Ever thought of a Business Coach?
A recent assignment involved capturing a corporate event in black & white. It was an exercise in the display of the involvement and intensity in the room during a business structuring session. For the businesses attending it was a step into the engine room to assemble a successful strategy for growth. Each part of the day bought strangers together through the common goal of their company advancement and learning. My brief was to reflect the attendee’s progress and encapsulate the emotions of the day without being intrusive.
As people planned their approaches and listened to the many well-appointed lectures, emotion was evident. Black and white is the obvious medium for this as it removes many of the distractions and fussy backgrounds. Capturing the intensity of the event was key to the brief and focusing on the attendees was important.
I listened to the key speech of the day by Raife Wieland of Climb Online (https://e.co.ukclimb-onlin/), he offered key information on the latest developments on promoting web traffic and customer satisfaction. Climb Online, directed by Apprentice winner Mark Wright, has a £4m turnover so it was worth listening to every piece of advice and news. It certainly stirred the audience.
Check out the Action coach site at www.actioncoachsouthwest.co.uk for the next event. It was an insight into the way of making your business work. As speaker Peter Rolliston says “Take your business from good to Great with actioncoach”
The brief was fulfilled but if you need a corporate event covered and want to capture more than just talking heads I am happy to discuss over your needs.