Peer Networks

Leadership and Business Development Opportunities

Peer Networks is a brand-new, fully-funded national peer-to-peer networking programme for leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation for future success.

At SkillsReach, we are delighted to offer tailored Peer Network programmes for the Voluntary Sector, and for Rural businesses, in Greater Lincolnshire.

We develop diverse cohort groups of individuals to collaboratively work through common business issues. Through interactive action learning, we enable you to discuss your own challenges, gain and reflect on valuable feedback and implement practical solutions to overcome them.

Overcome business challenges and act on opportunities

Build a trusted network of connections

Improve your long-term personal and business performance

Our Peer Networks include:

Six virtual learning sessions

Delivered in a practical, engaging, action learning style on topics identified by the participants.

This could include: mitigating covid impact, new business development approaches, virtual team leadership, identifying new tech applications, virtual recruitment and selection and self-leadership.

Tailored one-to-one support 

Provided by a coach, mentor or specialist of your choice to work with you towards your identified personal or business goals.

Do you:

Operate either as a rural business: or a charity, social enterprise, CIC?

Employ two or more people?

Turnover at least £100,000 per annum with a minimum one-year trading history?

Sign up

This will be a powerful, friendly, positive development opportunity – no assignments or assessments! – just ‘action’ and improvement.

If you meet the criteria, have an aspiration to improve and think that either yourself or a leadership colleague would benefit, please enquire for further information, or to reserve your place. Places are limited!

Get in touch

If you want to ask a question or simply want to get in touch with us about a query, please feel free to contact us on 07721 499494 or use the contact form below.