Resilience for the Future: Islay


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We live in a time of constant change, with challenges such as Brexit, climate change, changing social trends and market fluctuations.

Are you worried about the future? Can you and your farm business cope with uncertainty?

Resilience is key to successfully navigating change. This two day development programme is for all farmers and crofters.  It will equip you with the skills and confidence to build a resilient outlook to help your business thrive.

Through the workshop you will:
• Realise the value of your skills, strengths and experiences
• Build your confidence
• Explore opportunities for you and your business
• Understand what it is to be resilient, and take steps to build a resilient outlook
• Create a vision and plan for success within your own business.

In preparation for the programme you will have the opportunity to complete an Insights Profile. Which will help increase your self awareness, understand your strengths, and understand better why people behave the way they do.

Spaces are extremely limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

Lead by Kim Walker of Advance Consultancy and facilitated by Rob Black of SAC Consulting.

Second day of the Programme is on the 6th of February.

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If you have a Business Reference Number (BRN), please enter it here (6 digits)

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  • If you have a Business Reference Number (BRN), please enter it here (6 digits)
  • Please enter a number greater than or equal to 1.
    The Farm Advisory Service produces two e-newsletters, our monthly update and Farm Woodland News. If you would like to be kept up-to-date with information of all the news and events going on in your area or want to learn more about developments in farm woodlands then check the boxes above.