Friday, 4 April 2008

34th Practical Leadership seminar has just finished in Provence

It is hard to believe that it has already been that many seminars, but it just seems to get better and better and the feedback Claus got from the participants was brilliant. The Practical Leadership seminar has been running for almost 6 years now and I'm doing 4 more this year, 3 of which will be in Danish and 1 in English.

It is a 6 day management programme for everybody who wants to become a better employee, manager or just improve yourself as a person. The idea behind it is that you have to excel in two areas of business: one has to do with industry specific skills and knowledge and the other is the general traits of good management and business excellence. The Practical Leadership programme cannot help you to become better at the professional aspects of your particular industry, but it can help you improve the general areas.

It draws on all of the aspects of the evergreens of management: Productivity, Relations, and Quality and devises a model for better leadership across the general areas of business excellence.

To enhance the learning experience, this 6 day programme is held at the exclusive retreat Les 4 Moulins in the south of France, where you can relax fully between the sessions; play tennis; go for a swim; or get relaxing massages. All of this is complemented with 3 meals a day using only the finest local produce and served with the wines from Provence.

If you would like to find out more about the seminar, you can download a PDF brochure here or find out more about registering to attend the next Practical Leadership seminar.

1 comment:

Gudrun Bjarnadottir said...

Dear Claus,

thank you very much for the last week seminar PL34 (Practical Leadership, April 2008) which was a great inspration and reminder of life!

It was unbelivable how you showed us so clearly, that it all boils down to the basci human aspects of life to have success and enjoy your life.
If you are from Turkey, Slovenia, Denmark, UK, Sweden, Norway, Iceland or any where else in the world we all work the same way - emotions, relations, work and life in general - we all want the same. Cultural differences - yes they are always there but only as you said on the very top of the surface.

Thank you again that I have started effectively to dream my impossible dream(s) ...

I wished all my friends and in general any one could join your seminars, I am sure we would all have a better world to live in.

Warm regards
Gudrun

Gudrun Bjarnadottir
Vice President
Club Sophia Nordic Link
www.nordic-link.org