Will Kintish

Will Kintish

Works at:

e-Kintish

Location in:

Network House Scholes Lane Prestwich Manchester M25 0PD, Manchester, United Kingdom

Will Kintish

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Works at:
e-Kintish
Location in:
Network House Scholes Lane Prestwich Manchester M25 0PD, Manchester, United Kingdom

Bio

Dear LinkedIn colleague

It’s my birthday today.
You may think “ That’s a coincidence, reading Will’s profile on his special day”
But wait …it’s my birthday every day! Why?
Because I just love what I do; I think I am one of the luckiest people around. I am successful because I do what I want, with whom I want, when I want.
Confucius said many years ago ‘Give someone a job they love and they will never have to work a day in their life’. That’s me.
The tangible rewards of the job are fine but if I was a multi-millionaire I would do what I do for nothing. I aim to be a kind and giving person. Do I always achieve this? Only those I am in contact with can tell you this.
I want my clients to become more self-confident and effective when they attend business events. I can only share my experience, knowledge and expertise and hope this results in people achieving their desired goals for their careers or business goals.

When you and I feel confident it means we can do anything we want.
The key groups I help are in the professional, financial and academic communities. I show you simple step-by-steps how to work a room, follow up potential opportunities and get the best from LinkedIn.

WHAT ARE MY VALUES?
Integrity, client service, respect for others, diversity, enjoyment/fun, loyalty, honesty, promoting teamwork, life-long learning, generosity, persistency, optimism, dependability,
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RECOMMENDATIONS
There appears to be a cynicism about these. I am proud to say I have never asked anyone to give me a recommendation.
They were just offered!

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SPECIALITIES
How to network with confidence
Business networking
Business networking trainer
Business networking training
Business networking speaker
How to work a room
Business networking skills
How to follow up with confidence
How to feel confident at work
How to use LinkedIn
LinkedIn Training
LinkedIn Trainer

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Work

2000 – present

Business Networking Skills Presenter

Kintish
  • I show you how to become a more effective business networker. In 2 years I have also become a LinkedIn trainer and there is an ever-growing demand for our LinkedIn training.
  • If you are in the advice-giving business and believe business development is part of your job, we can help.
  • I and my team show you how to become effective and confident networkers.
  • We work primarily with accountants, lawyers, barristers, property professionals ( e.g. surveyors and architects) but also with universities and other not-for -profit organisations.
  • The world of business is getting tougher.
  • None of us can just wait for those referrals and introductions any more, we need to become more proactive. We need to be out there raising our profile, networking at lots of events and meeting the right people with whom we can build solid business relationships.
  • We show you a system of business networking skills with which you will feel comfortable resulting in you gaining more opportunities in the longer run.
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
2000 – present

Business Networking Presenter

Kintish
  • My team and I show you how to attract new business and build stronger relationships by helping you feel comfortable and confident working a room and making the follow up call afterwards.
  • We work people in the professional, financial, academic and 3rd sector worlds who have to network as an integral part of their career. As a rule It does not come naturally to them; we show you and them how easy it can be.
  • The popular belief is you’re either a natural born networker - it can’t be taught.
  • We dispute this as we use the
  • THE KINTISH NETWORKING SYSTEM ™ to guarantee success
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
2012 – present

How to become a more effective and confident networker via e-learning

e-Kintish
  • When you view here.....
  • http://www.kintish.co.uk/store/e-learning/
  • ..... you see the details and a short video introduction. With training budgets often being squeezed, I'm sure you agree it is imperative you get as much value as possible from your budget. This e-learning may be the answer.
  • The 4 parts of this course are
  • 1. The Secrets of Great Networkers
  • 2. How to work a room with confidence
  • 3. How to spot opportunities when networking
  • 4. How to follow up after the event
  • Each part stands alone or buy all 4 to learn the process from when you receive an invitation through to arranging a meeting with a prospect
2009 – present

