Delighted to be speaking at Wiltshire Women in Business Conference

TUESDAY MARCH 8th, 2016

Bowood Hotel, spa & Golf resort

Slides : WIBTENWiltshireMar16BeingAgilePDF

 

The Enterprise Network (TEN) in Swindon and Wiltshire is following up the success of its first women’s conference with the TEN Wiltshire Women in Business Conference, 8 March 2016.

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day with a host of networking opportunities, inspirational speakers and dynamic workshops that can help your business.

http://www.theenterprisenetwork.co.uk/events-all/101-womensconference.html

 

Workshop speaker profile: Belinda Waldcock

 

The Importance of Being Agile

To be a successful business leader in today’s fast paced business landscape requires agility.

Using agile can help maintain a balance between running and growing your business, to ensure change is managed and growth is achieved.

Agile is a methodology and way of working for teams to navigate uncertainty and gain perspective. It will literally put the writing on the wall to give you the visibility and communications you and your teams need to increase performance, develop skills, identify what’s holding you back, and uncover hidden opportunities.

Belinda will share insights and tips on how to be more agile minded in business and help delegates understand what being agile means to them.

Belinda Waldock

Belinda Waldock is an Agile Business Coach and Trainer, she is a professionally qualified ILM Coach and Mentor in Business Management, and the author of Being Agile in Business which has been shortlisted for the CMI Management book of the year.

Belinda works with businesses supporting growth and improvement using agile business management. Her ‘Being Agile’ approach has been adopted by a broad range of high growth businesses across many business sectors to adopt agile working and help leverage their growth aspirations.

Belinda is part of the organising committee for one of the World’s leading agile conferences, Agile on the Beach, helping to develop and grow the conference over the past 4 years to be self-sustaining. She is a regular speaker at events and proactive member of the business community.

Last year Belinda co-founded Software Cornwall, a small high growth cluster network of businesses, education and support organisations dedicated to connecting, promoting and supporting the growing software community in Cornwall.