INVESTORS in People wish to engage with Renfrewshire Chamber members and local small to medium-sized businesses to let them know that IiP has changed and talk about their ‘Impact Programme’.
Begins a spokesperson: “In today’s economic climate, it’s more important than ever to know your business is ready to face the challenges ahead and the IIP Scotland Impact Programme can help you do just that.
“Based around the IIP Framework, the Impact Programme consists of a series of coaching sessions to help you identify key objectives and challenges for your organisation and how best to achieve them.
“The resulting plan will detail the implementation of any change involved and how to measure the impact it has.
“As an extra incentive to join, IiP are offering the first 50 businesses to apply, funding of £1,000.
“If you’re a Scottish-based small or medium-size, privately-owned business (less than 200 employees) this is the perfect programme / event for you.”
The breakfast event is free for SMEs not currently engaged with IiP and will be held in The Glynhill Hotel, 14th October 2011 8-10.30.
To register, please visit the events page at www.renfrewshirechamber.com.
IiP specialists and consultants will be on hand to explain how they can help your business and answer any questions you may have.
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