Seminar Information

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  • Birmingham
  • September: Thursday 19th, Novotel Birmingham Centre, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

    Time - Registration 11.00am for a prompt 11.15am start

    Presenter - Richard Gwatkin from Watchtower Consulting Ltd

    Topic - Digital This, Digital That

    Synopsis:


    "Digital" is revolutionising the world of business, but what is Digital? This seminar will help bring clarity on the different facets of Digital, how it is transforming the business landscape and help identify how you and your organisation can leverage it to innovate, differentiate and optimise to stay ahead of the curve.


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    • How does this apply to me - industry contextualisation
    • Establishing clarity over the different facets of Digital
    • How is Digital transforming business?
    • Real world examples

    About The Presenter:


    Richard is a Director at Watchtower Consulting and is passionate about helping people and businesses grow and succeed by driving organisational performance through optimisation, innovation and differentiation.

  • October: Thursday 17th, Novotel Birmingham Centre, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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  • Central and East Lancashire
  • September: Thursday 12th, Barton Grange Hotel 11.45 - 2.15 pm

    Time - 1030 - 1145

    Presenter - Laura Bolton, Tara Maynard and Neil Welsh

    Topic - Programming the SatNav to #AchieveMore From Your Money

    Everyone knows that they need to save for those long term goals, but does every know how they should be saving? Or even when and if those goals will still be achievable?


    Our interactive session will take you through the life stages of a client and show you the method in investment to help keep those goals on the right path, programming that SatNav to get you to your destination.


    Laura Bolton, Tara Maynard and Neil Welsh are all Financial Advisers and spend their days supporting clients in the planning leading up to retirement and beyond.


    www.pmm.co.uk


    laura.bolton@pmm.co.uk


    tara.maynard@pmm.co.uk


    neil.welsh@pmm.co.uk

  • October: Thursday 17th, Stanley House 11.45 - 2.15 pm

    Time - 1030 - 1145

    Presenter - Steve Edge, Optmsm

    Topic - Deliberate Performance; Improve on Purpose

    There is an academically proven way to improve and yet we are all taught a different way.


    With a few tweaks you can radically improve performance levels in those who interact with customers.  We will cover:


    ? How we are taught today


    ? Debunking the myths behind high performance


    ? Core elements needed to transform performance


    ? 5 Easy steps to creating a high performance culture


    Steve Edge is ?The Habits Coach, based on a long and successful career as an imperfect sales professional. As a youngster Steve graduated from selling sweets at schools to buying and selling horses including one to the Royal Family.


    Years in the technology sector enabled Steve to work in Automotive, Aerospace, Petrochemicals and Robotics for both small start-ups and global players. Frustration trying to effectively develop sales talent started a journey of self-learning focused on the study of expert performance and habitual behaviour.


    Steve Edge, OPTSM


    www.OPTSM.co.uk


    07880735 774


    se@optsm.co.uk

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  • November: Thursday 14th, Barton Grange Hotel 1145 - 1415

    Time - 1030 - 1145

    Presenter - Harrison Drury

    Topic - A Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit

    This seminar will provide a practical guide to help attendees to manage mental health in the workplace. It aims to assist an employer in determining what they can, can?t, should and shouldn?t be doing in different types of circumstances involving sensitive, challenging and varied mental health issues with employees.

    Managing mental health in the workplace can often be difficult and intimidating. In particular, there tend to be two kinds of situations that employers have to deal with:

    1) Known conditions
    2) Conditions which are not known to the employer or which take them by surprise

    In this seminar, we will look at the approaches available to employers when an employee makes a condition known to them.

    We will also look at how an employer should deal with conditions that are not made known / pro-actively declared / formally diagnosed as these can be particularly difficult to deal with if, perhaps, an employee?s behaviour changes.

    The next section of the seminar will cover preventative measures that an employer can look at ? one primary example of this is flexible working. 


    Presenters


    Helen Darbyshire
    Helen is an HR Advisor who works within the Employment & Regulatory team at Harrison Drury to provide support to employers both for discrete activities / individual cases and routine matters under the HR Compass retainer service.  In her role, Helen is able to provide clients with practical advice, guidance and coaching covering everyday HR issues which all employers encounter at some point. Using her extensive experience in operational HR roles, she supplements the service provided by the legal professionals within the Employment Team by coaching managers how to best translate legal advice into practice in sometimes difficult circumstances.

    Sarah Astley
    Sarah is an Associate Solicitor at Harrison Drury. Sarah deals with HR issues for businesses. She primarily advises on the employment aspects of business sales and acquisitions, drafting employment documentation and dealing with day to day queries regarding employees.

    Roger Spence
    Roger is a Solicitor and Director at Harrison Drury, he is also head of the Employment & Regulatory Department at the firm. Roger advises businesses on the full range of day to day HR issues and provides Employment Tribunal representation. He also advises on the employment aspects of business sales and acquisitions. Roger is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association

    Emily Leeming

    Emily is a Solicitor at Harrison Drury. Having enjoyed her seats within Employment during her Training Contract, Emily qualified into the Employment Law team in October 2018. Since then Emily has worked with Roger, Sarah and Helen to deal with a wide variety of activities across the employment legal and HR spectrum. She has focussed particularly on aspects on business sales and acquisitions, contentious tribunal matters and advises businesses on a wide range of day to day HR issues and technical legal queries.


    Helen.Darbyshire@harrison-drury.com

    Sarah.Astley@harrison-drury.com

    Roger.Spence@harrison-drury.com

    Emily.Leeming@harrison-drury.com


  • December: Thursday 12th, Stanley House 1145 - 1415

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  • February: Thursday 13th, Stanley House 11.45 - 2.15

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  • July: Thursday 16th, Stanley House 1145 - 1415

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  • October: Thursday 15th, Stanley House 1145 - 1415

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  • December: Thursday 10th, Stanley House 1130 - 1500

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  • Chester
  • September: Thursday 12th, The Chester Grosvenor Hotel

    Time - 10am registration, tea and coffee for a 10.30am start

    Presenter - Justine Watkinson

    Topic - Employee Engagement ? What is all the fuss!

    The Business Network Educational seminar this month is all about Employee engagement.

    The Phrase Employee Engagement
    is often banded around by directors and senior managers. They say that they are committed to improve their internal culture but often this is just lip service because it?s a trendy new concept. Employee Engagement is too often seen by commercially focused leaders to be the ?fluffy? end of strategic management and development and simply not for them but for HR.


    These people are so wrong! Building real sustainable value in a business starts and ends with the people within it. Those business leaders who do not genuinely commit to engagement and trust strategies will ultimately underperform against their competitors as the dynamics of our workforce changes.


    About the Presenter (s)


    Justine Watkinson is head of the Employment law team and Engagement Director at Hillyer Mckeown solicitors. She has a passion for helping business to improve their people management processes and strategies and the psychology of business change.


    Whatever your scale of Business - come and visit and as a Members or Visitors to The Network you will

    • Understand the importance of employee engagement and how it underpins all areas of their business,


    • Learn a number easy implementation tools to kick off their engagement journey

    • Take away actions to start the narrative and commit to improvement and change.


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  • Exeter
  • September: Wednesday 4th, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Dave Stickland - WPA Healthcare

    Topic - Living Well Forever

    We have come to accept our physical peak as being in our 20's or 30's with the following decades seeing a slow decline in our health and well-being.


    Increasing knowledge of nutrition, exercise and metabolism means that today it is quite possible for a vast majority of us to get steadily more and more vital into our 80's and 90's which in turn means a longer happier life with a quicker decline towards our later years.


    We will be sharing current knowledge and trends in eating, diets, exercise and health maintenance. Offering ideas for eating and exercise habits and talking through what you can do, right now, with little or no extra resource to improve your health and vitality.


