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Hear what values & ethics can do for profit - ADV

The American Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend a Breakfast Briefing

Hear what values & ethics can do for your profitability

Ron Willingham, the founder and CEO of Integrity Systems, will demonstrate why he has a passionate belief that integrity is essential for business. “When the integrity and values of people and the organisations they serve align, loyalty, growth and profitability follow,” he says.

At a time when there is a greater need than ever for integrity in business, he will share with you the successful strategies his company has conducted through empowering courses in over 65 countries.

Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Ron Willingham is in New Zealand to share his innovative business philosophy that has been adopted by such organisations as Trade New Zealand, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, The Guardian Life Insurance Company and over 2,000 other organisations.

AmCham is pleased to be able to provide you with this opportunity to gain an insight into how Integrity Systems has quietly worked behind the scenes with their clients to build sales, customer loyalty, and teamwork. All of this has helped increase profits and performance through the approach of transforming people’s potential through an ethics-driven process.

Wednesday 30 July 2003
Hotel InterContinental Wellington
***Please note: this breakfast briefing will be from 7am for 7.15-9.30am,***
which is longer than our standard timing.

DATE: Wednesday 30 July 2003
VENUE: Hotel InterContinental
Corner Grey and Featherston Streets
TIME: 7.00am for 7.15-9.30am
TICKETS: Members and their guests @ $39.00 + GST
Non-members and their guests @ $49.00 + GST

FAX: your registration to (09) 309 1090
PHONE: inquiries to (09) 309 9140


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