Creative thinkers eat chicken, soft cheeses show desire for social advancement, prawns are for risk takers and jam shows a desire to please others…
Actually, we can’t vouch for this, it could be a load of old baloney for all we know (sorry, couldn’t help it!).
But whilst we can’t help you decipher more about your inner self from the contents of your lunchtime piece, we can teach you a little more about your personality whilst you eat a FREE one (and surely that’s more fun)!
That’s right everyone – the free lunch is back!
The Urquhart Partnership is pleased to be running yet another one of our fabulous Lunch & Learn sessions! Come along for some free lunch and even better, free knowledge – and what better way to kick start the sessions than with our most popular topic – How to use Belbin as a Recruitment Tool.
So what’s the buzz about Belbin? Want to find out more?
Our most popular lunch session provides attendees with a good understanding of Belbin Team Roles which allows it to be applied readily within your organisation with little or no consultancy support required.
The sessions give an overview of Belbin Team Roles and specifically, how it can support the Recruitment Process. The process is simple but effective and allows for valuable information to be gathered as to a potential candidate’s fit to your vacancy, your team and your organisation.
Plus, not only are we giving away free lunch, but you’ll also get a free copy of your own Belbin Self Perception Report! How nice are we?!
So if you’re interested in an event that’s informal, relaxed, fun and informative and interesting, then why not join us?
• 21st September 2011
• 28th September 2011
• 5th October 2011
• 25th October 2011 – Extra date added due to popular demand!
All sessions will be run at The Urquhart Partnership’s offices at 8 North Silver Street, Aberdeen and will run from 12 noon to 2.00 pm. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Contact Lucy on 01224 651 815 or email email@example.com
P.s. If you are still interested in reading more about the ‘supposed’ “Secret Language of Sandwiches”, then click here!