Peter Osborn

Peter Osborn

Peter teaches the skills of conversation in schools, businesses, local authorities, charities and social enterprises. He’s produced books, videos, workshops and professional development programmes for British Telecom, the Communication Trust, The Stephen Lawrence Trust, The UK Youth Parliament, Essex County Council and many more.  

As well as being Co-founder of The Centre for Creative Conversation, Peter is also a visiting lecturer at The Department of Applied Social Science Community Development and Youth Work at Goldsmiths, University of London, and is a Trustee / Facilitator for the bereavement charity, The Loss Foundation.  



Creative Conversation: seven habits for better connections


Our 24/7 culture makes the world more accessible, locally and globally, facilitating connection with family, friends and colleagues. And yet, with growing narratives of division within and between societies, increasingly people are asking if the very technologies that connect us are also driving us apart.  

In this workshop with Pete Osborn and Eddy Canfor-Dumas – otherwise known as the Ant and Dec of dialogue – you’ll find out how to improve the quality of the connections and conversations you have. Diving into the challenge of connection in the 24/7 world, you’ll take part in a powerful exercise to show how much connection can be achieved in just a five-minute conversation.  

Come away with some powerful tools and free resources that you can use 24/7, wherever and however your conversations might take place- networking, at work and in your personal life.