RTC pro­gramme to help busi­nesses hit High Per­for­mance

Sunderland Echo - - Business -

A pro­gramme de­signed to help the re­gion’s am­bi­tious small busi­ness lead­ers boost their pro­duc­tiv­ity and growth has been re­launched by Sun­der­land-based RTC North.

The new pro­gramme will build on the suc­cess of RTC’s pre­vi­ous High-Per­for­mance pro­gramme and as­sist 15 of the re­gion’s busi­ness lead­ers to get in­volved and make a real dif­fer­ence to not only their own busi­ness’ long-term suc­cess but also to have an im­pact on the North East’s pro­duc­tiv­ity.

The ini­tia­tive looks at mo­ti­vat­ing and man­ag­ing busi­ness lead­ers to achieve growth through tak­ing part in best prac­tice vis­its, peer to peer coach­ing and work­shops to share ex­pe­ri­ence and ad­vice from some of the re­gion’s lead­ing busi­nesses.

The four half-day work­shops, be­gin­ning next month, will be hosted by high per­form­ing lo­cal com­pa­nies: Dyer En­gi­neer­ing, fo­cus­ing on Lead­er­ship on Fe­bru­ary 14; Thar­sus, on Fu­ture Plan­ning on March 14; Ry­der Ar­chi­tec­ture, on Tal­ent Man­age­ment, on April 18; and [email protected]­stons, on Har­ness­ing New Tech­nol­ogy, on May 16.

Head of Learn­ing and De­vel­op­ment Mica MacInnes, who is lead­ing the pro­gramme, is con­fi­dent it will em­u­late the suc­cess of the pre­vi­ous scheme

“Af­ter a suc­cess­ful ini­tial pilot pro­gramme run last year on be­half of the NELEP and Be the Busi­ness, we are de­lighted to have se­cured fund­ing for an­other High-Per­for­mance pro­gramme for busi­nesses across the re­gion.

“This pro­gramme will ex­pose lead­ers to the lat­est think­ing that con­struc­tively chal­lenges con­ven­tional wis­dom and they will learn from lead­ing busi­nesses who have suc­cess­fully im­ple­mented changes to drive higher lev­els of per­for­mance.

“The cal­i­bre of the Ex­em­plar busi­nesses who are on board to sup­port is truly fan­tas­tic.”

For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact train­[email protected]­north.co.uk or call 0191 516 4400.

Mica MacInnes

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