Webinar: Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst
Start Date: 03 Aug 2020
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 10:45 AM
Duration: 0 hour 45 minutes
Facing adversity is a fact of life. Personal or professional; direct or indirect; within your control or not - at some point or another, we all come up against barriers, setbacks and nasty surprises.
Sometimes even Nostradamus himself couldn’t have foreseen it, but if you know your criteria for success, then you have everything you need to be as prepared as humanly possible.
Join our resident core skills expert, David McLaughlin, for this free, interactive webinar as he breaks down:
- The key tools and techniques for identifying potential threats to success
- What kind of factors to consider that could impact the outcome you’re looking for
- How to use this information to put protective measures in place
David McLaughlin CMgr FCMI ChMC
I am a professional experienced leadership, management and personal development coach and I am passionate about helping individuals and teams develop and achieve their full potential by bringing training to life and making it real.
With a wealth of experience in life and learning and development at all levels including senior management, I am able to utilise my skills and knowledge to help organisations and individuals develop and grow. I have an engaging and empowering style, which is reflected in the way I work. I am a dedicated people person and pride myself on getting the best out of teams and individuals.
I have been involved in distance learning since the mid 1990s and represented the UK in trans European education projects. Recently I delivered a highly successful series of development webinars for CMI.
My work ethos is based on the values of honesty, integrity, empathy, open clear communication and a willingness to continue to learn everyday. I am a Chartered Manager, Chartered Management Consultant and Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.
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