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|Maintaining a Top-class Team — Getting Top Staff to Come to You (28 Feb 2013)|
|Monday, 25 February 2013 02:51pm|
28 Feb 2013 (Thursday) | 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Room 1, 3rd Floor, Bar Council
15 Leboh Pasar Besar, 50050 Kuala Lumpur
Registration fee | RM100
Event code: 28022013/BC/BC1092/3
This event carries three CPD points
Practices thrive only when they can keep their best people.
Hiring and developing team members can be a costly process, especially when they do not remain in the practice long enough to make a significant contribution.
Workshop 4: Maintaining a Top-class Team — Getting Top Staff to Come to You
If you answered “yes”, then this session is for you.
A good team will always beat a group of talented individuals, but you can’t just buy a winning team “of the shelf” — look at the amounts of money sporting organisations have spent, without success.
This workshop will cover:
(1) The fundamental keys to running a winning team, and not just a team that operates from day to day;
(2) The practical difference between leading and managing, and what is necessary for winning in practice;
(3) What the practice must deliver to its team members on a daily basis to keep them engaged and contributing; and
(4) The habits and rhythms that drive success.
Sign up for another lively, interactive session conducted by Ian Homer, with real-life scenarios, practical examples, and action tools to implement.
Registration will begin at 1:30 pm.
About Ian Homer
Ian has lived in Malaysia for 15 years, having worked previously with companies in the UK and Hong Kong, including the likes of Bloomberg, Lloyd’s of London and Thomson Financial. As well as having managed sales teams, customer services and support departments and technical operations, Ian is the only overseas business coach practising with ActionCOACH in Malaysia. As such, he brings many keen insights into the Malaysian business landscape. He has coached businesses, including those in property development, retail, training services, legal services, software development, corporate services, accounting, on-line sales, wholesaling, food and beverage, and many more. He is able to distil complex concepts and processes into simple, practical, step-by-step actions that generate momentum and awesome results!
Workshop to follow (date is tentative)
Workshop 5 (28 Mar 2013)
The Rhythm of Success — Mastering the Habit of Growth
Points for the Continuing Professional Development (“CPD”) Scheme will not be awarded to Members of the Bar who arrive more than 15 minutes late, are not present throughout the event, or leave before its scheduled end.
Please direct all correspondence (including completed registration forms and proof of payment) and enquiries to:
Vanimalar Moneyselvam (03-2050 2100; email@example.com) Zaena Nair (03-2050 2091; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fax: 03-2031 6640
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