Today’s HR Seminar: Bond Williams Professional Recruitment and The Colour Works

  14th June 2016      
 Company News, Human Resources


Outstanding leaders, lead high-performing teams, embrace diversity and personify self-awareness… want to know how?


This morning was our latest Bond Williams HR & Leadership Professionals Seminar, hosted at AFC Bournemouth, Vitality Stadium. The highly anticipated session was a great success and brilliantly received by everyone who attended.


The Colour Works’ own James Hampton brought us an interactive morning of learning. A two-hour masterclass that investigated what moves teams and leaders from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’ how behavioural diversity adds essential strength to a team but can also pull it apart, and what role trust, honesty and emotional intelligence play in allowing a team to achieve more than the sum of its parts.


The feedback from the team and the HR & leadership professionals who attended was massively positive; Claire Bond, Director at Bond Williams said:


“A big part of what comes out of these types of events is the tangible benefits that you can document and take away. Creating and realising the steps you can take to improve yourself and how you work with others makes you think about bigger and better ambitions as a team. We would like to thanks James for a great session this morning, and we look forward to the next.”


Today’s event was one of Bond Williams’ quarterly 2 hour HR Seminars and workshops held at AFC Bournemouth exclusively for HR professionals. Our specialist guest speakers who join us for the sessions and the engaging and interactive environment regularly attracts a number of HR professionals, making this a fantastic opportunity to network with peers.


The Colour Works are internationally-renowned leadership specialists who transform performance in individuals, teams and organisations through an accessible, game-changing colour model of behaviour and personality profile. The Colour Works recognises that performance is rooted in behaviour, so improving performance first requires a deeper understanding of behaviours.


If you are interested in our free future events, please register on our events page or contact to be included on our invitation list.





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