Webinar:

The Manager's Pit Stop - how to have great working relationships

Tuesday 9 March 2021
11am - 12pm BST

The last 12 months have placed extraordinary demands on those who are responsible for managing others. Many managers feel distant and less connected to their teams and those they are responsible for. Some managers have even recruited new team members without ever having met!

If any of this resonates with you, sign up for this interactive webinar where I’ll share some practical takeaways that you can start to use immediately to help you build great working relationships, not only with those you manage but also those that manage you!

  • Keep your teams motivated
  • Feel in control of managing other people’s performance
  • Have difficult conversations via Zoom!
  • Manage difficult people – full stop!

Register for the webinar






Denise Chilton Executive Coach & Leadership Development Specialist

Meet the Speaker

Denise Chilton

Denise Chilton is a Professional Certified Coach and Leadership Development Specialist with over 10 years’ coaching experience.

Before setting up her coaching business, Denise had a successful 20-year management career working for large corporate organisations such as Royal Sun Alliance and Bank of America.

She then trained with the Coaches Training Institute in 2010 and went on to qualify as a Certified Professional Co-active Coach (CPCC) the following year. She also holds Professional Certified Coach (PCC) status with the International Coach Federation.

Over the last decade, Denise has worked with hundreds of managers across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors: empowering them to live life to the full both personally and professionally.

About The Manager's Pit Stop

In motorsports, a pit stop is the place where a driver can pause, refuel and get some new tyres while the pit crew make some mechanical adjustments to ensure that the driver has every chance of performing at their best to win the race. A lot depends on the pit stop and it can make all the difference between the driver winning or losing the race.

The Manager’s Pit Stop works on the same philosophy. It’s a place to pick up some new tools and techniques to help you manage yourself and your teams and make whatever adjustments you feel appropriate.

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