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Clive Simpkins
Clive Simpkins
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Clive Simpkins is a marketing and communications consultant, strategist and public speaker in corporate, personal, media and political communications. Clive is particularly interested in the transformation and development capacity of people and organizations.

He specialised in his field in the USA in the early 1980's, in a consultancy to the US Department of State. Founder of Communication Dynamics (Pty) Ltd. Clive is a regular writer and media commentator on marketing and communication issues and is published author of two books: The Concise Communicator and Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, the latter with a foreword by psychiatrist Dr. Dora Wynchank. The content discusses personal and organizational change, based on Emotional and Spiritual intelligence – which he refers to as the emerging 4th bottom line in business.
Clive Simpkins is a marketing and communications consultant, strategist and public speaker in corporate, personal, media and political communications. Clive is particularly interested in the transformation and development capacity of people and organizations.

He specialised in his field in the USA in the early 1980's, in a consultancy to the US Department of State. Founder of Communication Dynamics (Pty) Ltd. Clive is a regular writer and media commentator on marketing and communication
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PRESENTATIONS by Clive Simpkins COMMUNICATION: •The individual and how s/he impacts on organizational image through communication. •The fragile relationship between personal and corporate communication. •Improving communication to impact on your bottom line. CHANGE & TRANSFORMATION: Spiritual Intelligence in Business: A brand-new workshop launched with huge success via a Quality Life Company event at the Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg 29th May 2003. The event was attended by academics running leadership programs at top universities and attracted very favourable reviews. One verbatim comment from a Professor is: 'I learned at least 50 new things today!' It explores what spiritual intelligence is, how it differs from religiosity of any sort and how it is already impacting positively on global business. This is not a 'fluffy' talk about spirituality. It's a pragmatic look at a growing trend in business and what will happen to organizations that don't get into step with the growing march to integrity. Examining the triple bottom lines of business for sustainability and a variety of other aspects crucial to business survival, this talk or workshop can be adapted to fit a variety of timing needs. LEADERSHIP: •What is it? •Why do so few business people have it? •How to recognise, nurture and benefit from it. •How it differs from "management". •Charisma, what is it, who has it, and what role does it play? TECHNOLOGY IS FORCING CHANGE ON YOU: •How hi-tech is forcing the world to change at a stressful and painful rate. •How we can cope, thrive and optimise the opportunities presented by accelerating technological change. •Includes state of the art, up to date examples of convergent technology, IT and how to rediscover "hi-touch". STRESS MANAGEMENT: •Why some barely survive, and others thrive, on stress. •Differentiates between stress and pressure and shows you how to recognise and benefit from the difference. •Deals with personality hardiness and developing the versatility required to handle stress. •Includes nutrition, exercise & meditation advice. DEPRESSION & CO-DEPENDENCY: •How to recognise and survive what is predicted by the World Health Organization (WHO), to be the single biggest disease apart from HIV/AIDS, of the early 2000's. •What depression & co-dependency are and why they trap us into repeated failure-focused life scripts. What we can do to change our thinking and our lives. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OR QUOTIENT: •The difference between EQ and IQ. •Why EQ means business and social success and why IQ alone almost guarantees failure. •How to recognise your own EQ capacity and use it to best career and personal effect. •Practical techniques for managing your mind and your emotions. Includes discussion on the Prof. James Gardner identified, "9 forms of intelligence." REINVENTING YOURSELF AND YOUR CAREER: •Ideal for people who feel they're the classic square peg in a round hole. Or for those in mid career burnout or crisis. •How to find your niche and use your talent and interest to best advantage. Also great for young people needing to make decisions about career choice. MANAGING THE MEDIA: •Handling a TV or radio interview or press conference, particularly if it's adversarial. •Turning negatives into neutrals, or positives. Choosing the organizational media spokesperson. •Dressing and behaving for the media and your public. Setting objectives and using the sound-bite to your advantage.
PRESENTATIONS by Clive Simpkins COMMUNICATION: •The individual and how s/he impacts on organizational image through communication. •The fragile relationship between personal and corporate communi
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS - Clive brings his own data projector and notebook laptop. - Client to arrange large white screen (2 m wide across bottom) - Flipchart and pens for sessions of facilitation.
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS - Clive brings his own data projector and notebook laptop. - Client to arrange large white screen (2 m wide across bottom) - Flipchart and pens for sessions of facilitation
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