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Equip – Leadership Seminar

The Myer Briggs Company empower individuals to be their best by cultivating and enriching self-awareness and an understanding of others. Through their programs, they help organisations and individuals to foster diversity and improve their teamwork, collaboration, and leadership skills. This month the Myer Briggs Company are holding a series of complimentary workshops, providing invaluable insights into common challenges faced by organisations and businesses. What perfect timing! During the seminars, MBC will present audiences with solutions to help individuals, teams, and organisations achieve their potential.

The Leadership conferences in Sydney will take place on Albion St on Wednesday the 8th of May. Although registration has closed, we have a couple of seats up our sleeve for both the morning (9-11am) and afternoon (2-4pm) sessions and would love to offer them to the first few clients to RSVP! Join Cameron Nott, psychologist and Managing Director of the Myer Briggs Company to explore the importance of leadership agility, award-winning case studies and the six common organisational barriers to developing leaders.

If you’re not able to get yourself to the seminars this Wednesday, never fear! The Myer Briggs Company will be holding more sessions on the psychology of leadership towards the second half of the year. Make sure you keep an eye out on their website for the event!

What: Secure a seat at a complimentary leadership seminar thanks to the Myer Briggs Company
How: RSVP to [email protected] or here

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