MENTA Offer help to entrepreneurs, Katherine Alexander of TuVida appears on panel of experts and SIONIC host workshop 'Equip yourself to lead in the new world of work'

Published by Rupert Douglas on December 7th 2020, 5:05pm

As we look to the end of a challenging 2020 organisations MENTA, SIONIC and TuVida are helping leaders prepare for the new year. This year has changed the face of leadership and learning those lessons will be integral to the economic recovery of the UK.

Starting a business in 2021 with MENTA

Business support organisation MENTA are offering to help budding entrepreneurs start their business in 2021 by offering a free package of help and business advice. If you are based in Suffolk or Norfolk and are looking a programme to help kickstart the business then visit www.menta.org.uk/start-up-training.

The support programme consists of three workshops that must be completed and is suitable for anyone who is thinking of starting a business or has been trading for less than 12 months. The course covers ‘Business Planning’ including finance, marketing your business through social media and building a website and finally, bookkeeping which will explore National Insurance and tax.

MENTA Chief Executive Alex Till said: “I’m sure most people will be glad to see the back of 2020 and will start 2021 with new energy – which is one of the best attributes for starting a new business. Some may be considering the next step because of redundancy and this can be a wonderful opportunity to use your skills to be your own boss. Whether you want to branch out as a freelance doing what you previously did for an employer or you’ve had a hobby business and are now ready to take the next step with it, MENTA can give you the best possible start.”

Katherine Alexander, CEO of TuVida, appears on panel to discuss habits of trusted leaders

The webinar will be hosted on Thursday 10th December 12:00-13:00. The event will be chaired by Andrew Baud, managing director of communications consultancy, Tala, and joined by Dr John Blakey of the Trusted Executive Foundation, Russell Atkinson, former CEO of NAHL Group plc and Christine Alexander, CEO of healthcare organisation, TuVida.

During the webinar the panel will be exploring the key nine habits of trusted leadership and bringing to life ways in which enlightened leaders can start to deliver against the ‘triple bottom line’ of profit, people and planet.

The basis of the webinar will be the 2nd edition of Dr John Blakey’s book titled ‘The Trusted Executive’

You can register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trust-not-power-the-new-currency-of-leadership-dr-john-blakey-tickets-127295336779

Peter Stone of Sionic, hosts webinar titled ‘Equip yourself to lead in the new world of work’

Sionic are a global consulting firm that focuses on change and specialises in a unique blend of business and people performance. Peter Stone, Managing Partner, is leading a panel to discuss a range of issues around how best to equip leaders to mobilise, motivate and enable higher levels of performance.

Sionics “Experts as Leaders” and “Accelerated Development Programme” are accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute and they will be covering topics that are from both in the taster workshop.

To help the financial sector prepare for 2021 and beyond, Sionic will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday 15th December 2020 hosted by leading experts Peter Stone, Deborah Challinor, Paul Butler and Aran Dadswell. Sionic’s leadership and development team work worldwide and are internationally recognised as specialists in accelerating the performance of individuals, teams and whole organisations.

This practical session is for managers, for leaders and for all those responsible for the development and performance of people in financial services.

To find out more about the workshop & to register please go to: https://academy.sionic.com/20201215-webinar/email/

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