This audiobook features "Pandora’s Dreams" by Peter Beaumont. Published in the February 2021 issue of After Dinner Conversation: Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Magazine.Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Magazine: Code “Happy” for 12 Issues/$4.95! https://www.afterdinnerconversation.com/subscribe/yearlySTORY SUMMARY (Spoilers): Should we be held accountable for what we imagine, but choose not to actually do? Does wrong thought always lead to wrong action? In this work of philosophical short story fiction, scientists have discovered a way to record dreams and make them available for playback. This quickly gives rise to the bootleg sale of horrible and wonderful dreams to a general public interested in ever-more spectacle. It also creates a market for buying and watching the dreams of celebrities. Finally, it brings about the government subpoenaing dreams to use as evidence in trials and, later, in helping it discover crimes that have not, but might, happen in the future. This story, like all After Dinner Conversation stories, has suggested discussion questions at the end.COMPANION PODCAST: Listen to our panel discussions of After Dinner Conversation short stories (“Philosophy | Ethics Short Story Discussions”).BOOK LINK: Download the accompanying short story here.MAGAZINE: Sign up for our monthly magazine and receive short stories that ask ethical and philosophical questions. Use the discount code on our website to get the first month free or an entire year for just $4.95!SUPPORT: Support us on Patreon.FOLLOW: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Peter Beaumont Explains What Doesn't Make a Good Leader
What CEOs Want to Know
Success Authority Peter Beaumont turns the idea of exemplary leadership on its head when he describes the mistakes that leaders too often make.Key Questions:What are the adverse effects of poor leadership?Does leading during a crisis change?How would scenario planning help right now?See the full transcript and summary at https://successauthorities.com/2021/08/20/episode-1-peter-beaumont-explains-what-doesnt-make-a-good-leader/
Feb 2021 - Customer Contact During Lockdown - Guest: Peter Beaumont
Winning at Selling | Sales Leadership, Training and Development by Scott "The Professor"- Plum and Bill Hellkamp
The Covid lockdown has changed the way we do business. Many of our methods for staying in contact with our customers have gone by the wayside. We are a full year into the problem and waiting for it to go away is a losing strategy. It’s time to develop new approaches and processes for building our customer relationships. So try not to get your knickers in a knot as I discuss Customer Contact During Lockdown with special guest, Peter Beaumont. That and much more on episode 446 of the Get in the Door Podcast.
Why You Need to Be More Strategic About Business Relationships with Peter Beaumont - 143
The Speaking Club: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking
Whatever way you look at it, business comes down to relationships. People do business with people not companies. Peter Beaumont has led the marketing teams for some of the most iconic global brands, in a career spanning over 80 countries. In that time he figured out the secret to creating and managing relationships and now he speaks and consults with other companies using his six step process to help them develop more powerful connections and take things to the next level. Being able to take a more strategic, intentional and measured approach to developing relationships will benefit you whether you have a multi-million pound company, or you’re an online entrepreneur, coach, author or expert looking to grow your network, audience and sales. That’s why I’ve invited Peter onto the show! Enjoy! What you’ll discover: The problem with business relationships that needs to be solved. That not all relationships in business are equal. How to define the key relationships. The important ingredients for developing strategic partnerships. How you know if you’re doing ‘human to human’ business relationships right. Peter’s six step process. Why it’s as relevant for small businesses as large ones. How speaking fits into Peter’s business? All things Peter Beaumont: Website: http://connxn.net LinkedIn: Peter M Beaumont Twitter: @pbeaumConnXN Email: peter.beaumont@ConnXN.net Books: The Relationship Roadmap - Peter Beaumont Start With Why - Simon Sinek Resources: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thespeakingclub/ https://www.saraharcher.co.uk/challenge https://www.facebook.com/SarahArcherSpeak/ https://www.saraharcher.co.uk https://www.standoutpitch.com Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts: leave a comment below. Share this show on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. To help the show out: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and review really help get the word out and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes.