Focus on Management Skills to Grow your Small Business - June 2018

Focus on Management Skills to Grow your Small Business - June 2018

Whilst employees can be vital to the growth of any company, they can also be a challenging and scary undertaking for a small business.

At this half day workshop, you will focus on your management skills and discover how you can get the most out of the investment you have already made or plan to make in employees.  

This workshop will focus on…

  • Time Management and resource planning skills - that convert time into money
  • Effective delegation skills  - that give clear responsibility and expectations
  • Handling challenging and developmental feedback  - that develop skills and motivation

Who should attend? 

This event will be particularly beneficial to owners of businesses who have 1 or 2 employees or who are looking to take on their first employee.  

Why attend?

This workshop will provide you with the necessary information and skills to transform your management skills by improving communication, time management and planning skills which in turn will enable increased engagement and productivity from your employees.


Details

Date:
12 June, 2018 - 12 June, 2018
Time:
9:00am - 1:00pm
Registration from 8.30am
Price:
Free
Location:
The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP19 8FF
Contact:
Buckinghamshire Business First Events Team
events@bbf.uk.com

Speakers

Colin Murray
  • Colin Murray

Coaching Mindset Ltd


About the Presenter

Colin Murray

Colin combines a passion for improvement with coaching skills and extensive experience of rapid growth businesses to facilitate change, develop team capacity and improve capability.

He has successfully coached and facilitated change and improvement, creating a leadership culture that supports the embedding of new roles to develop capacity and improve team capability. Colin has coached at Director level across the NHS in addition to delivering over 20 management and leadership development programs for the world’s largest automotive manufacturer.

 


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