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Webinar - Specialisation Secrets and Value Propositions: How to stand out and get the attention of your ideal clients

As a consultant the first step in effectively marketing your services is to get the attention of your ideal clients. To accomplish this, you need to position yourself as an expert and have an effective value proposition that communicates why your ideal client should work with you.

13 October 2016

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Brexit: What it means for West Cumbria?

Protecting your business in a climate of change. Insights into the short term impact and transition process following the Brexit vote.

13 October 2016
Workington

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Collaborative Working - what does it mean for business?

As organisations seek innovative solutions to a challenging economic environment, businesses are trying different approaches to increase productivity, engage workers and encourage growth.

18 October 2016
Golborne, Near Warrington

Fish Leaping

Webinar - Turning Uncertainty to Your Advantage

Dr Mary Holmes is an accomplished speaker who draws upon her experience in the theatre to get her message across to business leaders in a way that engages and inspires.

19 October 2016

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The Future Role of the Royal Navy

An opportunity to find out about the role of the Royal Navy and how it is evolving to meet the challenges and demands of the 21st Century.

25 October 2016
Barrow-in-Furness

Ducks

Leadership and Management

The difficulties faced from a leadership and quality perspective when faced with a site redevelopment project.

26 October 2016
Barrow in Furness

Values

The importance of Organisational Values

Practical insights into the importance of values and how they can be used to create the "wow" factor for their customers and staff.

24 November 2016
Golborne, Nr Warrington

Conflict Management

Webinar - Managing Conflict in the Workplace

In 2014 four in ten UK employees reported some form of interpersonal conflict, most commonly with their line manager followed by their colleagues typically caused by differences in personality and in styles of working.

24 November 2016