FREE webinar: 28 January, 12:00 – 1:00pm
In partnership with business coach, Gareth Allen, this free webinar will act as a business planning session and will pose some useful questions to ask yourself when starting your business journey.
As we pass through a difficult trading period, is it enough to carry on with business as usual? What should you do differently? This webinar will pose some useful questions to ask yourself, and give you some ideas to make changes.
This webinar is a business planning session that will help you reflect on your expectation posing questions including what can you achieve? What do you want to achieve? What must you achieve – breakeven? Short term vs long term.
This webinar will also addresses capability – what are you good at? What new skills do you need? Could you partner with someone else? As well as motivation, why are you doing this? Remind yourself regularly.
In this one-hour workshop, you will learn how to:
- Identify how best to spend your time to maximise business
- Adapt products and clients to identify those which are most profitable
- Identify what you are good at, and what you are not
- Reconnect with why you are doing this
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to our speakers at the end of the webinar.
Gareth Allen – Founder of Gareth Allen Performance Coaching and Business Coach
Gareth has a wealth of experience across many industries. Having occupied senior management roles in retail and banking, he now runs his own business and helps others to achieve their potential.
He takes a “whole life” approach to coaching, helping people to achieve their goals within the context of their wider world, rather than just focusing on one small area at a time.
“I am passionate about helping people to reach their goals. Just as important, I want people to enjoy their journey towards those goals. It’s not just about the destination, it’s about the road we travel.”
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