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Geoff Hudson-Searle

Geoff Hudson-Searle Blog

NXD, C-Suite Executive, and Best Selling Author

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Scars to Stars Volume 3

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The IBEM Executive Thought Leadership Forum and Launch of the The Trust Paradigm Book

https://freedomafterthesharks.com/2022/11/14/the-ibem-executive-thought-leadership-forum-and-launch-of-the-the-trust-paradigm-book/

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Resiliency and Trust – An Unbeatable Combination for Modern Times

Resiliency – three strategies · Resiliency is in great demand at the individual, team, manager, executive, and organizational levels. It is the ability to bounce back from any setback or contingency encountered. Resiliency is a skill that can be learned, and the more one exercise ...

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Our First Interview for The Trust Paradigm Book

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QARm4UQqcLM · The first interview for ‘The Trust Paradigm Book’, Geoff Hudson-Searle and Mark Herbert discuss some incredibly important questions about trust and the launch of their new book.

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The Facts Revealed: 'Why Our Real Connections Are Disappearing!'

In January 2019, I wrote a blog ‘Are we too busy to connect to real people? – this blog had more significant views than any single blog I have ever written in the last 7 years, and there have been a ‘few’: a total of 560 blogs across topics. · My engagement in the subject and som ...

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Tequila and a very Meaningful Conversation with Michael

Tequila has never been a good friend to me and to be honest with you I have never really understood the drink, only to say occasionally an ice-cool margarita can be very inviting especially in hot weather. · If you’re anything like me, early memories of tequila drinking bring bac ...

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The fascinating life of Richard Dreyfuss and why the need for a human interaction

I had the great fortune to see Hollywood legend Richard Dreyfuss at the Cadogan Hall – Chelsea, London recently and what a huge inspiration this incredible man is, he is so much more than his accolade of movies from Jaws to Daughter of the Wolf.   · This close encounter with Drey ...

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Why Purposeful Discussions are a Human Imperative

I recently had a meeting in the City of London with a group of executives – the interesting fact was when I left the boardroom, there was this picture on the wall with the words: · ‘Do more things that make you forget to check your phone’ · The facts, do we actually have time for ...

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Geoff Hudson-Searle

Edited by Emma Bamford

My New Book 'Purposeful Discussions'

‘Purposeful Discussions’ has been written as a natural next step to ‘Meaningful Conversations’, across four of the most passionately debated subjects in business and life today: Communications, Strategy, Business Development and Life Growth. · In February 2014, I set out as an au ...

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Globalisation....can it be possible in today's world?

The age of globalisation began on the day the Berlin Wall came down. From that moment in 1989, the trends evident in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s accelerated: the free movement of capital, people and goods; trickle-down economics; a much diminished role for nation stat ...

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The human mind can expand....do we truly need AI?

It seems like every day there is a new article or story about artificial intelligence (AI). AI is going to take over all of the jobs. AI is going to do all of the repetitive, menial tasks carried out by admins on a daily basis. AI is going to rise up and take over. AI is not goin ...

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Turbulence is inevitable, change is constant

Change is inevitable. · More and more organisations today face a dynamic and changing environment. The oft-heard rallying cry in today’s organisations is “Change or die.” Survival in today’s global economy requires organisations to be flexible and adapt readily to the ever-changi ...

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Leadership.....Why it Matters

As all leaders experience the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, you will know you have been tested in ways that you never expected. And yet, somehow, we all prevail. Despite the frustrations, anger and fear, you will have learned a lot about yourself. You will be be forced ...

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The gems of beauty in Sri Lanka

“I want you to understand that the island of Ceylon is for its size the finest island in the world, and from its streams comes Rubies, Sapphires, Topazes, and Amethyst and Garnet.” · Marco Polo – 1292 AD · I recently had a business trip to S.E Asia and the fortune to visit the be ...

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Is our 'Identity' unique - what makes us different?

An interesting subject that seems to be appearing more and more is: ‘what makes each individual unique’ – back in 2016 I wrote a blog called ‘Can we create our own identities from reinvention? which discussed whether we can reinvent our own identities. · Well, exactly what makes ...

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Are we too Connected to Connect

I recently had a meeting in the City of London with a group of executives, the interesting fact was when I left the boardroom, there was a very interesting picture on the wall, the words ‘Do more things that make you forget to check your phone’, which prompted me to write this bl ...

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With the office Christmas party season now in full swing, how do you survive the festive season without a communication mishap?

The office Christmas party is fraught with perils usually due to the over-consumption of alcohol. There is the danger of having had too much to drink and telling your boss that you hate them or posting inappropriate ‘selfies’ of you at the party all over social media and texting ...

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Do we have enough time......or too much work.....

I really enjoy meeting up with my colleagues and friends, especially when we engage in ‘Meaningful Conversations’, but just recently, and more than ever, the words ‘I do not have enough time, I am on work overload and feel exhausted’ seem to be a running theme with life in genera ...

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