This time: Do you want to get on with colleagues, clients, customers and suppliers better? This month’s session has the power to significantly improve your working & life relationships! Answer our short Communication Styles questionnaire and step into the magic world of better conversations. We all like to be communicated with in different ways. Once you understand your style & can recognise others’ styles, this promotes better relationships and improves business. Learn about your style and how to adapt to others’. We hope you can come. We will give you a visual tool, which will be yours to build upon and share with your team together with: the guided opportunity to explore your business a set of clear next steps, based upon what you discover in the workshop the benefit of the perspectives of and connections with other business owners in the room.

Where: De Morney Room, Manor House, Howbery Park, Crowmarsh Gifford. OX10 8BA

When: 09:00 for a 09:30 start until 12:30 followed by lunch – Thursday 11th February, 2016 Cost: £40 including refreshments and lunch.

This is an interactive workshop and places are limited to ensure all attendees receive maximum value.

Feedback from our earlier sessions: "Totally brilliant … why isn't this mandatory?" “(It gave me) a real insight to a different way of thinking” "Enjoyed it all …" " … clarity & inspiration" "(It) pushed our thinking forward …" "Thank you very much for a brilliant seminar this morning. (It) certainly provoked a lot of thought about how I do things and how we can portray ourselves as a firm. Plus, the whole event was conducted in such a friendly and relaxed atmosphere that it really promoted collaboration and, therefore, gave a great opportunity to meet and learn about some fascinating people."

Future Visualise your Business Workshop Dates are: 10/3 – Create & deploy a strategy and planning framework for your business. 14/4 – Mid year planning – and the Systems in your business.

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