|Title||Driving & Adapting to Change - Conveyancing CPD|
|Date||Wednesday 28th October 2015 - (9.30am - 3.00pm)|
|Venue||Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford|
|Price||Free (including lunch)|
We're taking our national conveyancing conference on the road!
Driving & Adapting to Change focuses on the small changes conveyancers can make that can have a big effect on their businesses. Featuring a range of expert guest speakers, each event is split into two sessions with the first focusing on how conveyancers can stay responsive to changes in legislation and manage risk in a property transaction - as well as dealing with the ever-more demanding consumer.
The second session takes a look at how conveyancers can take a more proactive approach to change by embracing new ideas and technology to get ahead of the competition. This session will include talks on reputation management, new business conversion, and attracting and retaining the best talent.
Each session will be followed by interactive roundtables with your peers to help gain a better understanding of the issues and exchange views and experiences.
"I thought the length of the sessions and structure of the day was excellent and kept you engaged."
This conveyancing CPD session will be held at Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford - a 4 star hotel within easy reach of Bradford and Leeds. Find out more about the venue below:
How to get there:
The hotel has its own motorway, the M606, which brings guests right to our doorstep from J26 on the M62, and it is less than 20 minutes from the centre of Leeds.
Upon arrival you should find ample car parking space available.
Hotel contact telephone: (01274) 406 606
Conveyancers, solicitors and decision makers at firms in the legal sector that are interested in business development, marketing/selling their firms more effectively and managing risk in a property transaction.
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Victor is a leadership consultant at Winzest Consulting which supports business leaders to build better organisations so that they can consistently and profitably treat their customers fairly. Prior to this role, he was Chief Executive of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) for five years. Victor also holds non-executive positions in a number of organisations including The Property Ombudsman (TPO).
Chris is a solicitor and is considered to be a leading commentator and consultant in the business of conveyancing. He has advised conveyancing firms and many nonlawyer entrants into this market. He runs Today’s Conveyancer which is a respected conveyancing news website and he developed Lawyer Checker, the first vendor account verification service to help conveyancers avoid fraud.
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