UK LinkedIn Trainer

Kintish LinkedIn Training
  • For 8 years now I have shown people how to become more effective networkers.
  • And then I found LinkedIn.
  • When it is used in combination with face-to face networking it can really help gain new business..
  • Linkedin is for your business if you want
  • • to act and not react in this new business climate.
  • • to approach warm leads and avoid cold-calling.
  • • more business opportunities at virtually no cost.
  • • to raise your own and your business’s profile
  • • relevant colleagues to become comfortable pro-active business developers.
  • • satisfied clients to introduce you to their contacts in an organised and carefully targeted manner.
  • • colleagues to create more cross-selling opportunities.
  • • to be part of a big global club!
  • • to be involved in modern up-to-date business development techniques.
  • With my team I run public, web-based and in house seminars covering basic, intermediate and advanced topics. At whatever level you're at I know our LinkedIn training will make you even more effective.
  • NOW is the time to be doing something different in your business development.
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
1972 – 2000

Senior Partner

Gruber Levinson Franks
  • I joined as a qualified accountant in 1972. I believe I was major factor in the growth of fees and offices over the next few years. In 1989 I was appointed the company's first managing partner and in 1995 became senior partner.
  • 28 years in accountancy ...what a sentence! You only get 15 for murder!
1999 – 2000
(Apr – May)

Partner

Baker Tilly
  • I became a partner at Baker Tilly Manchester UK after Gruber Levinson Franks 'merged' with Baker Tilly.
  • I didn't spend too long doing the numbers but I was an active business networker which led me out of accounting into what I do now.
  • 13 months later I had an opportunity to set up my own company showing professionals how to become more effective networkers.
  • I took that opportunity and have never looked back!
1998 – 2000

Part time Trainer

Dale Carnegie Training
  • A man and his messages shaped my life - the late great Dale Carnegie. I was a delegate on the management course in 1978 and in 1998 became a team leader and part time trainer for them. I learnt all about the right way to deal with people and the great book, "How to win friends and influence people" was the basis of my original networking skills training courses.
  • Networking = building relationships = How to win friends and influence people...just to square the circle!
1971 – 1972
(Jan – Jan)

Qualified Accountant

Ernst & Young
  • Qualified with this firm which was then called Arthur Young Mcclelland Moores. I spent just over 1 year and learnt to audit with them. When I found out how to do it I decided to move on!
1964 – 1970

Trainee Accountant

Wilson Martin Clarke
  • I did my articles under the stewardship of Mr Arnold Clarke (Deceased). He gave me the most fantastic opportunities to learn and grow into an all-round general practitoner accountant.
1960 – 1964

Back room slave!

Letty Kremner Petshop
  • I worked in my Aunt Letty and Uncle Jack's shop weighing out bird seed and rabbit pellets and serving on Saturday afternoons. Ever handled a snake or counted goldfish in your hands?
  • Yuk!!!!
  • Oh and I also engraved dog disks after 'work' for 6d per disk. Slave labour wasn't in it!

Work

2000 – present

Business Networking Skills Presenter

Kintish
  • I show you how to become a more effective business networker. In 2 years I have also become a LinkedIn trainer and there is an ever-growing demand for our LinkedIn training.
  • If you are in the advice-giving business and believe business development is part of your job, we can help.
  • I and my team show you how to become effective and confident networkers.
  • We work primarily with accountants, lawyers, barristers, property professionals ( e.g. surveyors and architects) but also with universities and other not-for -profit organisations.
  • The world of business is getting tougher.
  • None of us can just wait for those referrals and introductions any more, we need to become more proactive. We need to be out there raising our profile, networking at lots of events and meeting the right people with whom we can build solid business relationships.
  • We show you a system of business networking skills with which you will feel comfortable resulting in you gaining more opportunities in the longer run.
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
2000 – present

Business Networking Presenter

Kintish
  • My team and I show you how to attract new business and build stronger relationships by helping you feel comfortable and confident working a room and making the follow up call afterwards.
  • We work people in the professional, financial, academic and 3rd sector worlds who have to network as an integral part of their career. As a rule It does not come naturally to them; we show you and them how easy it can be.
  • The popular belief is you’re either a natural born networker - it can’t be taught.
  • We dispute this as we use the
  • THE KINTISH NETWORKING SYSTEM ™ to guarantee success
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
2012 – present

