22nd Anniversary Q&A Surgery


Update - Video replay available

The Lazarus Consultancy Ltd celebrated its 22nd Anniversary in March 2021. To celebrate, and help share some of the learnings I’ve amassed over the past 22 years (and previously), I ran a ‘Q&A Surgery’ to cover all the areas I work in, i.e. NLP, Coaching, Leadership / Management, the mental side of Sport, Communication, Influencing / Selling and Business generally.

This is an opportunity for you to review the recording and ‘pick my brains’ regarding these topics.

The original announcement is below for your convenience.


The Lazarus Consultancy Ltd celebrates its 22nd Anniversary in March 2021. To celebrate, and help share some of the learnings I’ve amassed over the past 22 years (and previously), I am running ‘Q&A Surgery’ on Zoom on 22 March from 9.30 to 12.00 to cover all the areas I work in, i.e. NLP, Coaching, Leadership / Management, the mental side of Sport, Communication, Influencing / Selling and Business generally. This is an opportunity for you to ‘pick my brains’ regarding these topics.

You can turn up for as little or as much of the surgery as you like, and I will be answering your questions as best I can. This invitation is for anyone with an interest in what I do, whether you know me well, barely know me or don’t know me at all (feel free to mention this to friends and colleagues).

There will be no charge, and I request that if you attend you donate £22 of food to your local foodbank (most major supermarkets have a foodbank donation area).

How it will work

I will do my best to structure the session in time blocks, so that if you have an interest in specific areas you can attend for just those topics, and of course it depends on how many questions there are on each topic. The intended timetable is as follows:

Time

Topic

9.30

NLP, Coaching & Sport

11.00

Leadership / Management & business

11.45

General

12.00

End

There will be breakout rooms for you to discuss the topic with fellow attendees in small groups.

If you have questions on any of the topics, here are two ways to have them answered:

If you cannot attend in person, you will still have the opportunity to have your questions answered by sending them to me in advance and watching the recording (see below). Depending on the numbers of questions, after the session I will record answers to those questions I don’t manage to get to.

You can attend purely in observer / learner mode, and / or ask questions.

Meeting (Zoom) details will be emailed prior to the event,

The Zoom meeting is limited to 100 people at a time. If you would like to attend, even for just a short while, please sign up below.

Recording and permission.

The session will be recorded (not the Breakout Rooms), and at some point I may want to make the recording available afterwards for a small fee (free to those who attend). Please note, if you attend you are giving permission for your image / name to be shown and for me to use this video for commercial purposes and waiving any commercial rights you may have in return for receiving a free copy of the video. If you would like to attend but not be seen/named, simply re-name yourself once you are in Zoom, and switch your video off.

Personal Note from Jeremy

When I started in 1999, I never dreamed I would still be loving what I do and doing what I love 22 years later. For those of you who know me, you know I feel blessed to be able to make a difference. Please come and help me celebrate my 22nd Anniversary; sharing what I’ve learned and making a difference is a brilliant way for me to celebrate.

Next steps

If you would like to attend, even for a small amount of time, please sign up below.  I look forward to seeing you on 22 March 2021 at some time between 9.30 and 12.00.

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