Invitation to Boost Performance
Thursday, 8 September 2016
Thomson Cooper will be hosting their annual Autumn Seminar and Networking Lunch at Carnegie Conference Centre on Friday 23rd September from 11am. Back due to popular demand is business improvement expert Chris Hughes with his new presentation ‘Optimising People Performance’. Chris aims to help people get the best from themselves and their teams in a sustainable way. He will cover Maintaining Momentum and motivation- whatever life throws at you; Confidence and how to create it and Addressing other people’s performance.
Thomson Cooper Partner Andrew Croxford is looking forward to the seminar, “Chris is recommended by numerous FTSE organisations and his presenting style is inspiring. I know guests will leave with practical tips that can be applied to their business, regardless of the size or sector.”
The seminar is followed by a networking lunch and is free of charge. Booking is essential. Details on www.thomsoncooper.com or contact Lynn Wardlaw on 01383 628800 or [email protected] for more information or to book your space.
NOTES TO THE EDITOR
- For further information, please contact Thomson Cooper Marketing Manager Carol Humphries on 01383 628800 or e: [email protected]
For more information please refer to www.thomsoncooper.com.
- About Thomson Cooper Accountants
Thomson Cooper was formed in 1949 when founding partners T. Hunter Thomson and Harold Cooper acquired a small practice in Dunfermline. The firm has expanded from these small beginnings to its present complement of around 70 staff, with offices in both Dunfermline and central Edinburgh. We are Fife's largest independent accountancy practice to include financial services, insolvency, IT and Marketing consultancy.
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