Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Free Joint CIMA/ILM ‘Emerging Leaders’ event on 5th June at Cannock in the West Midlands – Guests Welcome

‘The danger zone for emerging leaders: avoid common costly mistakes’

This is a joint event between the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and the Institute of Leadership and Management for members, students and guests (i.e. all welcome).

Venue: Roman Way Hotel, Watling Street, Hatherton, Cannock WS11 1SH

Date: Wednesday 5th June 2013

Time: 6.30 for 7.00pm

No charge - Buffet served on arrival

Booking: Email Julie.witts@cimaglobal.com to book your free place

Event Details: -

Whether you are an emerging leader or someone seeking to attract and develop top talent for your organisation you need to know the classic pitfalls. Drawing from extensive research into why many 'high potentials' end up failing, Peter Milligan shows you the steps you can take to minimise the risks.

Benefits from the talk to individuals include: -

Successful career progression.

Increased confidence and effectiveness.

Achieving more with less stress.

Effectively handling corporate 'politics'.

Becoming great leaders.

Benefits to organisations include: -

Less wasted time and energy.

Improved staff morale and commitment.

Attracting, developing and retaining quality people.

Real teamwork.

Better customer service.

Speaker Details: -

Peter Milligan, Director of New Generation Leaders, brings expertise, energy and inspiration to people in the three areas of leadership, communication and career development.

A corporate psychologist with a background in selecting and developing business leaders and teams since 1992, Peter was among the first in Australia to develop executive coaching as a service for organisational leaders. Over the past two decades, his support and challenge has enabled hundreds of people in Australia and the UK to produce changes and results that would not have otherwise happened so quickly. Peter’s coaching is characterised by passion, empathy, humour, and plain speaking. As a professional speaker, his larger audiences benefit from these same qualities.