MHA Larking Gowen’s Business Brunch Trilogy
12/02/2021 - MHA Larking Gowen
Join MHA Larking Gowen in 2021 for their special three-part Business Brunch series.
MHA Larking Gowen can’t wait until they can see you face to face again, presenting their popular Business Breakfasts and they really hope to be able to do that for their September event. In the meantime, they will be continuing with their popular online Brunch webinars.
In 2021 they will be offering a trilogy of events focussing on your most valuable resource – your people. They will help give you insight into how your workforce can achieve great things, wherever they are, and feel proud of their contribution.
In these interactive sessions, MHA Larking Gowen will explore how you should focus on what you CAN control and help you to take back control of your business. Key areas for business leaders to focus on are how we attract, develop and retain people to our business. Employer brand, client service, wellbeing, recruiting remotely, onboarding, and ongoing development will all be discussed over this series of events.
How to attract the right people: 16th March 2021, 10.00am – 11.00am
The first session in the trilogy will be presented by Becky Ames and Graham Mummery.
Attracting talent is a challenge, we face new working methods, new locations and new technology; it’s all too easy to put this important task into the ‘difficult pile’ and let it drift. They will share with you some simple strategies, insights and experiences to allow you to take control and continue to move your business forward.
Networking is back!
Based on your feedback, MHA Larking Gowen will be increasing the networking time, allowing you to chat through the questions posed by their presenters and to get to know others on the call.
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Session 2: 15th June – The importance of developing people, with Ian Fitch and Graham Mummery
Session 3: 15th September – How to retain great people, with Becky Ames and Ian Fitch
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