Announcing... How to Boss a Briefing Meeting. Tuesday 19 February. 8.30am -10.30am
Do you dread the briefing meeting? Do you want to impress the client but worry youll say the wrong thing? Do the words, somehow, just dry up?
Breakfast bites is here to help.
This session will help you find your voice, give you a toolkit of confidence building techniques and arm you with killer questions to win over your clients.
This will be a fun, energetic and interactive session, with a short piece of homework to help you to think about some of the things we will talk about.
The session will be run by Kat Cunningham from The Nursery Research and Planning. Kat has over 10 years of experience in the research industry and has run 100s of briefing meetings during this time! As a previous member of the AQR board, Kat has a passion for Qual research, she has tutored in analysis and moderation and has a certificate in Psychotherapy.
So if you have 0-4 years experience, can just about get yourself up in the morning and want to learn how to really impress your clients, this is right up your street!
PLEASE NOTE Spaces are limited to 15, and therefore AQR members get priority booking. (Please note this also means we can only accept a maximum of 2 delegates per company).
AQR Members: £30 + VAT = £36 (membership is individual not corporate)
Non members price: £50 + VAT = £60
Book using the links below
19 February 2019
8.30am to 10.30am
25 Gloucester Place
London W1U 8HT
Map of location:
StreetMap of W1U 8HT
£50+VAT (Book Online)
£30+VAT (Book Online)
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