SIMON SINEK TO TOUR AUSTRALIA IN MARCH

SIMON SINEK TO TOUR AUSTRALIA IN MARCH

LEADERSHIP guru Simon Sinek (pictured) will be the headline speaker at the Start With Why Leadership Forum in March 2017.

Business News Australia readers have the chance to take up a special ticket offer for the forum, hosted by the Growth Faculty, which has a run of dates across Australia and New Zealand.

Sinek's book is a continuation of the theme of his 2009 TED talk, which has become the third most watched talk of all time on the popular platform and he will continue this theme in his tour.
Sinek's one-day leadership program will play across three cities: Friday 3 March 2017 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre; Tuesday 7 March 2017 at the ICC Sydney Darling Harbour Theatre; and Thursday 9 March 2017 at the Langham Auckland.

Sinek's unconventional and innovative views on business and leadership have attracted international attention and have earned him invitations to meet with an array of leaders and organisations, including: 3M, Costco, Deckers, Ernst & Young, HSM, JetBlue, KPMG, Pfizer, NBC/Universal as well as  the US military, government agencies and entrepreneurs.

Committed to helping successful leaders find their passion, feel inspired and inspire others, Simon's simple, yet profound concept around establishing your 'why' gave us the lightbulb moment into what sets apart the inspired individuals and organisations from the rest of the world.

Sinek will be joined by fellow leadership expert Peter Docker at the event.

Book your tickets to the Growth Faculty's Start With Why Leadership Forum here. Business News Australia has secured a rate of $795 per person, $100 cheaper than the non-member rate for the event.

 

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