28 September 2007, Randolph Hotel, Oxford, 7pm
DRINKS RECEPTION 7pm ? 7.45pm ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM (Opposite the Randolph Hotel)
GUEST SPEAKERS Richard Dyson, ICAEW President and Nigel Rees, writer and broadcaster
Celebrity writer and broadcaster, Nigel is best known as deviser and presenter of Radio 4’s long-running Quote…Unquote programme and for his many guest appearances on Channel 4?s Countdown. He is the author of more than thirty books, including three novels and the Guinness Book of Humorous Anecdotes and the Guinness Dicionary of Jokes
We do hope you can join us for this very special evening, which offers an excellent opportunity to invite guests from your client base and the local business community. We have Firm/Company tables for parties of up to 10 and Club tables for smaller groups/individuals.
Don’t miss the ‘Earlybird’ rates for bookings before 31 July. here http://icaew.org/ve/z00p9573L65PVze7/stype=dload/OID=3075315822940/VT=0
22 August 2007, Bearwood Lakes Golf Club, 1pm – 7pm.
Format for play is ‘pairs betterball’ for the TVSCA Shield. All members and guests are welcome.
Booking form http://www.icaew.com/index.cfm?route=147432
28 June 2007,Rye Hill Golf Club, Milcombe, 12.30pm – 2pm.
In conjunction with the Professionals Lunch Club Banbury, we are pleased to present the Q2 BCM results with guest speaker John Bartlett, agent for the Bank of England, West Midlands and Oxfordshire. To reserve a place please email Sue Pye.
Tuesday 15 May 2007 18:30 – 21:00
? 6.30pm ? 6.45pm AGM
? 7.00pm ? 7.30pm Practice Advisory Board followed by question and answer, Ian Morris
? 7.30pm ? 8.00pm Pathways, Fiona Hodgkin
? 8.00pm Refreshments and networking
Fiona Hodgkin – Professional Development Manager, LPD
Ian Morris – ICAEW immediate Past President
at the Oxford Centre, 333 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 7PL (map)
A CAB taster session 26 April 2007 at The Oxford Centre, Oxford (map)?
We all learn to negotiate when we are very young, and often that is the way we continue. As adults, however, we deserve to negotiate in a way that generates fair outcomes that we feel we deserve rather than being ?outsmarted? and coming off worst. This workshop will teach you the rudiments of:
? How to negotiate confidently through proper preparation
? The 6 essential ingredients to successful negotiation
? The 4 basic rules to understanding who you?re dealing with and to deal with them most effectively
? Maintaining grace under fire
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