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Become a World Class Manager

Update 18/03/2020
Due to the current Covid-19 situation we have made the decision to postpone these workshops.  We will keep reviewing the situation and hope to reschedule for the Autumn.  Please register your interest by emailing and we can contact you once we’re in a position to do so.  If you are interested in the World Class Manager programme and would like to purchase a licence to complete the programme on-line, please visit

Delapré Abbey is delighted to partner with The Red Thread Partnership – a leadership and organisation development consultancy – to present World Class Manager, a unique personal development opportunity starting on Thursday 23rd April, for individuals looking to further their skills and careers.

Held in the inspiring setting of the historic Abbey, participants will acquire first-rate management skills through monthly workshops and networking opportunities.

Course trainer Freddie Guilmard, Founder and Director of the Red Thread Partnership, stated “We know that managerial competence directly impacts business performance – so running a programme which provides an excellent toolkit and allows for networking is a great solution for local businesses”.

Freddie Cox, Delapré Abbey’s Commercial Manager added “We are thrilled to team up with The Red Thread Partnership to offer this excellent professional development opportunity. The Abbey is the perfect environment in which to hold this elite programme, which aims to maximise the potential of the next generation of leaders”.

This CPD accredited programme is based on over 15 years of research from workplace experts and through working with thousands of leaders across the globe. Led by accredited coach, NLP Practitioner and Psychometric practitioner, Freddie Guilmard, each session will cover management best practice, encompassing the traits and behaviours of exceptional managers.

Limited spaces are available so register early to avoid disappointment.  The course dates will be announced in due course. Tickets costs £249.99.