“LEADING CHANGE – UP CLOSE & PERSONAL”

14 March 2018, 08:30
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BCC BREAKFAST FORUM

How many times have you tried to do things differently in your personal or work life, only to slip back into old habits within days or weeks?

You are not alone. The BCC People and Leadership group is here to help. Join us for a fun & insightful breakfast workshop to explore how individuals experience change, why we resist change, and how we can make lasting changes in our lives.   This is the first of four workshops for 2018 with the Leading Change theme which will take place on Wednesday 14 March 2018 from 08:30-10:00 at Badenoch & Clark, Luxembourg.

“Change might not be fast, and it isn’t always easy. But with time and effort, almost any habit can be reshaped.” (Charles Duhigg)

Working from your real-life personal change projects we will equip you with know-how, including coaching questions and models of change so that you can approach your future personal change challenges in a more productive way. You will even be able to help others with their change goals!

The workshop will be held by P&L group members Claudia Neumeister & Sarah Battey, and for more information see: BCC HR BLOG

The British Chamber wishes to thank Badenoch & Clark for their continuous generosity in hosting this event at its premises and also for their sponsorship of the breakfast.

We will begin at 08:30 with registration, networking and refreshments. The session begins at 09:00 and is scheduled to end at 10:00.

The cost of attending this event is: Sustaining Members: FREE; Business & Individual Members: €10 and Non-Members: €20.

PARKING : Please note Fort Neipperg parking is closed; closest parking Rocade or Nobilis (Park Inn/Saturn).

PLEASE NOTE CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING NO LATER THAN 12:00 NOON ON MONDAY 12 MARCH 2018.   WHERE NO WRITTEN CANCELLATION IS RECEIVED WE WILL REGRETTABLY HAVE TO INVOICE YOU FOR THE COST OF THE EVENT.

 

Event details

Date

14 MARCH 2018

Time

08:30

Address

Badenoch & Clark- 2 Avenue Charles de Gaulle- le Dome, Entrée Concorde- L-1653- Luxembourg
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