Led by Sue Fry this session allows busineswomen the opportunity to share some current 'sticking points' holding us and business growth back. We then support each other by sharing suggestions for overcoming the obstacles.
Great fun, good for your business and also an oppportunity to network with like-minded ambitious ladies!
Do you find that you go on some training and learn how to use facebook, twitter, make alterations to your website, make a mailchimp newsletter, or many other uses of technology, then come back to the office, and struggle with what to do now you are faced with a screen and a bewildering amount of buttons to press?
Some experiences are so humiliating that you never forget them. Walking into a car showroom with my husband was one such experience. We sat down in front of the desk and the salesman opposite asked my husband about the car that we wanted to buy for me. I was completely ignored.Read more about "She'll have one in red"
It used to be “the cheque is in the post”, but with the near demise of cheques and the adoption of electronic communication, that’s something we rarely hear in 2016. What I do hear is “your call is important to us” or “due to unprecedented demand, all our call handlers are busy”. Really? Read more about Lies are like cockroaches
As a consultant, I work on projects that are limited in length by the client’s needs and budget. They can take between two weeks and three years to do and some are more likely than others to engage more than my professional involvement. I still keep an eye on all things regulation following work for the Better Regulation Delivery Office for example, obs Read more about Post Project Lassitude