How to become a more effective and confident networker via e-learning

e-Kintish
  • When you view here.....
  • http://www.kintish.co.uk/store/e-learning/
  • ..... you see the details and a short video introduction. With training budgets often being squeezed, I'm sure you agree it is imperative you get as much value as possible from your budget. This e-learning may be the answer.
  • The 4 parts of this course are
  • 1. The Secrets of Great Networkers
  • 2. How to work a room with confidence
  • 3. How to spot opportunities when networking
  • 4. How to follow up after the event
  • Each part stands alone or buy all 4 to learn the process from when you receive an invitation through to arranging a meeting with a prospect
2009 – present

UK LinkedIn Trainer

Kintish LinkedIn Training
  • For 8 years now I have shown people how to become more effective networkers.
  • And then I found LinkedIn.
  • When it is used in combination with face-to face networking it can really help gain new business..
  • Linkedin is for your business if you want
  • • to act and not react in this new business climate.
  • • to approach warm leads and avoid cold-calling.
  • • more business opportunities at virtually no cost.
  • • to raise your own and your business’s profile
  • • relevant colleagues to become comfortable pro-active business developers.
  • • satisfied clients to introduce you to their contacts in an organised and carefully targeted manner.
  • • colleagues to create more cross-selling opportunities.
  • • to be part of a big global club!
  • • to be involved in modern up-to-date business development techniques.
  • With my team I run public, web-based and in house seminars covering basic, intermediate and advanced topics. At whatever level you're at I know our LinkedIn training will make you even more effective.
  • NOW is the time to be doing something different in your business development.
  • I am available globally either 'live' or through web-based training
1972 – 2000

Senior Partner

Gruber Levinson Franks
  • I joined as a qualified accountant in 1972. I believe I was major factor in the growth of fees and offices over the next few years. In 1989 I was appointed the company's first managing partner and in 1995 became senior partner.
  • 28 years in accountancy ...what a sentence! You only get 15 for murder!
1999 – 2000
(Apr – May)

Partner

Baker Tilly
  • I became a partner at Baker Tilly Manchester UK after Gruber Levinson Franks 'merged' with Baker Tilly.
  • I didn't spend too long doing the numbers but I was an active business networker which led me out of accounting into what I do now.
  • 13 months later I had an opportunity to set up my own company showing professionals how to become more effective networkers.
  • I took that opportunity and have never looked back!
1998 – 2000

Part time Trainer

Dale Carnegie Training
  • A man and his messages shaped my life - the late great Dale Carnegie. I was a delegate on the management course in 1978 and in 1998 became a team leader and part time trainer for them. I learnt all about the right way to deal with people and the great book, "How to win friends and influence people" was the basis of my original networking skills training courses.
  • Networking = building relationships = How to win friends and influence people...just to square the circle!
1971 – 1972
(Jan – Jan)

Qualified Accountant

Ernst & Young
  • Qualified with this firm which was then called Arthur Young Mcclelland Moores. I spent just over 1 year and learnt to audit with them. When I found out how to do it I decided to move on!
1964 – 1970

Trainee Accountant

Wilson Martin Clarke
  • I did my articles under the stewardship of Mr Arnold Clarke (Deceased). He gave me the most fantastic opportunities to learn and grow into an all-round general practitoner accountant.
1960 – 1964

Back room slave!

Letty Kremner Petshop
  • I worked in my Aunt Letty and Uncle Jack's shop weighing out bird seed and rabbit pellets and serving on Saturday afternoons. Ever handled a snake or counted goldfish in your hands?
  • Yuk!!!!
  • Oh and I also engraved dog disks after 'work' for 6d per disk. Slave labour wasn't in it!

Education

1959 – 1964

Bury Grammar School

Got just 6 GCE's (Now GCSE's)

Additional Info

Website
www.kintish.co.uk