BUSINESS: Learn How to Be An Influencer
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PROPERTY POINT, a Growthpoint Properties initiative, is creating tomorrow’s leaders and influencers. Its monthly To The Point sessions have become unmissable events that inspire entrepreneurs from all fields of business and at all stages of building their businesses.
This April, leadership influence takes the spotlight. Leadership coach Elaine Jacob steps up to the mic as this month’s guest presenter and zones in on that special something that leaders have, which makes people want to follow them.
What if you could develop that something for yourself and learn the qualities needed to achieve this, how to apply them and ultimately grow your business as a result? You can. Find out how at this To The Point session.
Jacob is an internationally accredited leadership coach, educator and trainer with Dr John C Maxwell and also holds a Masters Degree in Industrial and Organisational Psychology. Most importantly, she is a successful entrepreneur – and an award-winning one, to boot. Jacob scooped three prestigious awards in recent years including Gauteng Business Woman of the Year from the South African Council of Business Women. She was first runner-up National Entrepreneur Champion presented by the National Chamber of Small Business and won the Young Entrepreneur Award by Investec Bank.
She will take delegates through an exciting and inspiring session that delves into what influence is, and why it is important.
To The Point gatherings are famed for the practical insights they offer to help you implement leading techniques in your business, and this session delivers precious entrepreneurial hacks in a big way. Jacob with share the 10 top qualities that help make you a better influencer, and tell you how to inspire and guide your team to give their best and ultimately lead the growth of your business.
The Property Point ‘Leadership is influence’ workshop will take place at the Southern Sun Hotel, Hyde Park, on Thursday, 20 April 2017. Focused on entrepreneurs as well as small and growing businesses, it will start promptly at 6:00pm and finish at 8:30pm with drinks and finger snacks being served. The investment cost is R150.00 and, as seating is limited, advance booking is essential and can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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