Put yourself a decade ahead of the pack and learn how you, as a financial planner, can adapt your mindset and embrace change to succeed in an ever changing world.
Earn 12 CPD points by attending this convention!
At a neuropsychological level, all financial planners should consider what their customers are going through during the financial planning process, something which is increasingly important in the face of the recent economic crisis. Learn how to transform thinking and performance through neuroleadership and change the way you interact with your customers forever.
The 2012 Annual FPI Convention programme includes presentations by three international speakers including:
• Dr David Rock - one of the thought leaders in the human-performance coaching field
• Strategy consultant, Phil Billingham - Strategy Consultant at threesixty Services LLP in the United Kingdom
• Motivational speaker and internationally recognised professional surfer, Shaun Tomson
There is an exciting line up of local professional speakers as well as panel discussions by subject matter experts.
Find out how to adapt to changes like social media, National Social Security, National Health Insurance and the changing regulatory and economic environment. Learn from successful financial planners about what helped them grow their businesses, and have the opportunity to interact with like-minded professionals.
Book before 31 March 2012 and stand in line to win one of two Apple iPads (32GB + 3G/Wifi) valued at over R6 000.00!
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