In this presentation David will bring his unique blend of poetry, philosophy, humour and insight to bear on the art and practice of deepening the conversations we engage in throughout our lives – with our partners, our work, our astonishing world and ourselves, especially with the many frontiers we are experiencing today.
Date: Saturday 2nd February 2019, (2.00 – 5.00 p.m.)
Venue: St Aldates Church, St Aldates (A420), Oxford OX1 1BT (Opposite Christ Church)
The St Aldates is a short walk from Oxford’s railway station and close to several car parks.
Early Bird Fees: Paid by 19th January 2019
Self Sponsored & Charities – £100+VAT
(Self sponsored includes limited businesses with a total of three or less employees)
Corporate Sponsored – £125+VAT
Standard Fees: Paid after 19th January 2019
Self Sponsored & Charities – £125+VAT
Corporate Sponsored – £150+VAT
Booking: To book please email email@example.com with your name and invoicing address indicating whether you are self-sponsored or corporate sponsored.
We have been partnering with David since 2005, bringing workshops and the unique salon series format to many people in that time.
David is first and foremost a poet. His work has struck a resonant chord within organisations and the personal and professional development arenas around the world. He is an inspiring speaker who, with a poet’s insight, speaks to our human condition, and to the core of the challenges individuals and organisations face today and offers a vision for the way ahead.
David’s client list includes: Astra Zenica, The Boeing Company, Deloitte & Touche, Innogy, The Industrial Society, Lucent Technology, Mattel, McKinsey, Microsoft, Nasa, Novartis, The Royal Air Force, Standard Chartered Bank, Stanford University, State of the World Forum, Said Business School, University of Oxford, Toyota, Unilever & Visa International.
He has published eight books of poetry including River Flow New & Selected Poems and his latest collection The Bell and The Blackbird published in 2018. David is also the author of the best selling prose books, The Heart Aroused, Crossing the Unknown Sea, The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationships and Consolations.
“Everyone I met was raving about him. The delegates were like a ‘who’s who’ of British Industry and Whyte stole the show.”