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Join us in Henley's Courageous Leadership with Cindy Solomon on Friday, 4 October 2013 from 07h30

4 October 2013

Cindy Solomon is the President of Solomon & Associates Inc., published author of Creating a Culture of Courage – The New Leadership Challenge and The Rules of Woo. The Entrepreneurs Guide to Capturing the Hearts and Minds of Today's Customers; recognised keynote speaker and Executive Coach.

She has an amazing 96% rating by 3,600 business leaders many of them being Fortune 500 companies.

Many people think of courage as an attribute. Something that we're born with, or not. But Cindy Solomon's research clearly demonstrates that courage is actually a set of skills. Something you choose to develop in order to succeed in life and business. The more adept you become at wielding your courage skills, the more you can achieve.When courage becomes an imbedded cultural value within your organization a new sense of direction, teamwork, and commitment is born.

Factors that used to thwart your productivity, like uncertainty and change, are transformed into positive forces that drive you to achieve the impossible.

Cindy will help you understand and cultivate the skills necessary to make personal courage an active and driving force in your organization.

For more than two decades Cindy Solomon has worked with thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations to build bottom line results by creating profitable, long-term relationships with customers, leaders, and employees.

She is renowned for her witty, motivational, and fully customized delivery, which allows attendees to build their knowledge base, while building their enthusiasm for productive change, life-long learning, and exceptional customer service experiences.

Friday, 4 October 2013
Breakfast served 07h30 | Talk from 08h00 - 09h00
Henley Business School, Kirstenhof Office Park, Block A,Corner of Milcliff&Witkoppen Roads, Paulshof. GPS: S26° 02' 14", E26° 03' 26"
R295 (Henley Alumni/students) R 395 (Guests)

For further information, please contact: Caritas Uwizera, 011 808 0867,

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