Countdown to a Special Event

This post is slightly different to the others in that I would like to discuss an upcoming training event in London where I will be the guest blogger.

From the start, TrainingZone Live has been an event like no other. Having continuously evolved and improved, now in its third year, TrainingZone Live will certainly be another success.

Those who have had the pleasure of attending in previous years know that this event is unique. If this is going to be your first time, you will undoubtedly be impressed. Careful consideration has been given to the setup to ensure that delegates can tailor the day to their needs and interests. This year will be truly unique combining both short and in depth interactive sessions, which (as always) are delivered by industry experts.

The nature of small workshop groups (maximum 25 people) ensure that this is not another generic one size fits all event. You can really make it personal to you. The main difficulty is choosing from the impressive line-up of presenters.

Whilst I want to attend all the sessions unfortunately this is not possible. I have had the pleasure of attending Jim Kirkpatrick’s workshops at these events and they are not to be missed. His knowledge, experience, charisma and energy are legendary.

On the day I am looking forward to Neil Almond’s sessions. He is an exceptional coach and trainer and I am always eager to learn from the best in my field and engage in stimulating discussions. At a competitive time, standing out from the crowd is more important than ever and Jennifer Holloway’s session on branding will certainly be very useful and apt. Seven Suphi is an expert in her field and the workshop on leadership will be worth attending. Influencing skills are crucial to everyday life and business so Dr Nicola Lincoln, Chartwell session will surely prove to be popular. Scott Bradbury’s expertise will be invaluable to help improve accuracy skills and consequently boost productivity.

This is just a taste of the types of sessions on offer and the calibre of presenters. Not to mention the other likeminded professionals you will get a chance to meet and network with.

The importance of the number 3 appears in an array of places ranging from maths, to religion to literature and sports. Pythagoras called three the perfect number and this event promises to be just that, perfect.

I look forward to joining TrainingZone in scoring its very own hat-trick!

Find out more about TrainingZone Live 2012.

Here are my thoughts on the event last year. TrainingZone Live 2011.

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Written by Ana Antunes da Silva.

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