So What Does Genius Leadership Look Like?

Servant Leadership

“Before you become a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” Jack Welch

A leader must focus on developing the team’s performance rather than on their personal results. So how do great leaders develop and motivate their teams and lead them to levels of outstanding performance? Listen to InnerMetrix CEO and Founder Jay Niblick, author of What’s your Genius How The Best THINK For Success and The Profitable Consultant shares how through the insight and knowledge you can obtain from the new Revolutionary IMX Advanced Insight Tool can baseline where you are as a Leader and how the Genius Workshops can develop your Genius Leadership Skills.

“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves.”
Lao Tzu

What Does Your Leadership Look Like?

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”
John Quincy Adams

Communicating Your Vision
A great deal of intelligent and credible research, and no doubt your own personal experience, highlights the fact that people’s performance is often directly related to the leadership behaviour demonstrated by their manager.

Inspiring Others
So as a leader, what you do to set the example to your staff and what you promote through your behaviour gets witnessed by your colleagues, peers and clients and therefore, is of the utmost importance.

Understanding Your Supporters

Leadership Skills can be learned and developed and the more insight we have into our intrinsic values and behaviours the more consciously we are able to deal with situations differently. What is your Leadership Profile score?. Once you have received your completed profile, click here to arrange your feedback session.

A Different Type of Leadership Course
This programme is based on the Innermetrix Leadership Tools, and is likely to be a little different from other leadership programmes you may have been on. You will be required to complete an Advanced Insights Profile in preparation for the course which will provide you with very personal insights into your own leadership attributes.

Genius Leadership Course Outline Summary

This course has been designed to help you make the most out of these personal insights, allowing you to close any gaps between where you are and where you ultimately want to be as a leader.It guides you through the seven secrets of inspiring and motivating others. Understanding your supporters.

Listen to what InnerMetrix Founder Jay Niblick and MD Allan Miller have to say about the Genius Leadership Course Click Here

Interested in attending a workshop – register your interest here for the next dates and locations.

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World Trade Center London New Legal Service Alliance: To Grow International Trade

World Trade Center London New Legal Service Alliance: To Grow International Trade

The World Trade Centre London’s domestic and International members consider the availability of specialist, cost effective and relevant legal support to be a crucial contribution to the successful outcome of extending their business beyond borders. It can be a real challenge, a nightmare for some, to be knee deep in developing relationships, negotiations and promoting products and services to know how to protect, negotiate, defend and secure the commercial deals being done So the decision to engage the right legal team who can help navigate and avoid the pitfalls in a new and foreign market is essential.   

The legislation and regulation of new countries can present a considerable barrier to decision makers and their senior managers. Often the risks are perceived to be such a threat that they avoid them altogether. So instead what could be a very viable business proposition with great potential to grow into new markets, develop new customers or even employ staff in that country never gets past the first goal post.  High on senior decision makers priority lists are concerns about how they can protect their intellectual property and associated commercial rights. The most common inquiry relates to the employment, concluding partnerships or distributorships and understanding the implications and conditions governing commercial contracts.

“I am delighted therefore that we have secured ASV Law as one of our “Go To” partners for our members and clients within our 1 Stop International Service Desk.” said Rita Spada, Chief Executive World Trade Centre London. “ASV Law are specialists in the media, technology and sports sectors which are key industries for the WTC London members.”

Simon Vumbaca, Managing Partner comments “ASV Law is proud to have been retained as the “go to partner” of legal services for the WTC London. As an international law firm trading from London we adhere to the WTC concept and initiative, we look forward in assisting foreign companies in their UK presence. We are also very pleased to continue assisting UK companies in their International expansion. We specialise in providing each case with the individual attention it deserves. Our experience has shown that there is absolutely nothing lucky about a victory. We work harder and smarter to get the job done. We leave nothing to chance. We never make assumptions. We operate on a global scale, acting for a broad spectrum of clients who all have the same goal: to achieve outstanding results. We consistently deliver; we defend, we prosecute, we litigate, we arbitrate and we negotiate, all with your continued success firmly in mind. We are renowned for winning with minimum fuss. Clients choose us because they know that with us results come first.

The WTC London decision to retain ASV Law also comes at very exciting times for us, as we launched legal packaged products, most at a fixed fee, precisely to assist Boards and decision makers in the assessment of the risks and exposure inevitably associated with international commerce.”   

 The World Trade Center London is one of 330 World Trade Center worldwide. A global network governed by the World Trade Center Association in New York. World Trade Centers (WTCs) represent a “one stop business service centre” that operate within iconic landmarks in the cities where they serve to “open doors” to companies that want to grow and develop trade beyond their local boundaries and borders.

Over 750000 business members worldwide, large and small, benefit from the deal making that is often the result of trade promotion, development and matchmaking services conducted every day globally by WTC’s.