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Discovery Sessions - A North West record breaker is back

I'm pleased to announce more of our record breaking Discovery Session - Dealing with the Bumps in the Road. The first session held sold out 60 places in just three days so please get in quickly to obtain a place.

The session details are

12th July 10:00 - 12:00 @ The Piccadilly Suite (Insolvency Service),  3 Piccadilly Place, Manchester, M1 3BN.

16th July 10:00 - 12:00 @ Room B120E, Warbreck House, Warbreck Hill Road, Blackpool, FY2 0UZ

We've all had times in our working life where things haven't quite played out the way we expected them to and everyone deals with these disappointments in different ways. 

This introductory session is suitable for all staff who want some quick tips to help overcome disappointments, better position disappointments (and the true importance of them) and build resilience.

The aim is to show that there are always bumps in the road but it is how you deal with them that affects how quickly you reach your destination.

The inaugural session in Liverpool got brilliant feedback and there was a great buzz in the room so get along and get some really easy, common sense tips on how to deal with disappointments.

Tickets for Manchester 12 July

Tickets for Blackpool 16 July

 

 

2 comments

  1. Comment by Kelvin Miller posted on

    Are there any plans to run any more of these sessions? Unfortunately I missed the Blackpool one due to personal circumstances.

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      Comment by Paul Bruzzese posted on

      Kelvin,

      We have just delivered 3 of these in the region in Liverpool, Manchester and Blackpool so at present there won't be any in the immediate future. However we may be doing some meet the neighbours events in September to November in Locations where there are multi departments and we plan to add Discovery Events to the events so this may be one of the ones we add.

      Thanks
      Paul.

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