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Are you prepared to be convinced?

Are you prepared to be convinced?

Philip Hesketh guarantees you will be liked by more people in 2005 if you trust what he has to say. Philip Hesketh is one of the UK’s most sought after professional speakers who has been exclusively brought to New Zealand by David Forman for three intensive two-day seminars.

After spending his entire working life studying and practising the art of persuasion each seminar is promised to help delegates understand the principles of influence; how to create empathy with work colleagues, how to persuade people to your own point of view and improve all working relationships. Hesketh delivers a potent mix of thought-provoking, well-researched, persuasive techniques combined with his own unique brand of humour that ensures change in every participant.

Delegates who attended Philip Hesketh’s previous trip to New Zealand continually praise the results: “A non-threatening fun learning experience. Philip is very engaging, providing practical tools,” says Sandra Deans, BioProducts, Business Development Manager. Audiences at each seminar include people from a wide variety of fields, and although the outcome of each presentation is the same, the content is always different capturing the essence of modern society.

It is of benefit to all business people to get ahead in their influential techniques and Philip Hesketh offers the perfect tool for change. Hesketh promises to engage audiences in a truly enlightening experience that leaves delegates informed and inspired about their abilities to achieve more influential and successful results.

Accenting Hesketh’s visit to New Zealand is the launch of his new book; ‘Life’s a game, so fix the odds.’ The book provides a fascinating account of Philip Hesketh’s lifetime journey to become more persuasive and influential. The journey includes 30 years’ study of persuasion and influence and being a founding partner of Advertising Principles that went from 0 to billings of £14 million in 16 years of consecutive growth. New Zealand is privileged to be the first country in the world to see this book and have access to the revelations that are sure to influence the business world in 2005 and beyond.

Philip Hesketh will be in New Zealand from February 23rd to March 8th 2005. For seminar bookings refer to:

More information on the motivational influence of Philip Hesketh is available on his website:

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