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Topic: ‘You can’t beat a good argument’
Speaker:Ed Beckmann of Interweave
Date: WEDNESDAY 16th November 2016
Time: 8.30am to 9.30am 
Venue: Dutton Gregory, St Peter Street, Winchester SO23 8BT 

Do you want potential problems to be nipped in the bud?

The subject relates to the ups and downs of mixing with other people, especially in changing teams and business relationships. So often a small irritation can grow into a larger issue, critical feedback being seen as negative or a good idea kept hidden because it might upset someone.

Some of the oldest team principles tell us to expect disagreements to be part of a bonding process, yet all too often they are avoided and prevent progress. We will explore how we deal with potential conflict in several live situations, and find some better ways to ‘get it out in the open’.

Ed Beckmann offers a portfolio of services. His main role is in developing projects and plans for businesses to grow and gain efficiency, in which he draws on both people skills and sound financial knowledge. He contrasts this in warmer months by supporting charity cycling events such as London – Paris, and offering holidays with cycling within Europe.

Booking is essential by the Friday before each meeting please, only by calling Sarah Broad on 01962 844333 or by email to 

For other questions please contact our chair: David Cradduck on 07717 134272 or by email to 

The People Management Breakfast is free and open to anyone who wishes to come along on the third Wednesday of every month. We aim to educate and inform in a friendly and supportive atmosphere so that we can promote the development of people and encourage those involved in the business of developing people and cultures. 

Venue and breakfast for regular monthly meetings kindly sponsored by Dutton Gregory LLP, who have been delivering exceptional legal services to private and commercial clients since 1947.

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