Stepping up to manage a new team can be a challenging business. You are likely to be pulled in multiple directions, have new goals to achieve and need to deal with an array of HR issues.
Whether you’re planning a major international conference or gala awards evening, social media is an easy and effective way to promote your event.
At Lane End Conference Centre, we have over four decades’ of experience of hosting conferences for international and national organisations.
Here are our tips for harnessing the power of social media to make your event an online and real time success.
Time and again research shows that good communication amongst employees equals better performance. The good news is that it is easy to encourage bonding in the work place, from arranging social nights to attending professional team building events. And just like the call centre, the results are worth it.
A team that works well together has a positive impact on productivity, customer loyalty and, bottom line, will help improve your bottom line.
Planning a Presentation? Check-out Lane End’s new high-tech data projectors.
Working away from home doesn’t mean you have to abandon your usual health and fitness regime.
Steve Kader of Lane End’s Maintenance Team completed the Flete Half Marathon in May.
Lane End Conference Centre near Heathrow helps top international companies broadcast conferences and corporate events live from its premises in the Buckinghamshire countryside.
Conferences are a great way to meet colleagues, find out what’s new in your professional field and hopefully enjoy a little down time.
Guest blog by: Julian Dodson
Learning and Development Facilitator
Hi5 Corporate Events
We are in the business of providing overnight accommodation and fresh on-site catering every day for business users, click here to find our top tips for keeping calories in check this conference season.
With more than 45 years’ experience of delivering conferences for top organisations worldwide, Lane End Conference Centre shares its guide to running the perfect event.