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Do you say what you mean?

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Here’s a true story with an Important moral behind it.

A little girl at primary school wrote what she thought was a lovely little story with a pretty picture of a house with a garden and the sun shinning. She took great care colouring it all I beautifully. She sat back and looked at her work feeling extremely proud then took it to show the teacher, expecting a gold star. The teacher looked at the little girls work and said, “it’s wrong” the little girl went back to her desk and rubbed out what she thought the teacher might be saying was wrong. She then wrote a different word over the rubbing out and took it back to the teacher. The teacher once again said “it’s wrong”. The little girl once again went back to her desk and rubbed out what she thought was
wrong, by this time there was a big black rubbing out mark but she wrote again over the top. She returned to the teacher feeling frustrated now as she could not understand what she was doing wrong and her beautiful master piece was looking spoilt from the rubbing out marks. The teacher again told her it was wrong, she returned to her desk for another rubbing out but this time the paper had rubbed thin and as she rubbed it it made a big hole in the page. By now she was disheartened and began to cry as she couldn’t understand what was wrong with her beautiful master piece.

The moral of the story. Communicate exactly what you mean in the language they understand, it saves misery, misunderstanding and possibly a life time of feeling a failure not knowing why!

To become gain experience in these vital communication skills and become a fantastic leader book onto our Leadership and Management course today.

The techniques that you learn on the course will help you understand more deeply about communication, learning how to do this more effectively. You will gain more confidence using various techniques along with many more skills that you will be able to use with immediate effect.

You will be presented with a certificate of attendance on completion of the course.
Contact us today about improving your skills and effectiveness as a leader.

Course dates: April 6th, May 4th 2016, May 18th, June 1st, June 22nd.
Location: Base Point Exeter.
Times: 10am – 5pm each day
Investment: £1497.00 per delegate
Book now Tel: 01363 775935

All course materials provided + lunch & refreshments
Free on site car parking.


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Are you feeling stressed?

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Stress causes under-performance at work – leading to less productivity. Relationship and health problems can result in prolonged stress which can be a killer. Are your key team players underperforming because of stress? Remember that your statutory responsibility for your employees’
health and safety includes safeguarding them from under stress.

Lowering stress increases productivity and effectiveness, and reduces the number of working days lost to sickness.

How can we help you?

By Inviting us into work place so we can spend an hour with you/your employees providing relaxation, using our well trusted techniques – which can be applied in a group setting or on a one to one basis. This is a service which we already provide to award winning companies on a monthly basis, keeping their staff stress levels to a minimum. Just imagine a happy productive working environment, how much more productive that would be.

For further in depth training on Stress release techniques why not book onto our one day course on May 6th at Exeter Golf and Country Club Exeter 9.30 an – 5pm for an investment of only £197 per delegate.


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Lack of management skills is harming small firms according to BIP.

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They say that the performance of small and medium-sized firms is being impeded by a lack of leadership and management skills.

According to research by Warwick Business School. Based on a survey of 2,500 firms in England with between five and 250 staff, the research examined links between management skills and practices, and their relationship with key measures of business performance. Among their findings, researchers discovered that firms with more highly skilled managers and good people management practices benefitted from higher turnover and better rates of employment growth and productivity. The report concludes that underdeveloped leadership and management skills and a failure to adopt management best practices are constraining the performance and growth of a significant number of small firms in England. For more details and a copy of the report, go to: http://www.managers.org.uk/insights/news/2015/may/poor-management-harminguk-smallbusinesses- says-report

How we can help your. Business

TBC Training are experts in delivering Leadership and Management skills using NLP techniques. We know that a 5 day release of your employees can be disruptive so we offer this course over a period of 2-3 months on a one day basis. The techniques learnt on the course will enhance your understanding on a deep level teaching you effective communication, you will see importance of getting it right. You will gain more confidence using various techniques along with many more skills that you will be able to use with immediate effect. On completion of this course you will be presented with a certificate of attendance.

Our next course will take place on May 4th, May 18th, June 1st, June 22nd 29th June Venue: Base point Exeter. 10am – 4pm. Investment: £1497.00 per delegate

All course material provided, lunch &refreshments included.


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