Training & Events
Essential Management Skills, Engage – Inspire – Lead
2nd & 3rd March at Rochdale Rugby Club
Managing your people for business growth – A great opportunity of 100% funded support for businesses and SME’s looking to develop their People Management Skills
Business Club member Jude Honeyman from Total Excellence Centre would like to bring to your attention this opportunity to receive first class management training.
The attached programme outlines our “Essential Management Skills” course for Managers / Leaders of ambitious growing B2B, Retail and B2C businesses looking to develop their People Management Skills & Capabilities. Using a blend of group exercises, management theory, peer to peer learning, coaching and personal psychometric profiles, we will look at the skills and behaviours necessary to get the best out of your teams, how to manage the performance of your people and teams which will all contribute to the effective and efficient growth of your business.
The programme is valued at £1000 per person and places are strictly limited to one place per business with no cost to your business through the ERDF funding.
All interested businesses must be eligible for the programme under ERDF criteria which includes:
- Businesses must be based in Greater Manchester.
- SME businesses that employ 3 or more staff.
- Employ less than 250 employees.
- Turnover less than £40m
Dates available are 2nd & 3rd March at Rochdale Rugby Club
Click Here to view and/or download a PDF giving a full description of the course and how to register your interest.
Rochdale Business Forum
Wednesday 8th February 2017 6pm- 8pm
Rochdale Rugby Union Football Club are proud to be hosting another meeting of the Rochdale Business Forum, which has proved to be a successful vehicle for bringing local businesses and local authority procurers together.
The Business Forum enables the local authority procurers to outline their processes to a wide audience of local potential suppliers in one room at the same time. Question and answer sessions are key to the forum, enabling business owners / representatives to better understand local authority procurement practices, hopefully leading to potential new sales.
Circa 100 local businesses were represented at the last meeting of the Business Forum, so the opportunity to network with other local business owners is another advantage to be gained by attending.
The keynote speakers are:
Peter Carey – RRUFC Business Club
Jude Honeyman – Total Excellence Centre
Carol Hopkins & Richard Perkins – Rochdale Business Growth Hub
Lorraine Cox & MarK Pearson – STaR Procurment
Steve Rumbelow – Chief Executive Rochdale Council
Phil Hargreaves – RRUFC Commercial Manager