Making budget is a challenge in itself, but for today’s manager it is also important to be able to present figures accurately and confidently. This masterclass shows, at all levels, how to present financial results and variances positively and in a compelling way. Includes making the bad news seem better.
(26 January 2005 17:17:00)
Many of today’s managers struggle to understand their teams and are missing an opportunity to motivate them towards optimum performance. This innovative session is for those wanting to understand more about what makes the team tick so they can learn how to motivate them as individuals and as a group towards real results.
(26 January 2005 17:15:00)
Operators and managers are expected to play a crucial role in the sales and negotiation process, either in client meetings or at the building-the-business stage. This practical workshop delivers proven sales and negotiation techniques to effectively prepare anyone who is new or aspiring to work in sales.
(26 January 2005 16:04:00)
Businesses need to create leadership at all levels because people leave people not organisations. What makes a leader? What do people expect from their leaders? What actions can managers demonstrate to make the difference? This masterclass gives essential facts, tools and techniques to improve any manager’s leadership style.
(26 January 2005 16:03:00)
Planning and organisational skills are key to achieving successful outcomes, on time and to budget, yet many hospitality managers still work in a very reactive way – even when there is a specific project to complete. This masterclass will ensure that every manager can control the task in hand and mobilise the team towards maximum results and outcomes.
(26 January 2005 16:02:00)
The London-based S&M (Sausage and Mash) Cafés group is seeking a private placing to raise £1m ahead of a planned flotation on the Alternative Investment Market.
(25 January 2005 14:45:00)
London’s hotels comprehensively bounced back last year after the woes of 2003, when the market was badly hit by the war in Iraq, according to new figures.
(24 January 2005 15:42:00)
I am an NHS senior manager and my husband is a chef. We are looking to open a restaurant soon. My husband will be chef-proprietor and I will look after the business side. Can you recommend courses or qualifications to take?
(24 January 2005 15:13:00)
I have been working in the same hotel for 22 years and have been general manager for the past two-and-a-half. The four-star townhouse in London is about to change hands and I feel I may be surplus to requirements. I am 44 and considering a move to Yorkshire to become a reception manager. Should I start contacting recruitment consultants or sit tight?
(24 January 2005 15:08:00)