Inspirational speaker, Mr Roger Harrop will entertain Dubai audiences on Thursday 12th February with his acclaimed “Staying in the Helicopter – the key to profitable growth in good times or bad” series as special guest speaker at the February EPI International Business Breakfast held in conjunction with the Australian Business Council.
“His presentations are known to be thought provoking and entertaining, laced with true-to-life stories, anecdotes and humour.” said Mr Adam Malouf, Chairman of the Australian Business Council Dubai.
Mr Roger Harrop, a former CEO of a very successful high-tech multi-national, a consultant, mentor and leadership tutor, has inspired thousands of CEOs to explore the bigger picture. As a result many have gone on to achieve massive growth in sales and subsequent profits.
At the breakfast to be held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai (7.30am to 9.30am) guests can expect to be stimulated to take the opportunity to step outside the day-to-day constraints of their business.
Mr Harrop will explore the benefits of maintaining a focus on the ‘big picture’, not just in overall business strategy but in all aspects of operations.
According to Mr Harrop, by concentrating on the really important issues, breakfast guests will significantly improve their own effectiveness, reduce their levels of stress and most importantly, see direct benefits to the on-going health and profitability of their business.
Don’t miss this chance to be truly inspired. Places at the Business Breakfast are limited. Tickets are AED150 per person (or AED 120 per person for members of the Australian Business Council). For more information please telephone +9714 367 2437 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Australian Business Council - Dubai provides a solid platform for Australians, Australian companies and partners, to network with other business people and companies in the United Arab Emirates.
Through the facilitation of social events, business luncheons and business breakfasts with speakers addressing hot and relevant topics, the Council enjoys an ever-growing membership of more than 600 companies and individuals. For more information visit www.abc-dxb.com