EBW June – Monthly Review

June brought the opportunity for all the Groups to develop and embrace the Elite Business Women’s Club banner their association with The Boardroom Network Groups and a welcome review of the Branding and meeting agenda. It is always interesting to see how many similarities there are fundamentally amongst the members .. clearly making strong...

How to Read Faster with Higher Comprehension

The Boardroom Education is here to help you save time, boost memory and performance, and enhance communication skills – including making the most of every networking opportunity. I’ve heard it said (by Simon Rigby – Action Coach) that a business book acted upon is worth £40,000. We laughed about this on his excellent recent taster session...

The Positive Aspects of Brexit

The Wells Group enjoyed a lively discussion on the positive aspects of Brexit, thanks to our guest speaker David Woan.  David is president of the Yeovil Chamber and has closely followed the progress of Brexit and its impact on local Businesses. Points were raised for and against from the Group and the general view...

No Like, No Trust!

Blog by Mark Blunden of  Nava Business. It’s fair to state that it is pretty much impossible to trust someone you don’t like. Networking gives us all the opportunity to get to know people, hopefully get to like people and then, in turn, build that all important trust. Trust makes us feel good in...

THRIFT in the First Four Minutes

I bloomin’ LOVE Networking! But how can you make a positive lasting impression when the window for influencing someone for good is so tiny? (In the 1980s it was a 4 minute window… I’m pretty certain it’s a lot smaller now.) We need to be thrifty… now there’s a nifty old-fashioned word! Thrift (...

Welcome

The Sherborne group of Business Women’s Club launched successfully in April this year. The project was instigated by Rebecca Trim of Silburys Chartered Accountants who were seeking to sponsor an event focused on Women in Business. The Club is all about business and runs to a strictly commercial agenda. You’ll find it a little...