Leading Lancashire – Supporting Organisational Change Webinars

As we all adapt to new ways of working and operating, Preston’s College are delighted to be able to offer a series of free*, one hour webinars to employees of Lancashire based SMEs, to help support organisational change.

Beginning on Tuesday 16th June 2020 at 2pm, the first session focuses on the challenges of working remotely, from both a practical perspective and through analysis of the key skills and approaches required to effectively manage both internal and external relationships on a long-term, remote basis.

Other sessions, running from June to August, will explore Innovation in Difficult Times, Coaching and Mentoring, Motivation and Project Management. You can commit to as many or as few as you wish.

To express interest or to ask any further questions you may have, please complete the short registration form below, which will generate a call back from one of our advisers.

*Please be aware that these sessions are only free to those who are employed by or own qualifying SME organisations in the Lancashire region. Additional information can be provided by one of our advisers, if required.

Leading Lancashire – Supporting Organisational Change Webinars

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