"Most of us have trouble juggling. The woman who says she doesn’t is someone whom I admire but have never met.” Barbara Walters, broadcast journalist and author
Following on from our recent very successful Women in Business Days we are delighted to inform you that Sampson Hall are offering business women another fantastic opportunity of working together again with like-minded individuals, sharing business ideas, in that inspired, motivated and positive environment, that allows ach participant that valuable time away from the office for important self development and reflection.
You will once again leave with processes to help you lead yourself, your team and your clients more effectively. You will spend time considering how you spend more time working “on” not “in” the business and how you can take those inevitable issues and turn them into opportunities and innovative thoughts and ideas.
The day will be dynamic, interactive and fun and will offer the participant great personal development opportunities. You will leave with tools that you can use in your business for ongoing development of not only yourself but the teams you work with. You will be challenged to think differently about work issues in a supportive and collaborative environment.
Sampson Hall are business experts who will take you through our proven exercises. Classroom learning will be enhanced and reinforced with fun and practical activities as an integral part of the day. The Sampson Hall team are dynamic, knowledgeable and inspiring presenters. They encourage interaction and learning from one and others experience.
All of our workshops are designed to offer return on investment as you will return to work in your business with new ideas and tools that you will be able to utilise and use immediately.
Delegates will learn:
- Strategic Leadership – learn how to lead and empower those within your organisation to deliver the right result to take your business forward and to the next level. Enabling you to take a more strategic role.
- Business Strategy – working “on” rather than “in” the business and learning how to design and implement the long term goals and plans for the business.
- Opportunities and Innovation from Failure – learn the importance of understanding failure and utilising the hard lessons learnt from it. Prevent the fear of failure inhibiting and developing innovation.
“I look forward to the day when it will be unnecessary to discuss the role of women in business”
Karren Brady June 2013