Although best known for our wide selection of training courses, our other services include Interim Management, Strategic Planning, Community Consultation, Coaching/Mentoring and Conference and Event Management.
We also have a great range of products and online resources, toolkits and in house training packages. Empower Resellers is a great no investment, no risk way to generate much needed unrestricted funds by selling the great brand that is Empower.
We also support a number of charities including the Beacon Life and Learning Centre and Captive Animals’ Protection Society, working to better the lives of farm, domestic and wild animals around the world.
In line with Empower's environmental policy and commitment to sustainability all the lunches provided on Empower training courses will be vegetarian.
We are proud to be a UK wide organisation aiming to meet the needs of the not for profit sector across Britain so get in touch. Our clients are our friends and we aim to develop a relationship of honesty and trust with you which will stand the test of time. Our company will develop based on what YOU need, when YOU need it.
In the Third Sector, efficiency, focus and accountability are always important. Organisations need to demonstrate the value they deliver to stakeholders, partners, and beneficiaries. And they often need to be wiser with their finances than private or public sector organisations. So making sure staff are working on the right things, and supporting organisational goals is vitally important. But how do you do this in practical terms?Published by Sean Conrad - Certified Human Capital Strategist of Halogen Software on 17/05/2013 View this entry
Writing can be an immensely pleasurable and rewarding experience but, as with any such hobby, start to make it something that others rely upon and it swiftly loses its lustre. Take Julie for example … (please someone take her) … she loves quilting and has often thought how brilliant it would be if she could sell her quilts for enough money for it to be her source of income. Then someone asked her to make a quilt; not for money but for a favour, this hobby rapidly became a bit onerous. Every stitch now had to be perfect; every fabric choice became agonisingly difficult; suddenly she felt she was to be judged on what had previously been done solely for her enjoyment - and there wasn’t even any cash involved!Published by Natasha James and Julie Smith of Breaking Barriers Community Arts on 14/05/2013 View this entry