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ALTO members are welcome to join the association’s free professional development and networking event in London on 3rd September 2018. We invite our members to delegate 2 decision makers to our Leaders and Decision makers’ full day event and 1 future leader from their team to our Leaders in Training morning session. 

Keynote details – Leaders and Decision makers

Carlos Escario – Transformational Leadership: awakening Performance, Passion and Purpose.

 

Speed of transformation in industries and organizations has never been so extraordinary. To be ahead of the transformation wave, leaders need to embark on a journey of inner conquer, sculpt outstanding teams and chisel the heart of legendary organizational culture.

Carlos is known to many of our members from our Madrid conference where his presentation style and very useful take-home tips were very remarkable. Since his session with us last year his already impressive CV has been enriched with a Doctorate in Strategy and Organizational Transformation as well as an acceptance as fellow member of the International Academy of Management.

If you are a decision maker within your organisation, register and select Carlos’ session

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Keynote details – Leaders in Training

Catherine Nicholson – The Science of Influence

 

Whether we are influencing students, our colleagues or suppliers, many of us tend to rely on only a few default approaches to get what we need. This workshop shares the psychology behind the more powerful influencing tactics. Join us to learn how to use these in a more purposeful, strategic way to help to deliver the results you need for the person you are influencing.

Catherine has been working with people across the world for the last 16 years, helping them to get more out of their working lives (and beyond). She held a very successful webinar to our members on Time Management earlier in March which was highly rated by participants. Read more about Catherine here.

Register an important team member for Catherine’s session

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Watch last year’s London event summary here: