We are delighted to be able to offer an opportunity to attend a one day interactive seminar on change led by international thought leader, speaker and writer Peter de Jager. We were privileged to be able to bring Peter for his first ever workshop in New Zealand in 2005. Since
then he has come back by popular request a couple of times and will be in Wellington again on the 19th April 2010
He has published hundreds of articles on topics ranging from Predicting the Future, Problem Solving, Creativity and Change these have appeared in:
• The Washington Post
• The Wall Street Journal
• The Futurist
• Scientific American
In addition to presentations and seminars on the topics above, he writes about a dozen regular columns in many magazines. In total, more than 1,000,000 readers have an opportunity to share Peter’s thoughts each month.
All of Peter’s work focuses on the issue of how individuals, and therefore all organizations, implement Change. He has earned a reputation for provoking thought, challenging assumptions
and exposing the real causes behind otherwise perplexing problems.
• He speaks from experience with passion, conviction and a sense of humour.
• He believes his purpose is to entice his audience to think more deeply about Change and how it affects us.
• His goal is to challenge the myths surrounding Change that create obstacles in front of successful implementations.
• While his focus is on the management issues surrounding Change, he also speaks on how we look to the future and the technologies which bring Change into our lives.
Workshop numbers are limited to ensure your issues can be raised and discussed. Due to these limited numbers we would appreciate a prompt response by faxing the form on the next page back to us on 815 9209, if you wish to attend. Alternatively you can email the same
information to [email protected]
We look forward to seeing you there.