Featuring content from Jane Goodall, Emma Watson, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Greta Thunberg, Melinda Gates, Kate Raworth, Anita Roddick and Malala Yousafzai, Tell Stories That Matter looks behind the scenes at how they communicate, so that you can learn to tell better stories yourself.
Communications Designer @IBM • Climate Reality Leader • Lover of Old Business Books, Clever Technology and the NHS • Based in London, UK.
Here are 5 predictions that we at IBM believe will help organisations to become more sustainable over the next 5 years.
If you only read one thing today, this report should be it. Very readable and full of important stats and stories. If you want to learn more about the UN’s … Continue reading Sustainable Development Goals: Progress in 2020?
Urgent Solutions for Urgent Times. 30 minutes well spent…
You can change the world just by sharing your story.
“SMUBA”. What is it, why does it it matter – and how can you use it as a framework for your next world changing project.
Analysis of Dario Gil’s keynote from THINK 2020 about The Future of Quantum Computing. What made it such a good talk? Why did it work? And what can you learn from it to make yourself a better speaker?
I get asked quite regularly, “So what exactly does IBM do?”. Often followed up with questions around how does it do it? Here’s my short(ish) 12-minute take on what we do at IBM, how we do it, and why.
one of the first keynotes I’ve given about the parable behind the “Wild Ducks”, the process that drives all great transformations, and I share 6 climate related stories about the work I’m currently involved in.
Neil Gaiman talking at me for 5 hours has been one of the most enjoyable ways to pass the time that I could imagine…
Excellent partnership with IBM Garage + The Climate Service in challenging circumstances. Advanced Climate Risk Analytics Platform built on the IBM Cloud. 💚🌍
Over the last few years I have been lucky enough to work with or alongside speechwriters for Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, Tony Blair, Ginni Rometty, Steve Jobs and Al Gore. Here’s a collection of some of the best advice I received.