Locality, Regeneration & Divers[c]ities

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Sarah Bennett, John H. Butler
Intellect Books, 2000 - Art - 158 pages
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This new series addresses Art in the urban environment. As cities gradually lose the cultural connections with their industrial past, many seek to build new, post-industrial futures through urban regeneration. Art projects frequently play a key role in cultural policies that aim to re-establish use of redundant buildings and regenerate neglected neighbourhoods.

This is an international collection drawing together contributions from a range of practices and academic disciplines around the themes of regeneration, locality and sustainability.

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John Butler has more than 25 years experience in leadership development, sales and marketing management, managing change processes and strategic organisational development. He is a highly respected speaker, author and business advisor in many parts of the world.

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John Butler is a professional speaker who provides the valuable lessons from more than 25 years of leadership and business building experience to each of his speaking and consulting assignments. As a speaker he can tailor an after-dinner talk, conference, seminar, special event or motivational speech to your requirements in strategic planning, sales effectiveness, management, communication skills, personal potential, employee and customer relations, team building and personal development.

His talks and seminars have given thousands of business people around the world the key to survival, profitability and growth. He has conducted speaking engagements for clients in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, Turkey, USA, United Kingdom and in his home country of Ireland.

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John Butler has written several successful business development programmes and books including: "The Business Management Consultancy Programme, The Competency Programme, Outstanding Customer Care, Managing Outstanding Customer Service, Professional Presentation Skills, Face-to-Face Communications" and "Relationship Selling Excellence". He writes frequently for business magazines on various management and business related topics. His book "Successful Entrepreneurial Management: How to Create Personal and Business Advantage" has been described as 'the new synergy' for 21st century management and business success, which has been translated into the German language and sold widely in Germany. His book "Know Yourself, Know Your Customer" is co-authored with Frank Scheelen, published in Hungary and Germany, and gives you an underlying insight into how people 'naturally' think, feel and act and how to connect with more and more people to achieve a win/win result. "Odyssey: The Business of Consulting" is a process where he consults with consultants around the world.

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John Butler wears several consulting hats, depending on the client situation, such as: advisor, action planner, catalyst, challenger, change agent, coach, confronter, expert on-call, facilitator, listener, mediator, mentor, presenter, strategist, and supporter.

Careers in management, marketing, publishing, education, sales, distribution, consulting and organisational development are the bedrock of the wealth of experience and knowledge that he brings to each consulting and organisational development engagement. He is a practitioner, constantly learning, improving and passing value to clients. His strategy sessions have prompted thousands of business leaders to rethink their real/best contributions to their organisations. He is first and foremost, however, an entrepreneurial businessman and he is constantly applying these ideas and techniques within his own businesses, client organisations and consulting companies.

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