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“Learning and development has arrived at a fork in the road. Down one fork, L&D will continue to take orders for training, coaching and e-learning. Down the other fork, you will step onto the road less travelled, and you will gain new skills that enable you to become a trusted partner whose input delivers high performing people.

Which road will you take?”

Paul Matthews, Founder and Managing Director

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CHASE 2016 the Charities and Associations event London

Paul Matthews is holding a seminar on “Managing Performance – A New Approach” on Tuesday 16 February at Chase 2016

We are delighted to announce that Paul Matthews has been invited to do a talk at the annual Charities and Association event: CHASE2016 – the leading business to business event for the Not-for-Profit Sector, on 16 – 17 February 2016 at the Business Design Centre, London N1 0QH.

As part of the Leadership and Trustee stream Paul will be sharing his latest thinking on Performance Management. While the traditional performance management of ratings and annual appraisals is under fire he will share an alternative approach.

For further information on the event and to register for free, visit www.CHASE2016.org.uk

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