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TRAINING & EVENTS CHAMBER BUSINESS TRAINING


The Chamber offers a wide and diverse range of training support for members and non-members alike, all with the aim of enhancing skills, developing knowledge and driving the growth of your business


JANUARY COURSES


Friend to Supervisor Date:


8 January


Location: Chamber offices, Chesterfield


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-members: £350+VAT


Working Assertively and with Confidence Date:


9 January


Location: Chamber offices, Derby


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-members: £350+VAT


Introduction to Employee Engagement Date:


10 January


Location: Chamber offices, Nottingham


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-members: £350 +VAT


Selling for Non-sales People Date:


14 January


Location: Chamber offices, Derby


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-members: £350+VAT


Managing Difficult People and Situations Date:


21 January


Location: Chamber offices, Nottingham


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-members: £350+VAT


Director Development Programme Date:


Time: Price:


23 January (six days)


Location: Chamber offices, Nottingham


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £1,560+VAT Non-members: £2,220+VAT


How to Write Marketing Materials Date:


23 January


Location: Chamber offices, Chesterfield


Time: Price:


9:30am – 4:30pm


Members: £245+VAT Non-Members: £350+VAT


78 business network December 2019/January 2020


How can you engage the employees in your business


By Vicki Thompson (pictured), Business Training Manager at the Chamber


Your single biggest business cost is likely to be your salaries and wages bill, yet one of the most comprehensive employee engagement surveys in recent years highlighted that only 15% of all employees consider themselves engaged with their job, meaning that potentially 85% of your team do not consider themselves engaged in their work. In reality, 85% of your biggest spend is likely not


being utilised properly or efficiently. One of the most frequently asked questions we get


is: “How do I get my employees to be motivated, positive and proactive at work?” Sometimes this is expressed as: “How do I get the rest of my employees to think like my best people?” This question relates to the subject of staff engagement which, when you get right as a manager or director, has the potential to make a bigger difference to your business results than anything else. The good news is that the same research gave


answers to the question of how to properly engage staff - so you can now learn how to fix this problem and successfully engage your employees. The main focus of our new three-day programme will


be on keeping things practical. There are a number of key elements to staff engagement and they are not that complicated, but if you want them to work properly, consistency is key. The programme is structured to allow you to apply the lessons learned between each session. Running on the 18, 25 February and 3 March 2020,


this programme is for anyone involved or potentially involved in leadership. Remember, leadership is a mindset rather than necessarily a position, so people


from virtually any level of management would benefit, especially those leading a team of people or leading managers. The programme is structured to suit the


requirements of the delegates involved, so there will be a mix of taught sessions, discussion, facilitation of the team objectives, and coaching support. Start the New Year attending this course and achieve the following outcomes for you and your teams:


• Benefit from greater clarity regarding roles and how to better support staff engagement


• Understand how to align teams and create an infrastructure to maximise team performance


• Have a process for translating and communicating strategic and tactical objectives into the team in simple practical ways so all team members understand their contribution


• Be able to regularly and simply communicate and celebrate progress towards business goals


• Be able to inspire teams and generate sufficient trust and loyalty to be able to retain staff and grow the capacity of the business


• Be able to make teams replicate excellent results


Imagine your managers and leaders being able to achieve these things and the benefit of having your teams pulling together and being fully engaged.


Further information can be found at bit.ly/EMC2020Leadership


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