Having recently redesigned several of our programmes, we thought it would be a great idea to offer places to existing and potential clients on the pilots of our revamped workshops under what have called the dress rehearsal programme.
At a substantially discounted rate, participants will benefit from a high quality training experience, develop skills and knowledge and network with other participants. Also, if a prospective client wants to experience our training and see our facilitators at work, this is a good way to do it. For our part, we get to train engaged participants who will give us useful feedback on our programmes before we launch them as open programmes or use the design as a basis for in-company workshops.
If you would like more information about the dress rehearsal programme please contact us at email@example.com
“The Element. How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything” by Ken Robinson.
The focus of this book is on finding out what really lights you up and then pursuing it. The author describes The Element as being the meeting point between natural aptitude and personal passion.
The idea that we need to find our tribe to help facilitate change was particularly fascinating to me. .Simply put, the author argues that associating with people who share our passion is more likely to propel us forward. Similarily helpful, was the idea that as people’s interests, aptitudes and types of intelligence are wide ranging and varied, educators and society as a whole need to recognise and value that difference. Also, the examples of how individuals in the public eye e.g. Arianna Huffington and Paul McCartney managed to recognise their unique talents and made successes of their lives were of interest. Worth reading if you are looking for encouragement to pursue a dream or make a change in your professional life.
The forum meetings are now scheduled to meet once a quarter. The next discussion focuses on trust in organisations. It will take place at 8.30-10.00am on Friday 25 April 2014 at one of our regular venues in Central London. Breakfast will be provided.
Cost: ?5.00 (+ VAT)
Our discussion group brings people together who are interested in organisational issues and how people behave at work. The next discussion will focus on trust and will take place at 8.30-10.00 am on 25 April 2014 at one of our regular venues in London. The cost is ?5.00 + VAT and breakfast will be provided.
We run dress rehearsals of workshops which have recently been redesigned to give people the opportunity to experience training of a high standard at a discounted rate. We are currently planning to run several workshops details of which will be published soon.