Strategic business leadership

Strategic business leadership

 “Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”

Ralph Waldo Emmerson

 

Of course there is much we can learn from following the paths that others have trod but true leadership demands that we create our own. It takes courage to cut through the jungle of the unknown. It can also be a whole lot of fun!

 

Next month Conference Speakers International will be hosting a leadership conference designed to help you create your own path. If you’re in the Johannesburg area check it out. In addition to a great line up of speakers, Conference Speakers International will be giving each delegate a copy of my new audio book: ‘How to a get people to want to do what you want done, (in work and in love)’ Details below.

 

Unleash Your Potential!

 

Justin

Strategic Business Leadership

 

Date:     12 October 2006, Thursday

Time:     08h30 – 16h30

Venue:   Monte Casino Conference Centre

 

Featuring …

 

JP Landman – “Political and Financial Trends Shaping SA”

Dr David Molapo – “Leadership”

Dr Kobus Neethling – “Creativity”

Quinton Coetzee – Leadership “Back to Basics”

Discover more on these great leaders here.

 

Rate: R 1 290 per person (excluding Vat)

 

Group Booking – 10% Discount

Book 5 or more delegates together and pay only R 1 161 per person (ex Vat)

 

Rates include: Teas & Coffees, Finger Fork Buffet Luncheon, Parking, A copy of Dr Kobus Neethling’s book ‘Am I Clever or Am I Stupid’, Justin Cohen’s latest book on CD, the opportunity to win one of the sponsored prizes.

 

Sponsored Prizes include: A balloon safari for 2 from Bill Harrop’s “Original” Balloon Safaris, A book hamper from Conference speakers International, Costume Jewellery from RKL Designs.

 

Email: info@justinpresents.com with your telephone number and someone from Conference Speakers International will call you.

 

Linking People for Dynamic Success

 

JP Landman is a self-employed political analyst. He consults to South Africa’s largest private wealth business, BoE private clients and works with several South African corporates on future scenario trends.  He regularly addresses business and financial audiences on current and future trends in South Africa.  For more information on this speaker visit

 

Dr David Molapo is a foremost Management Consultant, Educationalist and renowned Motivational Speaker. Using a fine combination of humour, an incredible stage presence and his personal life experiences, David has a unique ability to mesmerize any audience with his message of hope.  For more information on this speaker visit

 

Dr Kobus Neethling When one starts talking about the human brain, thinking closure often occurs. It is as if ‘braintalk’ is only for a few special people. Nothing could be further from the truth. Understanding your own brain preferences and those of others opens up doors you have never before thought possible. Creativity begins when you are able to explore all the possibilities of your own brain dominances and then go beyond those boundaries into other brain worlds to find new and different solutions.

 

Quinton Coetzee’s message has universal appeal and he has addressed audiences worldwide.  His talk assists people

tap into their natural potential to improve their business skills and performance and to gain a better understanding of themselves and others.

 

Programme

 

08h30 – Registration on arrival. Tea, coffee & muffins

09h00 – Welcome by MC, Duane Rockwell

09h15 – JP Landman – “Political and Financial Trends Shaping SA”

10h15 – Tea, coffee and biscuits

10h30 – Dr David Molapo – “Leadership”

11h45 – Stand up Buffet Luncheon

13h15 – Dr Kobus Neethling – “Creativity”

14h30 – Tea, coffee and biscuits

14h45 – Quinton Coetzee – “Back to Basics”

16h15 – Lucky Draw for sponsored prizes

 

For more information or to book

 

Email: info@justinpresents.com with your telephone number and someone from Conference Speakers International will call you.

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