Improving personal effectiveness – Sleaford Event 9th April

Spinning plates?

Feel like you’re spinning plates? Want to feel more in control of how you spend your time? Ready to make some changes and see the benefits?  Based on Steven Covey’s book ‘7 habits of highly effective people’, this workshop is packed full of useful tools to improve your professional and personal effectiveness by making positive changes and managing yourself more proactively.  

I am delighted to be working in partnership with The Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce to deliver a session on Improving your Personal Effectiveness.

 Improve your Personal Effectiveness

Wednesday 9th April 2014, 09:00 – 12:30 midday, lunch will also be provided

£50+vat Members £75+vat non members

At Sleafordian Coaches Training Suite, Sleaford.

This Interactive workshop covers:

  • Review of your work style
  • Setting goals – What do I want?
  • Where am I spending my time?
  • How do I sabotage myself?
  • What do I want to do more/less of?
  • Saying Yes, Saying No

Special Offer:

Free 1-2-1 follow up consultation for each participant.

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To book a place contact: Natasha.Clegg@lincs-chamber.co.uk

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