April – October 2018
The first two in our series of monthly business seminars have taken place and we’ve received excellent feedback from the businesses who have attended. We are now incredibly excited to announce the line up for the rest of 2018! As a reminder, there is no charge for Town Centre BID levy payers to attend.
- Tue 17 April – Motivating Yourself and Your Team – ONLY 3 PLACES LEFT
Learn how to use Motivational Maps to navigate change in your business, from business growth or restructuring, to attracting and retaining talent.
- Wed 16 May – Stress & Mental Health in the Workplace
Focus on developing flexible, productive strategies to increase wellbeing in your workplace and develop and support staff.
- Wed 20 June – Cyber Essentials Masterclass
Protect your organisation against cyber attack and guard against the most common cyber threats.
- Tue 17 July – Marketing on a Budget
Get ideas for eye-catching marketing activities that you can do yourself in your business with either little or no budget.
- Tue 21 August – Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour
We all have procedures in place to deal with difficult customers, but how do you deal with anti-social behaviour from people coming into your business? Join us for strategies on coping with these tricky situations.
- Wed 19 September – Effective Networking
With so many opportunities to go ‘networking’, how can you increase the chances of building business relationships that add real value? In this seminar discover hints & tips on how to network more effectively both personally and at events.
- Tue 16 October – Making the Most of Christmas
Following his incredibly popular customer service masterclass in March, Richard Knight returns to help your business get the most out of the festive period.
Each seminar will be 2-3 hours long and refreshments will be provided. If you would like further details or to book onto any (or all) of these, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Likewise, if you have any ideas about seminars you’d find useful in future, or indeed any you’d like to talk to us about delivering in the future, just let us know.