Nick Smallman is the Co-founder Curv a new social network and also the CEO of Working Voices an interpersonal communication consultancy he founded 25 years ago. Nick believes that social media could be a force for good if it was run with people in mind as opposed to profits.
“Smartphones and social media are quickly becoming the biggest issue we face as a society after climate change. Because without good information and systemic cooperation, positive change is extremely difficult”.
Over the last 20 years Nick has developed more than 50 Courses, Workshops and Seminars in all areas of human communication. He has lectured at the London Business School and Columbia Business School and counts some of the world’s most successful companies as his clients such as JP Morgan, Sony Music, Goldman Sachs and BlackRock. He works with politicians on both sides of the Atlantic, charities, non-profit organisations and enjoys mentoring young entrepreneurs
When presenting, Nick is inspirational, funny and insightful and believes in showing rather than telling. His style is conversational, challenging and improvisational. Unsurprisingly, he’s often called upon to comment on current events in both the business and political spheres. Today his focus is on solving this extraordinarily human problem.
Nick lives in London with a Dog and 3 Cats.