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Lunch and Learn: Tips for staying practical, positive and productive

Andrew Armour
Andrew Armour
Consultant and Coach
Benchstone Limited

Posted: Thu 25th Jun 2020

Tips for staying practical, positive and productive

Is your own development and happiness always the last thing you plan for? Are you great at helping others but don't get time to think about improving you?

In this webinar, coach, lecturer and certified BMU Practitioner, Andrew Armour, speaks about the classic business model canvas. Andrew offers advice for focusing on your own personal development and provides coaching tips for staying practical, positive and productive.

 
Andrew Armour
Andrew Armour
Consultant and Coach
Benchstone Limited
 
I provide marketing, management, coaching and education services, in the media, technology and entertainment sectors. I specialise in building and delivering tailored personal improvement programmes, planning workshops and management team seminars focused on the areas of; new services, innovation, media partnerships and collaboration. I hold an MA in Coaching and Mentoring, a post-graduate Diploma in Business (Marketing), a PGCHE (Adult Development) and BA (Hons) Law and lecture on professional development, planning and management. Prior to coaching and coaching, my corporate career covered IP rights licensing, marketing and innovation management working at; Yell.com, TVNZ, Walt Disney and Office Dept. As a consultant, I have delivered programmes to teams and agencies such as; Tata Communications, John Lewis Waitrose, Powwownow, IP Integration, The AA and Pomegranate Media and created marketing and innovation modules for various Universities and business schools, including; BIMM (London), Winchester University, Henley Business School, Krems (Donau-Universitat Krems), The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM, Guildford) and Metropolis Studios. I work mostly in London and I am based at Century Club (on Shaftesbury Avenue) and The RSA (on The Strand).