    The presentation will cover:


    • Why we have, despite huge amounts of money being spent on medicine and food, got larger and larger in the Developed world.
    • Why, with the massive amounts of energy going into research and pharmaceuticals are we contracting so many illnesses, from Cancer to Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
    • How you can maintain and reduce your weight without going on any diets or changing your shopping habits. And incidentally explaining why diets NEVER work in the medium to long term.
    • Why the words 'everything in moderation' may not be appropriate anymore.
    • Why dog walking is not be enough!
    • Why fat is so good for you and which ones to eat and in what quantity.
    • Where can you go from here? We will be sending you away with huge amounts of ideas and resources for you to read and watch should you choose to take your vitality seriously after our hour together.

    Dave, as well as being Healthcare Partner with WPA, is a health fanatic, Biohacker and grave dodger. With his wife Adele, who is a well-known Health and Fitness professional in the Westcountry, they have over 60 years of nutrition, health and exercise experience. The Western world is starting to release itself from the shackles of conventional medicine, realising the ?Functional Medicine? will keep the NHS and illness from your front door.

  • October: Wednesday 9th, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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  • January: Wednesday 22nd, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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  • February: Wednesday 12th, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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  • March: Wednesday 11th, Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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  • April: Wednesday 1st, Exeter Racecourse

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  • London Central
  • September: Thursday 12th, Crowne Plaza London - Kings Cross 12.00 - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Richard Hagen - Co-Founder of mPower Limited

    Topic - Write Your Book - Grow Your Business

    Most business owners, trainers, consultants and entrepreneurs are experts in what they do. However, they have little impact or recognition beyond their immediate circle.


    Some are definitely not happy to just be an expert. They want something more? They seek leadership in their field.


    This seminar shares insights and strategies from the publishing and product-creation world that put solid foundations in place for true leadership in your field.


    Leaders in a field constantly reach large audiences, transform the lives and results of many people or businesses and grow their own businesses at scale.


    Some people think they just need to write a book or create products to become a leader or go-to authority. If only?


    Leaders don?t make products. They craft powerful products, products that transform rather than bore or merely inform.


    But sadly most business experts will make fatal errors right at the beginning of their book or product project. The result will be bland, generic and ineffective?both for the reader and the expert who created it.


    Following this seminar you will:



    • Be able to avoid being bland, generic and ineffective

    • Know how to shape your own expert to leader journey

    • Understand the role books and other products can play in transforming your business.

  • October: Thursday 10th, London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch 12 Noon - 2.00 p

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Carola Becker - The Nutrition Coach, Life is Good Nutrition

    Topic - How To Become A Corporate Athlete

    Just like an athlete preparing for competition, you need to show sustained high performance. But your performance is not only the result of high cognitive capacity ? your physical capacities are equally important. This is where your diet and lifestyle have a significant impact. Eat well to achieve your personal and commercial goals!


    There is no way around it ? if you want to live healthier, cope better with pressure and increase your focus, you need to accept that what you eat matters.


    Topics cover in this presentation:


    • The concept of becoming a corporate athlete

    • Understand the power of ?Strategic Eating?

    • Forget about willpower!

    Carola Becker is a forward thinking and passionate Nutrition Coach, certified Nutritional Therapist and founder of Life is Good Nutrition. She partners with organisations and individuals to inspire them to make positive changes and create a healthier, more resilient and more productive life for their workforce and themselves.


  • November: Thursday 14th, London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch 12 Noon - 2.00 p

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Navjeet Grewal - The Mind Re-org

    Topic - The Power Of Vision

    This month's seminar is being presented by Navjeet Grewal from The
    Mind Re-org. Entitled 'The Power of Vision', Navjeet will help you to
    understand how having a clear vision can be a powerful tool to achieve
    the desired business results.


    The presentation will show how a clear vision:


    • guides, motivates, and helps in creating and achieving the Business goals.
    • helps in creating the business model, intellectually stimulates and motivates the entrepreneur as well as the employees.
    • helps establishing clear relationships with the clients, organisational structuring as well as team building.
    • helps to inspire the teams as well a gives direction and inspiration when the business is going through difficult times.

