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To strive in the corporate world the entity must be the best in its game. Progression towards being the better business requires effectiveness in all areas. Improvement, growth, development, advancement, no matter how you choose to define it, the effective entity must always be open to change through a positive mindset: establishing the power of ‘yes’
How do we feel about change? And how do our people respond to change? Tim Wade a psychologist with over 17 years experience in corporate leadership and consultation will elucidate the power of these questions. The corporate world needs both change and stability. The two requirements conflict with each other because they are at opposite ends of an emotional continuum. And to be the best your entity must strike a balance.
Each year the CIMA Business Summit attempts to introduce the latest tools and skills which will assist companies to survive in the ever changing and challenging global economy and this year the summit which will focus on the form, flexibility and force of power is no exception. In the midst of the debt crisis that has struck the European World and the conflicts that have engulfed the crude market, positive change can do wonders. By coaching his audience on the areas of motivation, psychology and performance, Tim Wade helps business teams increase positive results in business growth, change management and productivity leadership.
Athletes know what their goal is. Like wise they know the direction they need to move, how to prepare, how to begin, how to end and how to alter their execution plan during the race. Such is the practice of an entity. Just like an athlete the business troupe must persist through physical and emotional pain by taking positive actions and keeping fixed on its goal.
Companies such as Microsoft, Procter and Gamble, HSBC, Axis Bank, Dr. Reddy’s, Unilever and Credit Suisse have gained much through Tim’s dynamic presentations. The International Speaker has made a lasting impression from Dubai to Tokyo and from Beijing to Bangalore and he promises to wow his audience here in Sri Lanka with his invaluable insight on change.
Do you believe you can achieve your target and take daily action to ensure that you have the best chance of winning? If you want to experience the ‘Power of Yes’, you will need to be at the Cinnamon Grand on 11 and 12 June being ready for a truly blockbuster experience. For registration please contact Indika on 2503880 ext 220.
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