North West Business Breakfast: What are the most important factors to reduce stress, increase wellbeing and enable us to survive and thrive in the world of today?

Join us at the next Alliance Manchester Business School North West Business Breakfast with Guest Speaker: Hansa Pankhania – Corporate Consultant, Trainer, Executive Coach @ AUM Consultancy – UK

Friday 4th December 2020
9:30am – 11:00am (UK)
Via Zoom: Login details given when registered for this event

None of our acquisitions are going to make us immune to any kind of crisis. It makes sense therefore, to use the time now to strengthen our resilience which is what will pull us through.

Hansa will take questions from the audience and offer simple practical steps to help to reduce stress and increase wellbeing at a time when many people are feeling vulnerable and uncertain. In addition, she will offer guidance and free resources on how to feel more in control when faced with a crisis that will enable positive outcomes.

Please send your questions in advance of the session to Hansa via her email –

About speaker: Hansa is immensely proud of her job as an Author, Stress Counsellor/Coach and Speaker and cherishes the opportunity to support the world in managing the stress and anxiety that is prevalent in society today.

She is an expert in managerial and workplace wellbeing and resilience. She has published 5 books on this topic and offered coaching and consultancy to over 250 companies, countless managers and employees, helping them to maximise potential and profits.

She and her team of associates offer online one-to-one and/or group sessions.

For more information on our speaker you can connect with her via LinkedIn – Hansa Pankhania

If you have any questions relating to this event please email

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