While most of our work is designed specifically for our clients, we also run open workshops, usually in Barnes and Kingston.
Our workshops are usually half a day long and are run as small groups so everyone can focus on their own needs and get lots of personalised help from the trainer. They are also a great way of getting to know people from other local businesses.
We run our workshops on an as needed basis. When enough people have expressed an interest, we work together to find a date and location that works best. So, if you are interested in our workshops please let us know – click here to email us
Because our workshops are small we are also able to follow up personally with everyone who attends to help you make sure you make the most of what you have learned with us.
We also offer some of our workshop content as one to one coaching packages for those who either can’t make our workshops or who want an even more personalised service.
We offer a full package for helping you design and deliver a knock out presentation. This includes objective setting, audience focus, content, structure, visual aids and rehearsal. Alternatively, if you are a more experienced presenter and need more of a “top up”, you can select the parts of the package that suit you. Read more
Trust is at the core of building strong business relationships. In today’s fast moving world, we need to be able to build trust quickly with the people we meet, to create a strong first impression and maintain it as people get to know us better.
In this workshop, we explore what makes people trust each other and then use this knowledge to plan how to create this trust in our everyday business conversations. Read more
We can all identify the conversations that matter most to us in our business, the conversations that really make a difference to our customers and staff. With clients, it may be an initial consultation or presenting the results of our work. With staff, it may be giving difficult feedback, explain a new strategy, a recruitment interview or a performance management discussion. Read more