3 Personal Qualities of Successful People: Webinar

Posted by: Tom Post Date: 20th January 2017

3 personal qualities of successful people

Have you ever looked at a successful person, and wondered just how they do it?

Perhaps you idolise Richard Branson, applaud Michelle Obama, or simply admire someone you know who has accomplished a great deal.

Leadership expert Nigel Girling is here to show us which three qualities the most successful people have in common. He’ll look at how successful people manage their time, build self-esteem, and become resilient in the face of change and challenge.

Time management: Most of us are guilty of committing ourselves to unreasonable workloads, forgetting to prioritise what’s worthwhile and dump or delegate what’s not.

Building self-esteem: Negative self-perceptions fester and turn nasty when you don’t address them. On top of that, unrealistic goals mean setting yourself up for failure.

Building resilience: Success is not an easy ride, so it’s important to have strategies for handling pressure.

Many of us aren’t sure where to start with our goals, or get stuck somewhere along the way. Whether you’re a current or aspiring leader, or are simply looking to progress in your career, sign up to start removing your personal barriers to success, and embracing the qualities needed to accomplish something amazing.

To learn the qualities essential for success, watch the webinar recording now.

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