Innovative Leadership Summit - Registration Offer
This year Clifford Gouldson Lawyers are proud sponsors of the Innovative Leadership Summit, held at the Empire Theatre on Tuesday 16th September and we’ve organised a special registration discount for our clients.
Keynote speaker this year is Alisa Camplin (OAM). 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.
As a sponsor, we’re able to offer our valued clients a special discount of 20% off the registration price. For more information read the attached flyer or visit: www.innovativeleadershipsummit.com
The 2014 Innovative Leadership Summit is focusing on strategies and tactics to enhance personal, team and organisational performance. Be inspired, learn from performance experts, self-made millionaires and community leaders. Engage with practical hands-on workshops including…
- Lean strategic thinking and practice
- Creating a personal productivity surge
- Analysing workflows for maximum efficiency
- Setting your team up for success
- Technology & innovation
- Creating the right key performance indicators
- Avoiding ‘weasel’ goals and planning traps
- Harnessing the strength of organisational culture
If you choose to register, your special discount code is ILS-2014S. To register you’ll need to go to the webpage www.innovativeleadershipsummit.com We hope to see you at this great event.
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