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Leadership Series: How to Improve Your Decision Making Skills
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Leadership Series: How to Improve Your Decision Making Skills

Regardless of your successes to date, surely there are times when you wish you could make better decisions about the strategic direction of your organization and do so more confidently. The challenge is, how? In this program, you will walk away with specific, proven “tools” that most leaders don’t even know exist.

29/10/2013
When: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Where: Club Lusitano
24/F, 16 Ice House Street
Central, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Contact: Amanda Ho


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About the Event:

This Event is brought to you from New York to Hong Kong especially for the Canadian Chamber, presented by Leadership and Management Expert David Goldsmith, global consultant, fmr. New York University Professor for 12 years, and author of Paid to THINK: A Leader’s Toolkit for Redefining Your Future. This program will provide you with specific leadership tools along with instructions in a format so effective that you can immediately apply what you learn upon return to your organization. 

As a leader, every day you are asking yourself questions about how to increase productivity, accelerate growth, do more with less, balance life and work, and more. Even if you’re considered successful by most standards, you've probably wished you had more reliable means of achieving your desired outcomes without the uncertainties that leaders inevitably experience from time to time.

Perhaps you've never realized that the problem isn't you and can’t be solved by working longer or harder. Rather, it’s the lack of a leadership skills that enables you to maximize the potential of your greatest asset — your mind.

More specifically, learn to discover, uncover, create, and capitalize on your future by improving your decision-making capabilities through the following:

  •       Making the strategizing process more comprehensive  
  •       Utilizing a multi-step process for better long-range planning  
  •       Rethinking what you thought was obvious  
  •       Applying a formula to gain faster, more solid buy in 
  •       Implementing a process to properly empower others to fulfill their       ggjresponsibilities  

Attend and find out why executives of multinational and regional organizations in Hong Kong and throughout the world have commented:

  • "I didn’t realize how much I was missing,”                             
  • "We want to lead in this global leadership style,”
  • "The strategic tools have helped me immensely.”

Learn powerful, practical tools used in executive suites in Fortune 50 organizations as well as SMEs, in all sectors, profit, not-for-profit, government, military and education. 

Learn from this presentation and quickly transform your strategies into winning outcomes!

About the Speaker:


David Goldsmith

David Goldsmith is a consultant, advisor, speaker, and author of Paid to THINK which after 4 months is already on its fourth printing. He is the President of the New York and Hong Kong based Goldsmith Organization, holds an MBA from Syracuse University, served on the faculty of New York University for 12 years teaching two courses, one on Executive Strategy and another on Innovation and New Product and Service Development, and over the past 20 years has founded or co-founded eight businesses ranging from distribution to manufacturing to advertising. Clients are a who's who who of business and executives spanning the globe. 


This event is presented by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee with a focus on Leadership Skills for our members.


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