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Meet Eloise Idoine, a pro­fes­sion­al Linkedin Train­er and Own­er of Rial­to Training

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Eloise Idoine, a pro­fes­sion­al LinkedIn train­er based in Not­ting­ham and own­er of Rial­to Train­ing, has recent­ly com­plet­ed the Coach­ing and Men­tor­ing in the Work­place course through the Smart and Inclu­sive Lead­er­ship (SAIL) Project.

She is also work­ing with Not­ting­ham College’s Employ­er Work­force Devel­op­ment Lead under the GRADS for D2N2 Project to devel­op her business.

With 12 years of expe­ri­ence in senior sales and mar­ket­ing roles, Eloise is pas­sion­ate about con­nect­ing busi­ness­es with their prospec­tive clients and show­ing com­pa­nies how to build strong, mean­ing­ful relationships. 

Using LinkedIn, Eloise teach­es com­pa­nies how to avoid pay­ing for expen­sive adver­tis­ing, pre­mi­um sub­scrip­tions, and 3rd par­ty automa­tion tools, by mak­ing the most of the free net­work­ing resources avail­able to them.

Whilst Eloise already had expe­ri­ence in Coach­ing and Men­tor­ing, she had no for­mal train­ing and she said this course con­sol­i­dat­ed, broad­ened, and devel­oped her knowl­edge and skillset.

I found it real­ly valu­able to learn about the dif­fer­ent tech­niques of coach­ing and men­tor­ing, as well as the the­o­ry behind the practices. 

 — Eloise Idoine

Despite the course being deliv­ered online, she also enjoyed net­work­ing with the oth­er par­tic­i­pants on the course.

The course was deliv­ered online, but we were able to chat and net­work with­in break out’ groups. I enjoyed lis­ten­ing to oth­er people’s opin­ions and learn­ing from their experiences. 

 — Eloise Idoine

Eloise found she was able to imme­di­ate­ly imple­ment the skills she had devel­oped dur­ing the course.

Just yes­ter­day, I deliv­ered a work­shop for a char­i­ty and was able to imple­ment the push-pull method that we were taught dur­ing the course with­in my work­shop to ensure that all par­tic­i­pants were engaged. 

 — Eloise Idoine

She is cur­rent­ly work­ing with Not­ting­ham Col­lege as a par­tic­i­pant of their GRADS for D2N2 Project which pro­vides small and medi­um-sized enter­pris­es (SMEs) across Not­ting­hamshire and Der­byshire a com­plete pack­age of free and sub­sidised sup­port to help you ben­e­fit from grad­u­ate tal­ent in the region.

Eloise is also look­ing to enrol onto our upcom­ing face-to-face deliv­ery of Intro­duc­tion to Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing through the Pri­or­i­ty Skills for D2N2 SMEs project.

I have found all of my inter­ac­tions with Not­ting­ham Col­lege to be well-struc­tured, pro­fes­sion­al and pos­i­tive and I would love to con­tin­ue with my involve­ment in Not­ting­ham Col­lege to learn more and per­haps get involved in help­ing the students. 

 — Eloise Idoine