Coaching for Better Leaders

Join the Asset Management Council Sydney Chapter for a presentation on how coaching with NLP creates better leaders. 

Can you imagine having extremely high self-awareness and personal alignment coupled with an in-depth understanding of others?  How different would your conversations sound? What impact would it have on your career and leadership journey? 

Coaching with neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) can give you this!  

What if everything you did was managed by a super computer and you could enhance the programs that were working for you, delete those that weren’t and add any that you thought were missing?  What would you chose? How would those choices enhance your career, and your life?

Have you ever wondered how to connect and communicate easier with people? Are you curious about what makes some people tick?  Would you like to improve your communication, with everyone?  

We know you are wondering what NLP is and how it applies to Asset Management.  If you are curious about that or any of the questions above and you would like to learn some new skills that could make you a better leader, then perhaps you should consider attending this webinar to find out more!

Date:  Thursday, 13 May 2021
Time: 5pm Networking; 6pm Presentation; 7pm Close
Place: Transport for NSW - The Glasshouse, 7 Harvest Street, Macquarie Park
Cost: Free for AMCouncil members, otherwise $30
Earn: 1 CPD point
Flyer: Download here

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 *This is a hybrid event, with options for those to attend in person or online /virtually. If wishing to attend online / virtually, please click here to register for the online component.

 

Speaker:

Michael Starling, Director, Quantum MC

Michael is an experience Performance & Mindset Coach with a passion for helping people be the best they can be!

He is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner and NLP Trainer and has coached and trained many individuals and organisations.

Michael started his career as a Chartered Civil Engineer on large infrastructure projects in the Water industry in Scotland and the Isle of Man. In 2003, he moved to Perth, WA, to complete an MBA at Curtin University, following which he moved in to renewables and then into consulting.  With more than 17 years post MBA experience and 14 years+ in strategy, risk and governance consulting,  Michael has broad commercial and board experience.  He holds various professional qualifications including MBA, Master of Finance, CENG and GAICD and has lectured in Strategic Management and Leadership on MBA programs.

Michael loves sport and has played, captained and coached hockey up to international level for Scotland and Australia (Masters).