Posts Tagged ‘Time to think’

Reflective Space: Using New and Social Media (N&SM) as a Business Tool

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Making Virtual Relationships Real

The web has revolutionised how we live. It offers more information, more contacts, and more business relationships across more geographical areas than imaginable. The potential is enormous.

We are persuaded that by buying the services from social networking websites we will transform our working lives. These ‘treasure chests’ of job and contract oppor-tunities are enticing. But how can we capitalise on them?

How do we sell ourselves and our companies in this brave new world? How do we make that virtual re-lationship real?

Who should attend?

The meeting is of particular interest to social media, IT, Sales, Marketing and HR professionals.

Format

The IQEQ network offers a stimulating, relaxed environment for peer to peer learning. Chaired to en-sure productive use of time, the group explores the EQ and IQ balance of optimal staff and company performance. The meeting is jointly hosted by Ann Todd (MBA, PGcert Psychotherapeutic Supervision and Adult Learning) Founder of IQEQ Network, and Martyn Wright (Director of HR Recruitment) of HYF,

When do you have time to think? Agility vs Uncertainty

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Improve your thinking

 Reflective Space at the IQEQNetwork May 15th (8.30-10.30am, City of London).

Agility and Engagement vs. Uncertainty and Unknowing.  Turbulence creates uncertainty and unknowing: inspiring, engaging and supporting managers as they fight to keep the business on track.

IQEQNetwork inspires, engages and supports senior professionals responsible for staff and manager performance (COO, HRDs and others). We encourage a range of sector participation – from ‘extreme’ not for profits through ‘new’ technology sectors to more established organisations. The relaxed format, developed over the five years the network has been established, is valued by participants.  It allows the sharing of diverse opinions and experiences amongst senior peers, rather than the usual undifferentiated crowd. The output is published via various web platforms to ensure the learning from the meeting is not lost to the demands of work and life pressures.  The network will prove a valuable use of your time. A working group, there is no ‘talking at’ or ‘selling to’. The network operates under a set of house rules for confidentiality, and is facilitated to provide an enjoyable meeting with a productive outcome.  N.B: Whilst members sponsor us meetings are free – terms and conditions apply.  Numbers are limited.  Booking closes a week before each event. More information on event(at)iqeqnetwork.com

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