The chance to meet a movie star or rock ‘n roll celebrity is never a certain, or particularly good, thing. High-maintenance divas fail to make appearances and when they actually show up they’re surrounded by hoards of screaming, wailing, often crying fans. At the end of the day, what do you get out of that experience other than earache and possibly an unintelligible autograph scribbled on a ketchup stained napkin? With today’s Groupon you can experience hearing a real celebrity talk without crowds of screaming fans. Meet Robin Sharma, author of eleven best-selling books, and hear him share his unique vision and insights about being a “Leader Without a Title” at the CTICC on the 26th of July. Tickets limited to the following: 100 @ R299, 200 @ R569, 200 @ R797.
From 9:00 till 12:00, one of the world’s most influential business authors will share his insights on what leading businesses and organisations do to achieve the results that have made them bigger powerhouses than a pro-wrestler. Metaphorically rub shoulders with rockstars and royalty, and other big names in the world of business that have benefited from wise words of the man who’s changed the corporate world with his revolutionary ideas. Ground-breaking business concepts and cutting-edge ideas on how to wow customers and build lasting relationships in your commercial life are just a few of the remarkable notions the dynamo of corporate dealing will impart.
The three hour conference is aimed at every spectrum of the
corporate scale; designed to show everyone how to take on bigger challenges,
make better decisions and solve more problems. Essentially, Robin Sharma has
the insights that will make you better, faster, stronger – in your business
life, at least. Sharing his insight on how to be a leader and giving you the
seven tools on how to lead your team to lasting excellence, the “Leader Without
a Title” conference is for anyone who needs to find the perfect work/life
balance and achieve a greatness to rival Alexander’s in the corporate world.
Conference Fact: The most influential conference in the business world is widely accepted to have been the 1978 ‘Simplicity Wins’ talk. Held in a local mattress factory in a small town in Germany, topics of discussion included the benefits of jam on toast and how to successfully knot a tie.