26May 2017

Milton Keynes Leading Time Management Expert

'10 Minute Tip' by Stuart Moore - Time Management Expert

Stuart Moore: international board-level business expert

Stuart Moore has more than 30 years’ international interim board level experience, gaining a broad range of business skills in different market sectors. He also has been engaged as a business lecturer and coach and has been invited as a speaker at Expo's and exhibitions all over the world.

Some of his past challenges have included business start-ups and turn arounds, plus the delivery of different projects ranging from less than $50K to over a $1billion in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

“I enjoy breaking things down by providing simple solutions to problems and developing businesses with people who are committed, motivated and can think ahead,” says Stuart.

As well as being a regular media commentator, business lecturer and writer, currently he hosts a weekly business programme on UK radio. In addition he volunteers as a business mentor for young people’s charities like Young Enterprise and Worktree.

“On the up side, I am a keen golfer, (but not that good anymore),” concludes Stuart, “plus I hold a pilot’s license, (NASA please note),and enjoy debating as well as public speaking.”

About the conversation:

Time is your most valuable business tool! Do you manage it – or muddle it?

Top international business expert, speaker and lecturer Stuart Moore, shares his advice on why time management is critical for any business … and how to make sure you manage yours to maximise profitability and more!

Don’t miss what will be a particularly entertaining and helpful 10 Minute Tip at the Business Growth Club, Friday May 26th 2017, from 7:15am until 9:30am at Abbey Hill Golf Centre, Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes MK8 8AA

The value of Time Management is incalculable.

It’s essential for any business – as well as other parts of your life.

You have two choices:  manage it, or muddle it.

This fortnight’s 10 Minute Tip will give you insights and food for thought on…

·  How you manage – or muddle – your time now, and how to rethink it.

·  How to plan and handle your time commitments better.

·  How good time management improves many different parts of running a business … business targets, customer experience, staff and other stakeholders, motivation and much more.

·  Why the same basic time management principles apply from SMEs to Multi-Nationals.

·  How to harness logic and common sense to time management for greater effectiveness.