Newsletter 45 : 22 november 2010
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Welcome to our latest newsletter. We like to offer a change from other newsletters which can demand an awful lot of reading.
We’ve just had National Entrepreneurs Week and Jeremy writes about why businesses need entrepreneurs but should proceed with a little caution.
A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning.
Champions keep playing until they get it right.
The main thing is to care. Care very hard, even if it is only a game you are playing.
Billie-Jean King, tennis player, b 22 November 1943
Kay and Jeremy are delighted to be offering emotional intelligence courses in conjunction with Pitman Training, in Bristol. The first two are: Returning to work for people, particularly women, who are returning to work after a career break (19 January); and Where next? for people either having to change their career or wanting to, but who are unsure of what direction to take (26 January). Both one day workshops look at the deeper EI issues rather than the practical aspects of these situations (such as writing a CV) for which Pitman already offer courses. More information here. If you know anyone who would find these courses useful, please let them know.
The ten minute relationship expert in action
Ian Haugh, 27-28 November, Hungerford
Our relationships – whether personal or in business – have the potential to be both our greatest source of happiness and our greatest challenge.
emotional intelligence at work sponsors and hosts the Bristol NRG networking lunch.
If you’re uncertain about how to get business from networking, contact us to discuss coaching in your networking technique. A short coaching programme will pay for itself as soon as you put on clients.
The next Bristol event is on 16 December at Berwick Lodge (near Cribbs Causeway) which offers an excellent light lunch in elegant surroundings. It starts at 12. The expert speaker after lunch will be Martyn Warnes who will talk about branding. Just go here to book.
> NRG is offering readers of this newsletter who are new to NRG £5 off a lunch at Berwick Lodge: enter the promotion code NRGKMCM.
> Join NRG now and they’ll waive the £100 joining fee.
All contributions welcome.
Thanks this time to Jo Smyth, of Wordworker.
If you have been, thank you for reading.
Incidentally, if you can’t view videos at work, and are happy to let us have your personal email address, we’ll email our Newsletter there. Confidentiality completely respected, of course.
Kay and Jeremy
Compiled by Jeremy Marchant . added 6 february 2015 . image: Free images
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