  • December: Thursday 5th, London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch 12 Noon - 2.00 p

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  • January: Thursday 16th, London Marriott Hotel Marble Arch - 12 Noon - 2.00

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    Presenter - Ingrid Bahri - Managing Director - Funded (UK)

    Topic - How Do I Create Innovation In My Business To Open Up Funding Opportunities

    This month's seminar is being presented by Ingrid Bahri, Managing
    Director at Funded (UK). In it Ingrid will provide answers to the
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    • What is innovation?
    • What are the benefits?
    • How do I apply innovation to my business?

    Ingrid will be touching on funding opportunities such as State Aid, Grants and Tax Relief created through innovation.


    Ingrid Bahri has over 38 years intense business experience. She is a
    highly effective, strategic and competent professional with key focus on
    lead generation and top level business development and support through
    innovation funding.

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  • Manchester
  • August: Thursday 29th, The Lowry Hotel - 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Nadine Stanton - Professional Training UK Ltd

    Topic - How To Deal With Difficult People

    This month's seminar is being presented by Nadine Stanton, Founder and Director of Professional Training UK Ltd. Nadine states, "With the right skills, you can manage even the most challenging of people. This short workshop will include an interactive case study and a thought-provoking exercise. We will look at clients and colleagues alike that can be rude, arrogant, criticise ability, engage in inappropriate banter the list goes on?."


    This workshop will cover the following:



    • Manage conflict situations effectively

    • Learn to recognise and handle manipulative behaviour

    • Learn to be more assertive

    • Understand why people behave in the way that they do

    • Learn why your own reaction to difficult people may need addressing

    • Maintain credibility with your colleagues

    • Create a happier more productive work environment

  • September: Thursday 26th, The Midland Hotel - 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • October: Thursday 31st, Crowne Plaza Hotel 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • November: Thursday 21st, The Midland Hotel - 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

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  • Peterborough
  • September: Thursday 26th, Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, 12 noon - 2.00pm

    Time - Registration 11.00am for a prompt 11.15am start

    Presenter - Adrian Slack from Clarian Health & Safety Training

    Topic - Mental Health First Aid In The Workplace

    Synopsis:

    What do you understand about mental health, and how this can impacts on individuals in the workplace? One in four people in the UK will suffer, or have mental health problems at some point in their working lifetime.  Our seminar will explore various aspects of mental health issues in the workplace and what can be done to help.

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    • What is mental health
    • Aims of first aid mental health, and the roles and responsibilities of the mental health trained first aid person
    • Identifying some mental health conditions, and basic warning signs of stress, depression, anxiety, PTSD.
    • How to start a difficult conversation about mental health issues. Where to go next?

    About The Presenter:

    Adrian worked in the emergency services for over 30 years, and dealt with many traumatic events. But not all mental health issues comes from the incidents he has attended and been in charge of. As a mental health trainer, he knows this can effect anyone for many other reasons than being directly involved with tragedy and trauma alone.

  • October: Thursday 24th, Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, 12 noon - 2.00pm

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  • South Herts
  • September: Wednesday 25th, Holiday Inn, London Elstree

    Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

    Presenter - Dexter Moscow - Audience Dynamics

    Topic - The 9 Steps to Sales P.O.T.E.N.T.I.A.L

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    The 9 Steps to sales P.O.T.E.N.T.I.A.L. is a step by step process that enables you to achieve success in your business meetings and ensure that you have a formal, effective sales process, otherwise you will be subject to your prospects process. Which is:      


    • How can you help me?  
    • What are your ideas to solve my problems?
    • How much is it going to cost?
    • Send me your proposal.

    What happens next? You send them your proposal and they do one of three things:


    • Send it to their existing supplier,
    • Decide to do it themselves.
    • Or even worse, use your proposal as a template to send to your competition.

    The 9 Steps to sales POTENTIAL will help you keep on track, know where you are in the conversation and allows you to keep control. It gives all parties a clear understanding of what happens next and either do the deal, arrange a further meeting, or be prepared to walk away. 


    This structured approach will enable you to create a positive, engaging and professional impression from the moment you enter the room to when you leave it.


