Venues Thank you to all those members who have suggested alternative venues in response to Sue and Joan’s request. They are being explored for viability and cost, so we hope to be going to some interesting new places in 2019 for our normal monthly meetings. Our wine tasting on 5th June will be in a.
What did you miss? A speaker who was once arrested for spying! Guests came through a mixture of personal invitations, Linkedin and one through a google search for a networking group. Guests enrich our lives and conversations – please invite a guest to the next meeting on Wednesday 7th March at the National Liberal Club when.
What did you miss? 2018 started with two of the best talks I’ve ever seen and heard. NED Interest Group Peter Reichwald seen on the left talking to Calum Byers, one of our Committee members, gave us his top 7 tips to find an NED role. 1. Have a passion 2. Know your territory 3..
We started 2017 with the Interim Interest Group looking at ways to increase daily rates and a philosophical question from Cliff Findlay – Business or Life: Which Comes First. Cliff challenged us to proactively manage our time to get the most of out of all aspects of our lives. February saw two very lively, engaging.
WHAT HAPPENED AT XTEND – SEPTEMBER 2017 What did you miss at the AGM on 4th September? The recent AGM was very successful and we were able to discuss relevant issues. The Committee is helping move the group onwards in 2017 and we have some new Committee members, as well as the usual suspects! Chair.
HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS WOMAN Great things may come from anyone, regardless of gender. Each year, more and more women launch and lead their own businesses. The advancements made by female entrepreneurs often reach enormous heights and make male business owners scratch their heads. However, the path of women in business is not.
20 leadership habits that hold you back Everyone has a few bad habits. Which of the following are holding you back? Put a tick against those you think you should work on. 1. Winning too much Leading US executive educator Marshall Goldsmith notes that the hypercompetitive need to best others “underlies nearly every other behavioural.