San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
The best way that I know of to guarantee that 2017 is your best year yet, is to more fully appreciative and get the best out of yourself and other people. This master-class will help you to do this in your own best way.
A consequence will be better business results at less personal cost.
You'll receive your signed, numbered, limited edition copy of The Appreciative Leader handbook on the day, 1 of only 150 available.
During the day you will use the handbook to decide how to elevate your leadership, create more leaders, and improve your processes so that it's simpler for people to deliver value.
What I say in the handbook (and a signature to all my work) is important, yet nowhere near as important as what you hear yourself say to yourself, and then do your own unique work.
In addition to this unique leadership development experience (including morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea), you'll have ongoing access to the Appreciative Leader Online Community platform, and should you want further help, there's opportunity to take up individual, master-mind, or business membership. Find out more at The Appreciative Leader Community.
Places are strictly limited to 12 people to enable everyone to have the opportunity to share.
Should you not be able to make this event please consider a bespoke experience just for you and your team. Here's how this works.
I’d been feeling like I was doing a little bit on a whole lot of disjointed projects – Purpose & Values, Engagement, Learning & Development, and knowing that I need to spend some time on Performance Management and Position Descriptions but it all felt a bit like I was spinning plates – keeping them spinning and not letting them drop and really not progressing them all that much, all that quickly. Spending a day with Ian helped me see a structure and a strategy that really wraps up everything I do with a purpose and reason – it helped me see all these individual tasks in the context of my role. It was a practical, insightful and reflective day very well spent.
Leanne Perryman, People & Culture Manager, Surf Coast Shire
At the start of 2015 it became clear on the road ahead for my business we were facing some serious challenges.
We had just purchased the Budget franchise and were experiencing inconsistent business results, some big rental agency changes, and some poor staff attitudes had crept in.
I had heard Ian speak at a function in 2014 and I had been impressed with the message of his talk that day.
Ian has worked as a mentor to me for the last 14 months. He's also run sessions and worked 1:1 with my staff.
We've made several small shifts in how we conduct our business that have made a significant difference with my key people, how we work, and to our results.
Darren Rix, Franchisee Avis Ballarat & Western Victoria, Budget Ballarat & Bendigo
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Ian Berry is a business philosopher yet pragmatist. He’s a best selling author, prolific blogger/writer, and a preeminent trusted adviser, mentor, and speaker on 21st century leadership and management and change and performance leadership.
From 1974 - 1991 Ian enjoyed a very successful corporate finance career. He held Branch, Regional, and State manager roles in three Australian states receiving numerous awards for his leadership, development of people, and results. Since then Ian has helped more than 1000 business owners/leaders, women and men, in over 40 countries to achieve the one thing that really matters - fully appreciating and getting the best out of yourself and other people.
Ian has played active roles on the boards of eight diverse organisations and has been instrumental in their sustainable and profitable growth, with one of these organisations (Townsend Building Services) achieving 570% growth in just under 5 years.
Ian’s unique understanding of how leadership (people), and management (processes) combine to achieve increased and sustainable momentum make him the perfect partner for any organisation finding change complicated, tiresome and costly, or wanting to avoid or overcome change fatigue.
The best-selling author of Changing What’s Normal, regarded by many as a seminal work in the fields of personal, relationship and organisational change, Ian is a gifted story-sharer. His tailored for you presentations, master-classes, and master-mind groups challenge your mind, warm your heart, and inspire you to do what you have never done before.
Ian's clients include leaders from AVIS Western Victoria, AXA Asia Pacific, Bendigo Bank, Bombardier, Crowe Horwath, EMI, Eureka Concrete, Jones Lang LaSalle, Plan Australia, Oxfam Shop, Queenslanders Credit Union, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Smurfit Kappa UK, to name just a few.