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Concise Advice Student Series: How to Make the Best Impact

Wednesday 12th October 2016 3pm - 4:30pm Cabot Circus, Bristol Literary Event, Chargeable Event

SORRY, DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THIS EVENT IS NOW CANCELLED. We’ve teamed up with LID Publishing to host a series of self-improvement events led by experts in business, finance and well-being. How to Make the Best Impact is the second of those masterclasses.

This masterclass is all about making the biggest and best impact you can. Whether it’s in a seminar, at a job interview or even just amongst peers, Simon Tyler will guide you on how to start making an impact now to ensure you’re a success in the future.

Simon Tyler is a much sought-after business coach and works with some of the world's leading companies (including BP, Cisco, Morgan Stanley, O2, Volkswagen, DuPont, Castrol).

In his book, The Impact Code, Simon explores why the best leaders and managers are those who create change. They are able to create a vision, communicate an idea and in particular encourage action from others. Drawing from the 50 short but powerful ways to raise your impact level, Simon will explain his code to ensure that your every encounter has the potential to bring something to you.

Join Simon Tyler for this inspiring session and come away armed with all the necessary knowledge to make the best impact you can.


Follow this link to view all Concise Advice Student Series Events


Tickets: £10 to include the book (RRP £9.99) and refreshments. Simply add the required number to the basket below. 

Venue: Foyles, Cabot Circus, Bristol, BS1 3BH



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