

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If you’re looking at this page, there’s a good chance you want help making change happen, engaging with people who matter to your organisation (inside and out), and creating events with real impact.

This page gives a taste of work I do. Some pictures are linked to pages giving more detail.

I also work with schools, prisons and campaign groups.

How to change the world

I’ve delivered sessions on this topic (the subject of my international bestselling book) to groups on four continents.

“Amazing. We thought you would be quite good but had no idea how good. The exercises were a great way for people to engage with each other, and taught us a lot about ourselves” – Google Creative Labs

Engage hard-to-reach audiences

Aviva asked me to help devise a film, to encourage young people to plan for their future.

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Overcome your fear of selling

I have worked with many organisations on how to sell, human-style.

Storytelling techniques for success

One of Unilever’s international food and drink divisions asked me to share storytelling ideas and skills.

“The teams absolutely loved it. I’ve never had such a positive reaction to an expert before.”

Lose the barriers to collaboration

The telecoms company, O2, asked me to create a series of films about collaboration – why we should all do more of it, and how. Here’s one.

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The art of networking

Organisations waste money on conferences and networking events with no clear purpose. There’s a better way, and it costs very little.

Communicate better at work

Great Ormond Street Hospital and Google, among others, asked me to talk about how to communicate better at work.

“You really helped us to think about how we engage with individual donors – thank you” – Great Ormond Street Hospital

“Safe Space! It was the first time people were able to open up and express their opinion” – Google

“The backs have been more than usually forthcoming in team meetings. The head coach thinks that’s great” – Saracens