FREE Project Management & Selling in a Tough Climate Workshops

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Project Management – A Practitioners Workshop
Date / Time: Thursday 20th October 2016  | 10:00 – 12:00 hrs

This workshop will focus on:

  • Introduce attendees to different types of projects carried out in (R&D and Capital Investment
  • Outline the methodologies and tools used in controlling and managing projects
  • Host a workshop session to develop participants understanding, answer questions and apply the techniques shared to real world situations that we hope everyone can relate to.

Trainers: This Workshop will be delivered by Viridors Project Managers Alex Irvine and Christopher Finnie.

Selling in a Tough Climate

Date / Time: Thursday 27th October 2016  | 10:00 – 12:00 hrs

What will you learn:

  • Why many sales approaches are failing in the current market
  • How to understand your prospect’s real buying motives
  • The 4 key elements to managing your business to achieve continuous sales improvement and build A + Level sales people
  • 7 steps to Trusted Advisor Selling that gets results
  • How to motivate your salespeople to take responsibility and stop hiding behind excuses

Delivered by Alan Mackie from Sandler Training

Location: GRREC Temporary Visitors Centre, 425 Polmadie Road, Glasgow, G42 0PJ.

TO REGISTER: transformingwasteinglasgow@viridor.co.uk | 0141 301 1212 www.transformingwasteinglasgow.com | visit www prix viagra maroc.viridor.co.uk

Background Information:

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.