The Institution of Lighting Professionals invites you to this free, fun, friendly talk.
How to be brilliant at Light23
We have one critical message that needs to be amplified and actioned. The lighting industry seems to be going in circles around its own lovely echo chamber.
In David Attenborough’s words: “We need to not just to talk about what we can do, but to do what we can. This is a challenge that we should try to solve in a quick way, but with a long term vision”
We have the plan to help everyone push in the right direction and act now with effectiveness. We will start moving forward faster if we not only apply our knowledge but also communicate it in the most resourceful way.
So let’s talk about communication and action. About keeping promises and avoid having to “apologise for the inconvenience”. Time to act together, our planet will not take apologies, and our future generations depend on us.
Our HTBB speaker is
Paul is an internationally recognized lighting designer with a proven track record in diverse applications from heritage to headquarters buildings. Knowledge sharing and designing projects take equal priority in Paul’s professional life.
The session is hosted by Karen, Sue, April and Rob from the How To Be Brilliant Team.
Whatever point you are at in your studies or career, communicating, actioning, and challenging is a must! We welcome you to come and listen to Paul’s experience and advice, and be inspired.
Hope you can make it – ALL welcome!
The How To Be Brilliant series is brought to you by the Institution of Lighting Professionals in collaboration with BEGA. Their generous support means we never ever charge to attend.
This HTBB session takes place within Light23 exhibition, which you need to register for. The ILP is a supporter of Light23 but not the organiser, so we will share your details with the organisers… we also strongly recommend you book your own entry place directly with them.
To book your place click here to go to the Light23 website.
The talk will start at 13.30pm. At the end of the talk you can ask questions, meet other people, meet the speaker, and the How To Be Brilliant team will be on hand to talk about anything lighting career related.
If it is your first time – or if you are nervous about coming along, for any reason, please get in touch with us and we can support you!