I knew what I was to do in London. I knew where I had to go.
One of seven people training 90 professional clinicians on that day.
Did it go to plan?
>sigh< Their computers thought otherwise.
But that's OK. I improvised. Later one of the other trainers/presenters was amazed I held it together. I had my computer to use. I had my presentation. I had my speech.
They enjoyed my presentation. They learnt. They thanked me and asked for my business cards.
But that's just the start. Later this month I'll be co-training police officers on several sessions.
Will there be more? Maybe.
I wrote an article on varied interview styles and another one on how to create questionnaires.
People round the world have read them and looked at my academic profile.
I read on another site that from the 10th March people from 11 different countries have looked at these writings. 10 from the UK. Six from the US. Three from Ireland. Two from South Africa. Two from United Republic of Tanzania. One from Algeria, from India, from Germany, from Taiwan, from the Philippines, from Malaysia.
I told you innovators are slowly recognised.
But it's happening.