What Business Can Learn from the Lessons of History
A unique business conference and corporate presentation that will strengthen decision making and other business skills
Business advisor, corporate communications expert and history specialist, Richard Craig, as publisher of historywow.com, is an authority on what business can learn from the lessons of history.
A knowledge of history makes business executives wiser, more mature and insightful, and improves judgement and decision making skills.
This outstanding presentation will enhance morale and motivational levels within your business, producing more committed and well-rounded executives and other team members.
The presentation will further strengthen participant’s decision making skills, which are central to the efficient running of a business.
A fascinating, informative and inspirational presentation.
Extensively researched, instructive and entertaining, ‘What Business Can Learn from the Lessons of History’ is a novel and fresh approach to broadening and enriching business capabilities.
Presenter Richard Craig has an economics and commerce degree from the University of Melbourne.
A former auditor, he has over 25 years’ corporate communications experience consulting to a diverse range of major Australian and international corporations.
He has lectured at Melbourne, RMIT and Deakin Universities.
A history devotee, he is the founder and publisher of historywow.com.
Richard travels from Melbourne
A fascinating insight into the connection between the lessons of history and business today’.Dr Glenn Tong, Chief Executive Officer, Gordagen Pharmaceuticals Pty Ltd
Informative and very interesting. Something markedly different in business conference and corporate presentations’.Anthony Lamanna, Director, ALM Williams Chartered Accountants
Outstanding. Major historical figures and events serving as exemplars for how business people can respond to the contemporary issues they face’.William Henderson, Managing Director, Technicalities Pty Ltd
‘Sheds a light on present day business issues in an historical context. An excellent learning and entertainment experience.’Lawrence Whiter, Publisher and CEO, Power Farming