MaST Business Forum - What is your 'corporate buzz'? Why reputation matters to you and your team


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Each year MaST host several free Business Forums which provide an opportunity for HR, managers and business leaders from all parts of the business, to join us.

During the Forums you will be encouraged to:


  • Current issues with your peers in other companies
  • Leading edge thinking 

  • How other organisations deal with issues and resolve similar challenges
  • New ideas, hot topics and best practices in other organisations
  • Networking opportunities with peers in both similar and different sectors to your own

  • The challenges you are facing, both individually and as an organisation with professional consultants
  • Ways to achieve your business objectives through L&D, and maximising the performance of your people

Contact If you would like to register your interest for any of our Forums, please contact Tracy Gilbey on +44 (0)1628 784062 or by email

MaST Business Forum - What is your 'corporate buzz'? Why reputation matters to you and your team

Tuesday, 13 June, 2017

Novotel Tower Bridge, London


To be successful in today’s complex business environment we need to be able to influence through both formal and informal routes.  How influential we are depends upon our reputation, or ‘corporate buzz’ with our stakeholders, internally and externally to our organisation.


At this MaST Forum we will be exploring how we are perceived by how we, and our team, show up.  We will look at avoiding the cultural and functional pitfalls that hold us back from achieving our potential.


We will share how we can help ourselves, our teams and those we work with to improve both visibility and credibility to be involved in shaping strategy and key decisions rather than merely being expected to implement later on.  These strategies can also help your leaders to understand that their positive ‘corporate buzz’ will galvanise the organisation and inspire everyone in it to achieve their full potential.


This Forum will provide space and time to discuss and develop new approaches in an interactive and challenging environment.


You will benefit from different thinking, challenging discussion and meeting people in both similar and different fields.


Registration from 8.30am          Forum session 9.00am - 11.30am



To confirm your place and/or bring along a colleague, please email Tracy Gilbey at


We offer our Forums to you free of charge and places are limited.