Sep 5 / 2018
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From Boardroom to Everest – The successful GROW series of International Masterclasses return with a focus on Leadership and Team Performance!

Do you lead a team, or aspire to? Learn how to create exceptional teams with International Speaker Neil Laughton

Developing High Performing Teams.

The masterclass: Developing High Performing Teams will be held on the 27th of September at the Radisson Blu Resort, St Julians.

With his 35 years experience leading multi-disciplinary teams in the military, in business and on adventurous expeditions around the world, Neil Laughton will share his ideas, theories and experiences for developing high performing teams in this 3 hour Masterclass workshop.

What to expect:

  • Identifying and selecting high performing individuals
  • Personality profiling techniques and talent management
  • Culture and qualities required for developing high performing teams
  • Examples and top tips for developing great teamwork
  • The importance of leadership in developing high performing teams
  • Practical interactive teamwork exercise
  • Delegate discussion session and Q&A

Who this Masterclass is for:

Team Leaders, CEO’s, Directors, Managers, HR professionals and Entrepreneurs

Neil is a former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Officer turned entrepreneur who has founded a dozen businesses. One of these reached £40 million turnover and was sold to a FTSE 100 company in 2011.

He is an award winning business coach, team trainer and keynote speaker with a collaborative, challenging and experiential style.

Neil is passionate about adventure and he has led more than 50 expeditions on 7 continents, by land, sea and air. He summited Mt Everest with Bear Grylls, circumnavigated the UK & Ireland on a jet ski and piloted the world’s first road legal flying car across the Sahara Desert. Find out more here.

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