CGLaw Major Sponsor of Innovative Leadership Summit
Clifford Gouldson Lawyers recognises the importance of developing leadership skills within its own business and the contribution these skills can make to the success of any business.
That's why we are proud to be a major sponsor of the 2014 Innovative Leadership Summit here in Toowoomba.
In what has become a signature event on the Toowoomba business calendar, the Innovative Leadership Summit, on Tuesday 16 September 2014, is focusing on strategies and tactics to enhance personal and organisational performance. Be inspired, learn from performance experts, self made millionaires and community leaders.
Keynote speaker this year is Alisa Camplin (OAM).
As a contemporary business leader, Alisa Camplin has set strategy and directed transformation for an $800M IT service business including:
leading complex sales teams
restructuring service delivery divisions to improve customer service with greater profitability
managing large outsourcing clients
implementing systems and processes for greater accountability
increasing morale and reducing employee attrition through cultural change programs
delivering year on year double digit growth in flat or declining markets
As an Olympic aerial skiing gold-medallist, Alisa has never let anything prevent her from achieving her goals. Even two fractured ankles six weeks before the 2002 Winter Olympics didn't stop her.
From the sporting field to the boardroom, Alisa is renowned for drawing on fundamental business principles in order to succeed. A sought after company director, high performance consultant and executive coach, Alisa will generously share the tools and techniques she uses.
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