Wellington Business Brief - How Does Leadership Impact Engagement?

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Wellington Business Brief - How Does Leadership Impact Engagement?  Dale Carnegie Workshop

Hutt Valley Chamber in Partnership with Dale Carnegie invite you to attend this Global Business Brief. 

Dale Carnegie Trainer Peter Couchman will provide insights and tips for you to use with your team and staff that will help to overcome the challenges of running a business in the modern world.  

Based on 110 years experience, the session is interactive and engages you to first identify where your challenges lie, or use global examples of these, then participate as they explore means by which to address them.

This session will help you:

  • Identify which leadership trends from our research may be impacting your organisation
  • Learn how your leaders can drive employee retention and satisfaction
  • Uncover common leadership blind spots that may be undermining your corporate culture
  • Start to identify your organisation’s leadership performance gaps

Who Should Attend

This is a session for business owners and leaders - those dealing with the real-world problems of managing the competing demands of staff, business and profitability.

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Event Information

WHEN Tuesday 9th May 7.30am - 9.30am 

WHERE Hutt Valley Chamber Of Commerce, Level 3, 15 Daly Street, Lower Hutt 

COST -Sponsored by Dale Carnegie 

NOTE* When registering for this event your contact details will be shared with the facilitators Dale Carnegie, if you do not wish for your details to be shared please contact annette@hvchamber.org.nz

Additional information

Trainer - Peter Couchman 

Peter Couchman is an accomplished leadership trainer with a proven track record of success. His expertise in the Dale Carnegie methodology, combined with his extensive experience as a General Manager, make him a highly sought-after trainer in the field of leadership development.

Throughout his career, Peter has held numerous senior management positions in various industries and is currently the General Manager of Seven Electrical, where he leads a team of over 110 staff and works tirelessly to create a culture of psychological safety in the workplace.

Peter's passion for leadership development is evident in the way he approaches his work. He is dedicated to helping individuals and organizations achieve their goals by providing them with the tools and skills necessary to succeed.