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Why Mondays may make a good training day


We know which day of the week to run training courses is often a topic for discussion and, historically, we’ve found that the beginning and end of the working week tend to be avoided.

However, we noticed in some recent feedback that starting the week with our one-day Developing Personal Resilience course may actually make Monday a very good training day.  We thought we’d share our findings:


Monday Feedback Quotes from delegates


“Extremely helpful in both work and personal life – I feel more relaxed than when I arrived this morning”
“A very pleasant way to start the week”


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