Rob Lambert
Rob Lambert
Rob is on a mission to make management more interesting, rewarding, and fun. It's an uphill struggle. Rob started his career as a software tester, became an engineering manager, and then made the logical move sideways to HR, before setting up his own management consulting company. When he's not talking all things management, he writes books, help parents remain employable, takes photos of cars, explores the English countryside with his family, and writes TV and film scripts. His biggest achievement to date is surviving parenthood to three boys. Interestingly, he hopes they grow up with their mothers bone structure as Rob has broken almost every bone in his body and spent most of his teenage years at the Accident and Emergency hospital. You can find Rob at and on Twitter @rob_lambert.
Speech title: 10 Behaviours of Effective Employees

It's never been more important to remain relevant to the company you work for, the wider community and the job market. The world of work is changing rapidly and traditional approaches to work are increasingly becoming irrelevant to many companies. In this changing market, being relevant means you’ll have more opportunities for work, discover more meaningful work and have the right behaviours to help companies solve tricky problems. You’ll also develop yourself in ways you didn’t think were possible. Leaders are expecting more relevant behaviours from their team - behaviours that can deal with the uncertainty and unknown challenges many companies now face. To stay relevant to these changes you need to adopt positive and impactful behaviours in the workplace. In this talk, Rob shares 10 Behaviours that he’s seen effective employees demonstrate. The 10 behaviours that will help you to remain relevant are:

01 - Being Visibly Passionate

02 - Being Open-Minded

03 - Stepping Outside Their Job Role

04 - Becoming Company Smart

05 - Customer Focused

06 - Improving The Process

07 - Do What They Say They Will

08 - Communicate Effectively

09 - Self Learners

10 - Bravery

This is a fun and energetic talk and you’ll come away from it inspired to go forth and develop effective behaviours.

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