Our next Exeter event

Thursday 12th April

Exeter Racecourse 12 Noon - 2.00 pm- Exeter


Time - 10.00 am Registration and Refreshments for a 10.30 am Start

Presenter - Roger Porthouse - Director - Latent Capability Ltd

Topic - Brain Friendly Conversations to Improve Performance

Improving Engagement and Performance are key challenges in business today. How can we have honest and meaningful performance conversations with more impact and less stress? How do we deal with the 'difficult stuff' and maintain or even increase engagement? Recent research in neuroscience has made some fascinating discoveries that have changed the way we think about how we think and react. This session will explore how we can apply that knowledge in business today to be more effective in our conversations and create better working relationships that improve individual and team performance.

About the Presenter

Roger Porthouse is the Managing Director of Latent Capability Ltd, a development company that helps organisations unlock potential; as leaders' in teams and as individuals. With over 30 years' leading and shaping teams in small start-ups through to blue-chip global organisations, Roger shares a wealth of knowledge and experience in team management and leadership development.


Members - £33.00 - Book Here

Non Members - £37.00 - Book Here

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Thursday 12th April

Exeter Racecourse 12 Noon - 2.00 pm

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