Looking ahead to 2017, High50 loves some of the talks and courses that The How To: Academy is planning for January and February.
Highlights include Charles Moore and Sir David Cannadine in conversation on the life and legacy of Margaret Thatcher at the Royal Institution in Albemarle Street and an evening with the ever fabulous 50+ Alexandra Shulman, Editor of British Vogue and now author. Charles Moore is an eminent journalist and editor and Margaret Thatcher’s official biographer. Sir David Cannadine is a political historian and the first historian to assess the Iron Lady’s legacy in a new book so debate will be lively. Alexandra Shulman, will talk fittingly at the Condé Nast School of Fashion in Soho about her new book, Inside Vogue, A Diary of my 100th Year and about her 24 years as editor.
There are also two talks we think are perfect for anyone over 50: one is a talk on how to become a part-time entrepreneur by Patrick J. McGinnis, which means learning how to change your life and make lots of money without having to give up your day job and the second is a Business Masterclass on how to deal with millennials . Dr. Eliza Filby will argue that the generation we baby boomers love to moan about can be managed and skilfully exploited to great effect. The course aims to ‘demystify’ the generation and teach us how to understand them and communicate with them better as citizens, employees and consumers. We’re looking forward to hearing how – and suggest the next course might be on how to deal with them as bosses.
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