Join our Free Breakfast talk for CEOs, Managing Directors and Senior Partners of growing businesses.
A presentation by award-winning CEO Simon Biltcliffe, along with performance coach and director of Pro-Noctis, Phil Quirk who are both renowned TED speakers who aim to challenge your preconceived ideas on a wide range of issues.
In this talk you will discover how to:
Get better retention for your talent pipeline
Nurture your employees’ intellectual, emotional and financial return for your top and bottom-line
Create a workplace environment that fuels personal development, innovation and business performance
Inspire your employees to be engaged to go above and beyond
Harness the power of your millennial workforce
Take your company to the next level
Webmart have recently won highly commended employer of the year at the Lloyds Business Awards in 2016, whilst Pro-Noctis recently won a Lotus Award for organisational culture and employee engagement.
Pro-Noctis work with award winning CEO’s (including Simon) and Olympic athletes and use this experience to develop a performance culture within organisations that creates an adaptable and flexible workforce ready for future challenges such as Brexit, AI and Millennials. Simon has spoken at large events all over the world about how his philosophy of Marxist-capitalism creates a competitive advantage and is a completely revolutionary approach to running a business.
Expect an inspiring presentation full of actionable first-hand insight. Together, Simon and Phil will challenge your thinking. They’ll share their philosophy on successful business management and employee engagement in 2017. They’ll prove that the productivity of your employees is directly related to how – and how much – you invest in your business culture, purpose and values. And they’ll show you exactly how to do this.
Please note: This event is free but as we have to provide notice for our caterers and external presenters, you must provide 48 hours notice if you can not attend the event. If you don't let us know prior to this, there shall be a £50 charge.