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2020 Mini workshop series: business collaboration, pitching and recruitment

Posted: 12/02/20 by SEMLEP

2020 Mini workshop series: business collaboration, pitching and recruitment

Pick from any one of these three bitesize one-hour workshops for managers and business owners to brush up on:

  • Business collaboration and partnership skills
  • Delivering their best pitch
  • Forensic recruitment and make the right hiring investment

AGENDA

9.15am - 10.15am: A recipe for successful collaboration: Linda McComie & Andrew Humphries

10.15am - 11.15am: Delivering your best pitch: Debra Nightingale & Jo Dolan

11.15am - 12.15pm: Forensic recruitment, making the right hiring investment decision-it all comes down to you: Colin Sworder

Each one-hour session will be delivered by experts in the area and will cover the following:

Session 1: A recipe for successful collaboration: Linda McComie & Andrew Humphries

Join us for a lively taster session that focuses on key organisational arrangements that you can make in order to achieve more efficient, harmonious and effective business to business relationships. This will give you scope for increased innovation, market focus and revenue generation.

The interactive session will cover:

  • A review of experiences of collaboration
  • Overview of a collaborative target operating model
  • Focus on a joint organisation
  • How to manage the action
  • A look at a successful, long-term relationship

Your take-away:

  • Hints and tips on practical collaboration management
  • An outline collaboration target operating model
  • An opportunity to discuss collaboration with experts

Session 2: Delivering your best pitch: Debra Nightingale & Jo Dolan

Valuable tips and ideas on how to create and deliver a memorable and winning business pitch.

This interactive session will cover:

  • How to thoroughly review your brief
  • Assessing your client relationships and understanding their agendas
  • Does your solution really meet the client’s brief and can you deliver the solution?
  • How to communicate the story of your solution?
  • Bringing your proposition to life; messaging, content, multi-media, interactive?
  • Pitch support & coaching – do you need it?
  • Budgets; how much is too much?
  • What does a winning pitch look like?

Your take-away:

  • Tips on how to assess a client brief and make sure you deliver the right solution
  • Examples of how to tell a great story and create an engaging and exciting pitch proposition or document
  • An opportunity to discuss collaboration with experts

Session 3: Forensic recruitment, making the right hiring investment decision-it all comes down to you

Join Colin from Redrows Associates for a stimulating taster session to see how you can improve your probability of making better hiring decisions, improve your recruitment investment profitability, the effectiveness of your teams and how to sleep better.

The interactive session will cover:

  • Overview of recruitment fundamentals – if you wish, bring one of your organisation’s vacancy specifications
  • Overview of Forensic Interviewing and how it fits in the recruitment process
  • Structural elements of Forensic Interviewing
  • The key elements of optimising your hiring decisions

Your take-away:

  • A practical understanding of the complete recruitment process
  • Forensic Interviewing fundamentals and structure
  • The opportunity to discuss Forensic Interviewing with an expert

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2020-mini-workshop-series-business-collaboration-pitching-and-recruitment-tickets-92915760541?aff=Chambers

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