By Lisa Barp
23 Oct 2019
Leadership is a topic of much discussion and debate. It is the golden circle of business success and getting it right is one of the greatest challenges in modern business practice, yet we hear so frequently that leadership in business, including the banking and finance sector, has still some way to go in terms of achieving trust and inspiring cooperation to create positive change, and unearthing the answer to the question of what is the perfect balance of customer, shareholder and employee that will drive business growth.
If business leaders are expected to govern their organisations to instil best practice, it is essential that they are exposed to knowledge learning and sharing opportunities to discuss innovations in strategy, leadership, talent hiring, diversity, decision making, performance and change management.
With this idea firmly at the forefront of our thoughts, we are delighted to announce our partnership with the World Business Forum 2020, taking place in Sydney on 27-28 May 2020. We are pleased to discover that WiBF and World Business Forum share the belief that positive and lasting change is driven by knowledge sharing, inspiration, innovation and action.
The World Business Forum is a two-day event that focuses on the issues most relevant to doing business in today’s world, stimulating new thinking and motivating action. It’s an opportunity for senior level decision makers from across all industries to learn from and be inspired by some of the world’s most influential CEOs, entrepreneurs, innovators, thought leaders and creative minds.
The line-up of speakers at the Sydney event is impressive and includes:
Through our partnership, we are able to offer corporate members discounted ticket pricing to attend this two-day immersive experience of brilliant minds focussing their collective effort on inspiring business leaders into action to change for better the landscape of current and future business.
For more information, and to book your ticket, click here.
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