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There are FREE capacity building workshops coming up for SME’s and Social Enterprises this month taking place at:
GRREC Temporary Visitors Centre, 425 Polmadie Road, Glasgow, G42 0PJ.
Details below, click the link for further information. Registrations details are below also.
Tuesday 22nd September 2015 | 10:00 – 12:00 hrs
This workshop will focus on:
Tuesday 22nd September 2015 | 14:00 – 16:00 hrs
This workshop will provide insight into powerful Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques and will teach you how to create opportunity and enhance relationships by;
•Developing positive connections with people around you
•Creating an environment where people feel heard, understood and supported
•Learning how to disagree agreeably by removing barriers that prevent a comfortable space for difficult conversations
“Neuro Linguistic Programming began with the study of excellent communicators. What is the difference that makes the difference in feeling comfortable and acknowledged by someone, even if they are disagreeing with what you say? The answer is rapport – a foundation stone of NLP, and the most important process in any communication. Rapport is the ability to see each other’s point of view (not necessarily to agree with it), to be on the same wavelength and to appreciate each other’s feelings”
This workshop will be delivered by Lighthouse, an organisation dedicated to transformational change.
Part of the FTSE 250 Pennon Group, Viridor is Scotland’s leading recycling, renewable energy and sustainable waste partner. Working with 96% of Scottish local authorities, public bodies and Scotland’s leading businesses, Viridor operates a £100m Scottish network of advanced recycling infrastructure and is investing £500m to translate Scottish zero waste policy into practice.
Viridor is working with Glasgow City Council to design, build finance and operate a European class modern recycling and renewable energy centre to better manage the city’s 200,000 tonnes of residual waste that until now would have gone to landfill. The £154m project will deliver a broad range of opportunities for small businesses and social enterprises including a commitment to support a programme of capacity building workshops.