Getting & Staying Out of the BOX

december, 2016

2016fri23dec5:00 pmfri7:00 pmGetting & Staying Out of the BOXLeadership - SIG - 045:00 pm - 7:00 pm The Hive, 1st Floor, Plot # 14-E, Manzoor Plaza, Fazl-e-Haq Road,Blue Area, Islamabad, Pakistan

Event Details

Getting in and staying in the box restricts our perspective and makes us sick, unlikable, and mediocre performer.

We get stuck when we have problems we can’t see. Since we can’t see them, we don’t even know they exist. We mistakenly think the problems are something else, ignoring the real issue. Put yourself in the picture. Since you can only see things from your closed and limited perspective – and since, like most people, you probably resist the suggestion that the truth lies outside of things you’ve considered – you are primarily in a box, that is “cut off, closed up, and blind.”

Are you aware of your shortcomings? Or maybe, the problem is that you don’t know them.

Leadership is AUTHENTICITY, not a STYLE.”

Success and power of influence depends on being out of the box.

Speakers for this event

  • Mohsin Lodhi

    Mohsin Lodhi

    Enterprise Trainer and Executive Development Coach

    Mohsin Lodhi is a founder, enterprise trainer & executive development coach at Mohsin Lodhi Training & Coaching Centre- a company specializing in training and coaching executives on a one-on-one basis on leadership, communication, emotional intelligence, team building and personal development skills. Mohsin has over 35 years' experience in leadership, management, consulting, sales, teaching & training experience by leading a team of 10-50 people. He has trained and coached over 14,000 executives in 7 years on a wide variety of topics. He was honored "Best Performance Teacher Award" three times at SEECS NUST-Pakistan with 97.5% feedback. He completed certifications in training from IFC World Bank (USA), Franklin Covey (USA), INSEAD Business School (France) and Stanford University (USA).

    Enterprise Trainer and Executive Development Coach

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