    The session will include active participation from the delegates and in so doing they will leave with a formal business winning sales process. 


    ABOUT THE PRESENTER


    Dexter started his career in advertising working for a Mafia-connected advertising agency, today he is a Keynote Speaker, Influencing Skills Coach and TV Presenter.

    A passion for people and a desire for results led Dexter to the role of senior trainer at QVC, where he coached business owners on how to successfully sell their products to an invisible audience.

    Roles ranging from Sales Director to Equity Partner; Head of Training to Business Owner taught Dexter many valuable lessons. Leading him to understand his client?s problems enabling Dexter to help them deliver business-winning pitches, presentations and control their prospecting conversations.

    This and myriad training methodologies that have been put to the test over decades inform Dexter's unique approach to coaching helping others to gain the most when communicating with colleagues, teams, clients and customers.

    Dexter is married with twin sons, and 4 grandchildren, and lives in Hendon.

    Built on five decades of sales experience, His book Stand Up & Sell will show you how to: * Move away from using the PowerPoint crutch;  * stop ?selling? by truly understanding the other person?s needs; * no longer hide but take centre stage; * stop losing out to the competition; * no longer waste time and money at networking events; * become a better storyteller (not a better liar!); * master the art of face to face conversations.

  • October: Wednesday 30th, Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

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  • South Humberside
  • September: Wednesday 11th, San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 11:45 - 2:00

    Time - 10am Registration, 10:30 prompt start

    Presenter - Zoe Butler from Blue Tea Pot Media

    Topic - Smartphone photography and social media!

    We understand you can?t have a photographer with you 24/7! And the need to visual content on social media is rising! This seminar will look into maximising your smartphone for photography and video. As well we posting your images in social media!

  • October: Wednesday 9th, Ashbourne Hotel, Immingham

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  • November: Wednesday 6th, Abbys Upstairs, Grimsby

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    Presenter - Gary Payne - The Gill Payne Partnership

    Topic - GDPR Seminar and Update

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  • December: Wednesday 4th, San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 11:45 - 2:00

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  • January: Wednesday 15th, San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 11:45 - 2:00

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    Presenter - Gail Spavin - Gail Spavin Financial

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  • February: Wednesday 5th, Ashbourne Hotel, Immingham

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  • South Manchester
  • September: Thursday 5th, Pinewood on Wilmslow, 10.00am - 2.00pm

    Time - 10.30am

    Presenter - Will Kintish of Kintish Networking Skills

    Topic - The Power Of The Question

    What?s the icebreaker question? How do I really get to know you? What challenge do you have? How can I follow up to move the relationship forward?


    These are 4 questions the talk will cover. Often, it?s the way we ask, the words we use that ensures we get the results we want. And, what happens when we get stuck for an answer. There is even a question for that!

  • October: Thursday 3rd, Pinewood on Wilmslow, 10.00am - 2.00pm

    Time - 10.30am

    Presenter - Mike Newman

    Topic - An inspirational talk by a multi world record holder

    As an inspirational, multiple Guinness World Record holder, Mike has spoken at many corporate events and is an instant hit with crowds due to his modest, warming approach. He?s a living example of how to make the impossible possible.

  • November: Thursday 7th, Manchester Airport Marriott, 10.00am - 2.00pm

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Birmingham Business Network

Thursday 19th September

Novotel Birmingham Centre, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

Chester Business Network

Thursday 12th September

The Chester Grosvenor Hotel

Exeter Business Network

Wednesday 4th September

Sandy Park 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

London Central Business Network

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Crowne Plaza London - Kings Cross 12.00 - 2.00 pm

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The Lowry Hotel - 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm

Peterborough Business Network

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Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, 12 noon - 2.00pm

Central and East Lancashire Business Network

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Barton Grange Hotel 11.45 - 2.15 pm

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Holiday Inn, London Elstree

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Pinewood on Wilmslow, 10.00am - 2.00pm

South Humberside Business Network

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San Pietro, Scunthorpe - Main Event 11:45 - 2:00