Women in Agriculture – Dumfries and Galloway Dairy Women Network

Do you ever struggle to communicate effectively with other members of your family or business?

Are you and your business ready to tackle any future challenges or change?

Communication is key when it comes to running a successful and resilient farming business. To effectively communicate it is vital to understand your own personality type and that of others. By using the tool “Insights” we will explore:

  • your personality type
  • your strengths and weaknesses
  • ways to work better with others

We will explore how you can make yourself and your business more resilient, ready to face any challenge!The event will cover:
• Insights
• Improving business efficiency and profitability through personal outlook
• Business and personal resilience
• Self-understanding and confidence building to overcome barriers

This is not a standard event you may be used to – hear from John Scott of Fern Farm who attended a two-day version of this course last Autumn. He says this course will make you think about how you manage yourself and work with others.

Spaces are strictly limited to 15, so early booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

Booking

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

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Women in Agriculture – Dumfries and Galloway Dairy Women Network £0.00 Sold out

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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.