11-13 May – London – at PMI EMEA : What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life !

 Learn to Lead with Purpose from the World’s Top Sports Team

James Kerr translates lessons from the rugby pitch to business success

New Zealand’s legendary rugby team, All Blacks, may be the winningest team in sports history but what can we learn from them about business leadership and management?

A lot.

Join the PMI® Global Congress 2015—EMEA and hear from James Kerr, author of the best-selling management book Legacy, to learn “What the All Blacks Can Teach Us About the Business of Life.” You will walk away from his presentation with powerful and practical lessons to help sharpen and cultivate the project management skills you need for leading successful projects and productive teams.As the final keynote presenter, Mr. Kerr will address major themes within the PMI Talent Triangle and explore questions like:
  • How do leaders create leaders?
  • Champions do extra; what more can you do to achieve success?
  • What immediate goals can you set to realise your long-term aims?
  • How do you achieve world-class standards day after day, year after year?
  • How can you write your own legacy?

His insightful, informative and inspiring stories get to the heart of what it really means to be the best in the world—and to stay there.

The All Blacks were the first world champions, are the current world champions, and hold all the trophies possible to hold in rugby. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the importance of setting immediate goals to enable high performance from James Kerr and the mighty All Blacks.

Carve out your legacy for success at PMI® Global Congress 2015—EMEA and Register Today

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