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Sustaining world class performance: workshops


SUSTAINING WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE: THE BIOLOGY OF BUSINESS SUCCESS

Featuring Dr Sven Hansen + a panel of business leaders
Click here to view this information online AUCKLAND: Wednesday 25 September, Totem on the Viaduct WELLINGTON: Friday 27 September, The Duxton Hotel CHRISTCHURCH: Wednesday 2 October, The Crowne Plaza DUNEDIN: Thursday 3 October, The Chancellor Dunedin

Lunch session: 12 - 2pm
Optional Workshop: 2 - 3.30pm This SmartNet lunch event is a great opportunity to find out about the biology of business success - understand how to make better decisions and build peak performing teams. The lunch session features a presentation by Dr Sven Hansen followed by comments from a panel of business leaders and professional people. The optional workshop enables you to be be proactive in the face of new workplace stress legislation. "Sven, you challenged and stimulated our thinking, and gave us a thirst for more!" "Excellent presenter, enjoyed the humour and real life examples"

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