Succession is one of the key challenges in any business, do it badly and the business fails, do it well and the business thrives. This session will help you to devise a means of identifying potential successors, whilst also ensuring your leadership teams are balanced for todays challenging world.
Not everyone needs to be at the peak of Mental Toughness, but understanding where you are and how to improve both your hardiness and resilience are key to a successful future....
2 days of free sock-puppet making for kids. Tue 29 March & Tue 5 April, 2016. Main gallery. 10.30-12.30 & 1.30 - 4pm. FREE Free family drop-in workshops this Easter holiday. Transform material into unusual alien creatures. As part of our main exhibition about recycling textiles ('Make it OK'), you will create a puppet who can star in a mini movie and patch up our planet! Hand stitch, animate - and laugh! Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Drop in. No need to book. 01626 832223 www.crafts.org.uk
Has your business succeeded because of, or in spite of, your leadership?
How do you improve as a leader?
A business needs strategic leadership to thrive, succeed and to gain the greatest performance from its staff and resources. This session will help you to understand the importance of business leadership, define your own leadership style and measure your ability to lead a business against your own criteria.
Good leadership is about motivating and influencing your people to achieve more than the constraints and controls of management will allow; good management...
The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth is hosting a living willow workshop on Friday 11 March from 10am – 4pm, using willow grown on their own farms to build tunnels and domes.
Enjoy a day outdoors learning a new skill by joining The Donkey Sanctuary for a living willow workshop. This is a hands-on workshop and by the end of the day you will be ready to tackle your own project at home.
Ruth Angell, Wildlife and Conservation Coordinator at The Donkey Sanctuary said: “We grow willow beds next to our muck heap so that any dirty water run off can be collected in tanks and then...
A home workshop in Reading is today playing a vital role in the reconstruction of EDSAC, the Cambridge University machine that 65 years ago led the world’s computing revolution and today is being reconstructed and assembled at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park where the process can be watched by Museum visitors.
The Reading workshop, affectionately named Edshack, belongs to James Barr, who not only has the rare skills required to help in the reconstruction of EDSAC, but also has a computing pedigree that can be traced directly to the machine that first ran before...
Learn how to make your own balms creams and ointments using pure bees wax and honey from Buckfast Abbey's very own bees. Incorporate herbal extracts and essential oils to create your own unique products.
Price: £50 - All materials are included in the price as well as an exclusive information and recipe booklet.
Course tutor – Clare Densley
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Contact Clare Densley: email@example.com or call 07944 504283
Are you aged 13-18? Do you love to sing? Then here’s your chance! Roots A Capella is run by Devon-based music charity, Wren Music, and meets in St. Sidwell’s Community Centre in central Exeter, just minutes away from the bus station. The choir meets once a month on Sundays and is a great opportunity to improve your vocal skills, learn a huge range of songs from all over the world as well as take part in high calibre performances around the region. In the last term, Roots A Capella have had an exiting run of performances, including at Exeter Cathedral and Torquay Princess Theatre as well as...