Australian Institute of Management Perth International Seminar – The Language of Leadership with Professor Jay Conger, London Business School


An AIM International Seminar with Professor Jay Conger, London Business School
Monday 1 August 9.00am -12.00noon, Hyatt Regency Perth

The art of persuasion is an essential skill for leaders, managers and supervisors.

This short seminar is aimed at managers, leaders, supervisors and team leaders tasked with the job of aligning their staff towards a common
goal. Anyone in the business of communicating persuasively will benefit from hearing about the latest research on inspirational
leadership language.

Seminar Topics:

  • Why the language of leadership has been forced to change?
  • Ways not to persuade
  • Effective communication and presentation strategies
  • Connecting emotionally.

Professor Conger with his interactive and stimulating style will share his insights into the language of leadership gained from his global research
looking at the most effective change agents, the most effective team leaders and the emotional subtleties of language. These insights will give you
practical ideas you can use to align your organisation or team.

Book Onlineor Call Client Services on (08) 9383 8000.
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This event is just one of the events, that is taking place during AIM WA’s Leadership week which runs from 27 July – 3 August.
Look out for the full program of events that will be available soon on www.aimwa.com

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