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East Midlands Executives to Boost Business Success Thanks to Vistage Speaker

Business owners and execs from across the East Midlands are set to hear from one of the world’s leading speakers in July, thanks to business peer group, Vistage.

Vistage, which has over 22,000 members worldwide, brings likeminded businesspeople together to share experiences and challenge one another in order to grow both personally and professionally and develop their companies successfully. As part of Vistage membership, business owners have regular opportunities to hear from some of the world’s top speakers and entrepreneurs. East Midlands based group, V407, will hear from American Author and CEO, Jim Canfield on 3rd July.

Throughout his career, Jim has focused on empowering CEOs and senior leaders to improve their businesses and their leadership skills through development, coaching, mentoring and peer-to-peer sharing. As well as dedicating over 10,000 hours to coaching CEOs, Jim is a keynote speaker and workshop leader for companies such as McDonalds and is the Author of the best-selling business book, CEO Tools 2.0.

Through Jim’s session, Vistage members will hear what he believes sets successful businesses apart and how making business meaningful, inclusive and fun can have a profound effect on productivity and profitability.

Chris Everard, the Vistage Chair who will be facilitating the session, commented on Jim’s visit. He said:

“Together with the group meetings, having guest speakers is one of the most impactful aspects of Vistage membership. The insight, experience and knowledge they bring is priceless and I have seen countless members, including myself, take away some life changing points to implement both in their personal and professional lives.

“It is an honour to welcome Jim to the UK – he has worked with top CEOs and business owners throughout his career and is an expert in helping leaders to unlock their hidden potential to drive further business success. I look forward to meeting him in July and seeing the effect he has on the group.”


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