The Engaging Leader Diary – Let’s Get Engaged

So today, I have been working on an exciting free event which will be held on the morning of the April 17th called ‘Let’s Get Engaged’. This will suit anyone who is a brave, caring leader of an SME or HR professional with engagement on their agenda. Together we are going to talk about what is engagement, introduce you to the best system in the market place to measure it and discuss how to build engagement in your organization.

As a special guest we will also  have the most accomplished ocean rower Mick Dawson joining us. I decided to invite Mick when he told me how engaging the Royal Marines had been and how he was so shocked at the behaviours within the business world that he decided to head off and paddle the oceans. 7000 miles across the North Pacific from Japan to San Francisco he achieved what was deemed the impossible in 189 days!

The event will be at Winstanley House, Braunstone, Leicester between 9.30am and 12.30pm. If engagement is of special interest to you in your role and your business then you are welcome to join us. If you are a trainer or a coach with a good client base you are also welcome. We believe in collaboration.

We have a strict limit of 50 people so do book now

Chris Cooper is an engagement specialist, coach and speaker. He is host of the Business Elevation Show on Voice America and Co-Author of The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not). Chris@chriscooper.co.uk


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