The Networking Whistleblower

February 21, 2008

I have had the privilege of knowing John Donnelly for several years and am delighted to see that he will be delivering a Workshop for EveryWoman all about networking, entitled “The Networking Whistle Blower”. The event is fully funded ( so it’s FREE to Women in the East of England ) and booking is straightforward via an online booking form (using RSVPBook which I reviewed last year).  Whilst I know John personally I have not attended this particular workshop before and have therefore booked to attend in March and will provide a review afterwards. 

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We Mean Business 08

February 21, 2008

Celebrating London’s Female Entrepreneurs – Thursday 6th March
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In celebration of International Women’s Day, Business Link in London is hosting an event dedicated to inspiring and informing women in business across the Capital.

The event takes place on Thursday 6th March and will provide delegates with benefit of being able to consult face-to-face with Business Link’s experienced female business advisers, plus meet other like-minded entrepreneurs through networking.

Event imageGuest speakers:

– Rachel Elnaugh, an original Dragon in the BBC’s BAFTA nominated business show Dragon’s Den

– Julie White, who succeeded in obtaining funding from the Dragons

– Rt. Hon. Theresa May MP, Shadow Leader of the House of Commons for the Conservative party

Workshops:

– How to crack the ‘Old Boys Network’ – Hannah McNamara. Find out how you can create a strong network of contacts, build relationships and win more business

– Motivation workshop with special guests Rachel Elnaugh & Julie White

Exhibition:

Leading networks and support organisations will be there to answer your questions.

To round off what is going to be an exceptional evening, there will be a pamper zone with complimentary hair, make up and massage treatments; be sure to enjoy these indulgences with a glass of champagne and canapés!

Event Details:


Time: 17:30 till 21:30
Date: 6th March 2008
Venue: Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre London Kensington, 4-18 Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH

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The Networking Whistleblower

January 21, 2008

I have had the privilege of knowing John Donnelly for several years and am delighted to see that he will be delivering a Workshop for EveryWoman all about networking, entitled “The Networking Whistle Blower”. 

The event is fully funded ( so it’s FREE to Women in the East of England ) and booking is straightforward via an online booking form (using RSVPBook which I reviewed last year).  Whilst I know John personally I have not attended this particular workshop before and have therefore booked to attend in March and will provide a review afterwards. 

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Who is John Donnelly (for the uninitiated)?
John is a sort of cross between Bill Bailey and a Mancunian Sir John Harvey Jones. He is an innovative, motivational and inspirational speaker presenting his own original research. And he is the driving force behind Learning Point, the IoD’s record breaking Big Breakfast Added Cholesterol Club, The Bosses Club and The Rainmaker Makers.John says that his “Humour has to be ‘built-in’ and not just ‘bolt-on’ so that whilst you’re laughing you’re learning”.
He really works with the audience and his interactive demonstrations always score high on the chuckle-o-meter. With John you get great entertainment and never, ever the same-old-same-old ideas. “There must be absolutely no S.O.B.O.s (Statements Of the Bleep Obvious)” he added with a huge grin.

“Inspiration and Motivation have to survive the delegates’ journey home” says John “So I try to create more Ah Ha Moments than you can shake a stick at. I want to inspire people in the way that the amazing and generous RainMakers we studied inspired us”.

 

 

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Details of Events via the EveryWoman website:

27 Feb 2008 (Knebworth House, Knebworth, Hertfordshire)
18 Mar 2008 (The Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne, Cambridgeshire)
This workshop breaks down the art of networking and shows you the winning strategies for doing business in non-traditional sectors. Learn more about female networking advantages and how to win access and trust at the highest levels.

You will be shown techniques such as ‘Charisma Polishing’ and the ‘Feminine Side Leadership Principle’ that will enable you to improve your networking skills.

If you are looking to raise the profile of you or your organisation and ultimately increase sales, then this is the workshop for you!

Who should attend?
This workshop is perfect for women looking to improve their personal development and business skills. Particularly:
– women working in small businesses
– women working in non-traditional industries such as construction, science, technology, sport and leisure
– women in family firms supporting their husband / partner or other family members in their business

Agenda

09.30 Registration
10.00 Workshop begins
16.00 Workshop closes

Funded places

The standard fee for this workshop is usually £295 but thanks to funding from Exemplas, we are delighted to offer it to women living or working in the East of England at no charge.

Fully funded training with such a fantastic course leader is a rare opportunity so please register now in order to guarantee your place and ensure you don’t miss out.

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I once said “spend time with this man” and I truly meant it … see you there!