The Manchester Change Forum begins 2019 with an introspective seminar on people change

Written by Alistair Collier | News | Candidates | Clients | Event | Business Change | Posted 21/01/2019 11:29:42

The Manchester Change Forum kicked off 2019 with their first event taking place at the Eagle Labs. Embracing the 3 Pillars of Change Within You named the three pillars of change that can influence much of our lives: physical, business and personal.

The Manchester Change Forum is a joint venture by Just Enough Change and Sanderson Recruitment. The Forum supports Business Change professionals from the local area through networking opportunities and local business events.

Paul Clavering, founder of Just Enough Change, focused on specific elements within the pillars that could change the way we look at our lives. The physical pillar enables us to feel good about our fitness and wellbeing, the business pillar allows us to question what we’d like to achieve within our careers and finally, the personal pillar focuses on how we can examine our mental health and awareness to make helpful daily changes.

Alistair Collier, Sanderson’s Regional Director of the North, spoke about the event:

‘This event was a proud moment for me, as my pal Paul Clavering hosted a very personal event at the Eagle Labs in Manchester. The 3 pillars of change (business, wellbeing and physical) were discussed in great detail and made for a reflective and interactive session around people change. The Manchester Change Forum are so keen to host and partner on events that are collaborative and engaging and this very much fit the bill.’

If you’re interested in joining the Manchester Change Forum, you can join the LinkedIn group for updates and events.

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