Growing and Managing a Business for Profits
Duration: Tuesday 13th June, 9am to 12.30pm.
Location: Mere Court Hotel Conference Centre, Mere, Knutsford, Cheshire.
Full Fee: £35 including booking fees and VAT
Early Bird Fee: £25 including booking fees and VAT
Finders Fee: Receive £5 for every person you recommend who then attends the seminar.
Normally £50 + VAT, this personal invite entitles you to attend this joint seminar at a discounted rate.
Taking place in the Conference facilities at Mere Court Hotel in Cheshire, this morning seminar will allow business owners, managers, and business development specialists to learn new techniques and tips to grown and manage a business.
Run by Roger Brown, a leading business improvement expert, and Lisa Gibson, an outsourced HR expert, this is a not to be missed North West event.
Attendees will take away a workbook that can be used immediately to improve a business
Session 1: Growing a Business for Profits
Sometimes you can loose sight of why a business was started in the first place. Perhaps the initial excitement was disappeared only to leave you feeling overstressed and underpaid.
If you feel that way or just want to learn new ideas to grow and improve a business and boost profits, here is the seminar to start you on the road to taking back control of the business and building value.
We will discuss all the interrelated areas of business and focus on the building blocks of business and how to increase revenues and profits.
We will show you simple yet effective techniques to help you achieve your key business goals.
What you will learn…
1. Focus on successful methods to increase your profits – we will teach you the profit equation.
2. Increase the number clients working with your business.
3. Give you the tools to help you build the vision for the business.
4. Develop new strategies to meet business goals.
5. Learn top tips on 'Social Business' and the use of 'CRMs' to leverage the business.
Session 2: Who is on your bus and is it travelling in the right direction?
According to Jim Collins in his 'Good to Great' book, one of the principles of a 'great' company is First Who. Then What.
Collins says, "People are not your most important asset. The right people are." He uses the analogy of a bus driver to while describing how to create a winning team within your organization. He recommends that you first get the right people on the bus, and then you get the wrong people off the bus, then the right people in the right seats, and then figure out where you want to drive that bus. Hire people with characteristics you cannot easily instill. Focus on whom you are paying, not how. He also recommends analyzing someone's character, work ethic, intelligence, and dedication to their values before deeply analyzing credentials and practical skills.
It's never been more important than now in ensuring that you recruit and engage with the right people to stand any chance of your business achieving its plans, strategy, and greatness… whatever you want to call it. As a growing and developing business, good people will provide the catalyst to help you on that journey. Ask yourself, would a future investor or buyer of your business, consider that you have 'the right people on your bus'.
We all know that getting the wrong people off the bus costs time and money.
Top tip is to get it right at the outset.
The session presented by Lisa Gibson, Triple Three Solutions Ltd, will provide you with insight and top tips on how to recruit effectively for the right people, highlighting how costly it can be if you get recruitment wrong.
Think about the personal issue you'd like to work on during the seminar
- Working harder than ever but not achieving the desired results.
- Want to spend mote time planning and growing the business rather than firefighting.
- Want to understand how to effectively manage teams and staff, aligned to the business goals.
- Want to learn expand business development activity and get mote clients.
Would this workshop be suitable for me?
If you …
- Are a business owner(s) that wants some help in growing and managing your business?
- A manager wanting tips and advice to effectively manage a team?
- Are in business development, sales, and marketing and wish to learn new techniques to grown your leads, and client base?
How do I book a place?
- Purchase your tickets.
- Once your booking has been received and assessed, you will be sent a booking confirmation, which will include the location, directions, and the terms and conditions.
About Roger Brown, from nuOrder:
Roger has run his own business improvement consultancy since 2004. He is a professional and experienced Solution-Focused Business Consultant who was worked with over 150 SME and Corporate clients. Roger has also run a regional venture capital fund, and has helped grow and bought and sold several business to maximize value for the shareholders.
Roger holds the status of 'Certified Management Consultant' with the Institute of Consultant.
He is also available for bespoke workshops for your group, organization or business.
Check out his LinkedIn profile for testimonials:
About Lisa Gibson, from TripleThree Solutions:
Lisa has over 20 years experience with blue chip commercial companies and SME businesses, as well as operating within the public sector. She has worked in operational, HR and recruitment functions as well as Search and Selection. She has also undertaken Management Due Diligence for Private Equity investments.
Lisa has managed major change programmes for her previous employers and existing clients. Her HR consultancy practice covers a wide range of services covering the whole employment life cycle. She is passionate that having the right people supporting your product and processes is the key to success. Engaging with and keeping those staff are also critical ingredients for the success factor.
Check out her Linked in profile for recommendations:
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