Category Archives: Presentations

‘Chance favours the prepared mind’

One of Herman Miller’s most recent pieces of research is entitled ‘Scenarios 2018’. Scenario planning is something that we often do in our private lives, where we imagine a series of ‘what ifs’ and create scenarios in our minds of … Continue reading

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Don’t be embarrassed – we are all sales people

Whatever your role is, at some time you will need to employ selling skills. Whether it is in the traditional sense of selling a product or service, or whether you are selling a concept or idea to colleagues. So, I … Continue reading

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Is authenticity in design dead? A Herman Miller Insight Group Debate

For our third Insight Group debate, we go back to our roots as we explore the idea of original design. Is there even any such thing as an original idea in today’s world or have we become such a collaborative species … Continue reading

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The joys of presenting – some advice

If you follow me on twitter (@markcatchlove) then you maybe will have spotted that I recently tweeted some advice about presentations. I was inspired to do this during a recent conference as I observed some (not all) speakers failing to … Continue reading

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