SEED Promoting Sustainable Enterprise Programme

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Thursday, June 21st, 2012
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SEED Promoting Sustainable Enterprise Programme

Are you an owner/manager in a business in Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon or Newry & Mourne?

Fight your way out of the recession!!

The four Councils of Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon and Newry & Mourne have come together under the auspices of SEED to fund an exciting package of support which is aimed at business owners / managers in the region.

Theme 2 of the Programme includes a series of business skills development workshops which seek to provide you with the skills and the confidence to survive, consolidate and prosper despite the tough economic climate. These workshops are open to ALL business owners / managers across the four Council areas and are FREE to attend.

Bagenal's Castle in Newry will host the programme on Thursday 28th June at 6:00pm

The next workshop topic is:

“Sledge Hammer – Getting the most from the people who work for you”

Good people management is one of the key attributes of successful businesses – getting the most from your staff is important. We will therefore highlight how you can motivate your staff in a way that maximizes the probability of you securing the results for your business that you believe is possible.

Please note that the next workshops take place on:

Wednesday 27th June 2012 at Brownlow Business Centre, Craigavon from 14:30 to 17:30

OR

Thursday 28th June at Bagenal’s Castle, Newry from 18:00 to 21:00

If you would like to register for either of these workshops or wish to obtain more information please contact Judith at Full Circle Management Solutions Ltd on:

02890 691027 / e-mail: judith@fullcircle.eu.com

Alternatively, you can register online: www.seedpse.com

Please note that the number of places per workshop is limited so register early to avoid disappointment.


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