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As Director of Business Development at Lancaster & Morecambe College I have always felt that my job title has a duel meaning. Whilst in essence my role is to develop new business for the College and generate opportunities and income that will make us a sustainable part of the local community, I also believe it to mean that I have a responsibility to provide learning opportunities that will drive external business development and growth in our business community.

When developing our provision we wanted to create a series of events aimed at senior managers, organisation leaders and business owners.  We developed Lead On with the aim of providing business seminars not designed to teach you the ‘how’ but the ‘why’.

This would allow the influencers in business to understand the topic and ‘lead on’ the agenda in their own business environment. Our Lead On seminars deliver learning, knowledge and insight to our business community on the key topics facing industry today. Some courses will help give you the edge in business whilst others will aim to steer you away from dangerous waters and expensive pitfalls.

At LMC we don’t claim to be experts but we know a few people who are. Lead On is about bringing these people to you in an engaging, accessible and interactive manner. With live Q&A’s, round table discussions and impactful short talks each day will be shaped by the audience to answer the key questions that affect their business.

If this sounds like the sort of support your business needs, sign up for a Lead On seminar today. Forthcoming seminars include:

About the author:

Jamie Hughes is business development manager at Lancaster & Morecambe College.

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