Ian Berry's Online Events

always live, 
never voice over slides, all participants on video, maximum number of people 16 per event.

I've been hosting complimentary online conversations about people leadership, process innovation and    progress sustainability for more than a decade. These are the three pillars of my passion and expertise heart-leadership.

On the first Wednesday's (3.30 PM AEST) of every month I host a complimentary Sparkenation conversation with a very special guest. On November 4th my guest is Simone Boer, A/Manager Leisure and Recreation Services City of Greater Geelong (see details and registration below).

Watch the videos of the past four first Wednesday conversations at the bottom of this page. 

I also host other conversations on a regular basis. Learn about them first on this page.

Each conversation is designed to sparkenate based on the concept of a Sparkenation (see symbol opposite). A Sparkenation is a spark that ignites passion that leads to action that changes what's normal.

Every Sparkenation Conversation contains these wonderful ingredients:

  • safe, peer group environment,
  • high energy, 
  • candid, convivial, compassionate, conscious, and compelling conversation,
  • humour,
  • prominence given to curiosity, sense of wonder and generosity,
  • heart stirring and thought shifting moments,
  • relevant, timely, immediately useable content that is also 
highly valuable in the long term,
  • leads you to small yet significant shifts (quantum leaps) you decide to make in your own best way.

Every First Wednesday at 3.30 pm AEST I engage in a Sparkenation conversation with a sage in their field.

On November 4th my special guest is Dr Simone Boer. We'll be having a conversation about the keys to living fulfilled life.

Learn more and register for this complimentary conversation.

Previous first Wednesday's Paul Schmeja on Delivering The Experience (employee and customer), Peter Milligan on Loving Living in Your Learning Zone, Anne Riches on Navigating The Mindfield, and Steve Simpson on UGR's (unwritten ground rules and workplace culture.