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Managing the Meetings Challenge - Special Invite

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"A Microsoft survey has shown Managers spend 5.6 hours per week in meetings. However 69% people surveyed felt this time was not productive!"

Exclusive webinars booking request

If you are the decision maker and budget holder for training services - and you think meetings in your organisation could be more productive - then join an exclusive complimentary preview of the full 'How to get better results from your meetings' 75 minute training via a webinar event.

Do you attend business meetings that:
- do not stay on track?
- start late and overun?
- have weak or no agendas?

This Emailogic training course shows delegates everthing they need to do before, during and after meetings to achieve focused outcomes and save time - whether they are a chair or attendee & regardless of their level.

Decision makers and budget holders are invited to see the full course via a complimentary webinar:

Date: Wednesday 4th December and  Tuesday 21st January 2014

Time: 10:00-11:15am
Medium: Interactive webinar
Technical: Telephone & a pc with internet connection

Apply for a place using the form below or call us on 01452 886556.

Should you decide to purchase Effective Meetings training for your staff, we offer a choice of either webinar or seminar delivery methods.

Sessions last for 75 minutes and group sizes are typically 25 however, can be flexible to suit your requirements.

Please note : Places are limited and for the ultimate decision makers and budget holders for training services only. Emailogic reserve the right to refuse access to the webinar for those people who do not fulfil the qualification criteria.

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“We have tried changing staff use of email by sending out written communications - with little impact. It is clear, now we are working with Emailogic, that training is needed to unlock these engrained email behaviours.” Ajun Budda, HR Director Fellowes