Lynda Russell-Whitaker


62nd Edition

Here is our 62nd GPB journal.  It is designed as an ongoing coaching tool for our clients, and is packed with a wealth of information and good hands-on tips and tricks from the world of communications, presentations, negotiations and business development.  Please write back if you wish to comment or add another reader, and – […]


The mental simulator, by Lynda Russell-Whitaker

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference”   Sir Winston Churchill Churchill may have been referring more broadly about ‘attitude’; here I’m going to write about it quite specifically as it relates to spoken communications. I am sure, however, that attitude does make a big difference. The attitude, or in Neuro Linguistic Programming […]


The rise in demand for Public Speaking, by Lynda Russell-Whitaker

The British Events industry was worth £39.1 billion in 2013 and £19.9 billion of that came from conferences and meetings. (Source: Business Visits and Events Partnership.) There has been healthy growth in the conference sector over the past two years and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. As Nigel Cooper, Managing Director at P&MM, […]


Leadership style, by Lynda Russell-Whitaker

At this time of the year, when Christmas is fast upon us, millions of people continue to celebrate the birth of a religious leader that occurred more than two thousand years ago. Therefore, I have been musing on what for me are the essential characteristics of a great leader, not then but now, in the […]


Rhyme or reason

By Lynda Russell-Whitaker Children have a fascination for rhymes. In fact, I think many people have a fascination for rhymes. I have always loved them, since I was very young, and developed a love of tongue twisters at primary school when one of my teachers, who was particularly engaging, had the entire class reciting ‘Red […]