We are delighted to inform you of the new dates and concept for 2017:
The new dates are Wednesday 18th & Thursday 19th October 2017. The exhibition of our commercial partners will open on Tuesday 17th October 6.30pm – 8.00pm.
Book before the 8th September 2017 to take advantage of early bird savings!
Visit as a day delegate for only £115 + VAT.
Or the full conference from £330 + £48 VAT.
Visit as a day delegate for only £145 + VAT.
Or the full conference from £395 + £61 VAT.
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New speaker announcements...
New session confirmed - Reducing Stress in the Workplace
This workshop will explain how and why we can all be effected by stress and its’ effects. We all find some situations stressful, but similar situations don’t effect everyone - why? Only by examining different personality types and how some individuals thrive under stress can we help to understand how the techniques people use can be emulated to boost our own resilience.
The training will be delivered by Ken Hancott, a highly trained Psychologist and Psycho-therapist who currently works for many NHS departments in hospitals around the country. Ken also works with private enterprises and is a regular speaker at conferences around the country.
New session confirmed - Motivating Yourself & Others
The workshop will take you through evidence gained from modern research into human behaviour and
allows you to understand yourself much better. In doing this the workshop allows each person a chance
to re-evaluate their limitations and how to engage with different personality types.
Paul McGee - The Sumo Guy confirmed for National Conference!
In this entertaining and engaging talk, Paul McGee aka ‘The SUMO Guy' will provide ideas, insights and inspiration on how you can get the best from yourself and your relationships with others in the workplace. Be prepared for both laughter and learning as well as some practical take aways.
Keep an eye on our website and Twitter page (#SLCCNational) for updates to the agenda.
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