Learning & Development 22-02-18
Thu 22 Feb, 2018 - 9:30am
Learning & Development Workshop: Timeless Principles of Exceptional Business
Date: Thurs 22 Feb 2018
Venue: Kapiti Sports Turf & Pavilion, Paraparaumu
Time: 9.30am to 11.30am
Members $25 - Non Members $40
Presenter: Daryl Narain, The Alternative Board
This workshop is exclusively for business owners and will include stories and anecdotes that make this topic both interesting and informative.
Attendees will be taken through some of the most important principles utilised by leading businesses. The Alternative Board has gathered these insights based on working with over 20,000 private businesses in the past 25 years.
Being early in the year, this workshop is positioned at an ideal time when business owners are often thinking through business development tactics. By attending, you can expect to identify multiple actions you can immediately implement to improve your business.
The presentation will specifically include:
- The importance of establishing a business differentiator
- Activities that will have the greatest strategic impact on your business.
- Establishing the ideal culture in your business.
- Incorporating key performance indicators that focus on results.
- The economic value of a strong brand.
- Key steps to exiting the business on your own terms.
About the Presenter
Born and bred in Wellington, Daryl is passionate about the prosperity of his home city, the performance of its business sector and of its rugby team, The Hurricanes.
Daryl has an extremely diverse business background spanning over 35 years including both Wellington-based businesses and others around the globe. The industries he has been involved in range from transport to inbound tourism, from recruitment to technology-based marketing.
His roles have been diverse, including Company Directorships, CEO and Board Chairman positions. This has given him a wealth of experience in understanding the differences between the governance and operational aspects of a business. As a graduate of Victoria University with a commerce degree majoring in accountancy, Daryl also has a strong focus on the importance of accurate and timely financial reporting.
Daryl has had a lifetime involvement with motorsport, from track racing to the Targa Rally. Basically, if it has wheels, Daryl will want to drive it or ride it. He strongly believes there are many lessons to learn from sport, particularly team performance, that carry over into business.