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SLIM proudly presents the coach of Steve Jobs, John Mattone in Sri Lanka for an exclusive intelligent leadership workshop on 12 and 13 June. 

The two-day workshop consisting of ‘The Knowledge Forum’ and ‘CEO’s Breakfast Edition’ will be held at the Shangri-La and the Cinnamon Grand Hotels respectively.

Turning another chapter to mark a milestone in the history of SLIM after the success of ‘Ron Kaufman Live in Sri Lanka’ in 2017, the national body for marketing in Sri Lanka once again ventures on yet another international leadership event to host John Mattone in Sri Lanka. 

The world’s leading authority and best-selling author, Mattone is scheduled to feature two forums, namely ‘The Knowledge Forum’, on 12 June at Shangri-la Hotel focusing on “Intelligent leadership: Elevating the status-quo” for anyone who wants to be a true leader irrespective of the profession that they are in, and the ‘CEO’s Forum’, on 13 June at the Cinnamon Grand focusing on “Transforming Culture; A strategic imperative for future” for corporate spearheads, who are decision makers in organisations.

SLIM President Pradeep Edward said: “The culture of an organisation is decided and nurtured mainly by leadership. You play an important role in ensuring that development priorities and plans will further the growth and improvement of your organisation. Therefore, do not miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn and to be coached by the best of the best, John Mattone, coach of Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple Inc., and uncover the secrets to penetrate through a leadership driven marketing culture.”

Thushara Perera, the advisor to the project added, “Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing is honoured to present ‘John Mattone in Sri Lanka’, which will be another hallmark event by SLIM to the Sri Lankan marketing, management and business fraternities.  This workshop with John Mattone will be a cutting edge session which will reinforce and provide you with the knowledge to penetrate the highly competitive marketing industry. Also as a value addition to registered participants, SLIM provides an opportunity to have 30 days free coaching by John Mattone.”

A best-selling author, the world’s #1 authority on Intelligent Leadership and one of the world’s most in-demand CEO coaches and leadership speakers, John Mattone was named one of the eight finalists for the prestigious 2017 Thinkers50 Leadership Award recognising the world’s top leadership authority and thinker. In 2013, Mattone was awarded the coveted Master Corporate Executive Coach (MCEC) certification from the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches and honoured with the prestigious International Executive Coach Thought Leader of Distinction Award in 2015. 

He also received an honorary lifetime MCEC, becoming one of only four global executive coaches to hold this certification currently. Mattone has a B.S. Degree in Management and Organisational Behaviour from Babson College and a M.S. Degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology from UCF and serves on the executive MBA faculty at FAU.

For more details call Mihirinie 0703 701 166 or Prageeth 0703 069 031 or log on to www.slim.lk/john-mattone-live-in-sri-lanka/.

 


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