Greater Manchester businesses are invited to take part in a free Business Resilience Workshop, as part of the Skills for Growth SME support programme.
Resilience is the mental reservoir of strength that we are able to call on in times of need, and this enlightening workshop will provide business leaders with the knowledge and tools to build their own resilience levels, develop techniques to help build a resilient mindset in times of change and understand how this can positively impact an organisation.
The workshop has been organised by the GC Business Growth Hub and will be led by Health and Wellbeing Specialist, Felicity Brown.
Felicity has a background in embedding wellness into organisational culture, with a passion for people and whose role provides her with the opportunity to meet different individuals every day from a variety of backgrounds to help inspire them to improve the Health and Wellbeing of their workforce and also themselves.
She will also be joined by Karen Andrews from Manchester City Council and Thomas Pickford from Skills for Growth – SME Support will discuss grants and initiatives available for businesses in Greater Manchester, as well as give an overview of the programme and how SMEs can access this support.
The online workshop is free to attend and takes place on Thursday May 6 at 9:30am
Find out more and book your place via Eventbrite.
The Business Resilience Workshop forms part of the Skills for Growth programme. This fully funded SME support programme is designed to help up-skill employees and improve productivity within Greater Manchester’s small businesses. Delivered by GC Business Growth Hub in partnership with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, the programme is commissioned by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority with funding from the European Social Fund.