Wildgen 4 Women & Fondsfrauen Lunch: An Introduction to the DISC Human Behaviour Model
69, Boulevard de la Pétrusse
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_Wildgen S.A. and Fondsfrauen are pleased to invite you to their upcoming Women's Lunch Meetup “What shapes behaviour? An introduction to the DISC Human Behaviour Model”, with Sophia Karlsson, a certified coach and trainer. The event will be held at Wildgen premises from 12h to 14h on 03 December 2019.
“Everyone you encounter is motivated differently, communicates differently, and views tasks and relationships differently. When we learn how to connect with anyone we become more successful with everyone.“
As a certified coach, speaker and trainer, Sophia is passionate about leadership and personal development and believes that this is the catalyst to lasting change. Her vision is to see transformation in our corporate leadership culture by helping leaders develop habits that inspire results, relationships and reputation.
It is an unique opportunity to learn more about the DISC model that will help you and your teams connect, communicate and collaborate better.
Let’s meet, network and share experiences.
Mevlüde-Aysun Tokbag, Partner & Head of Wildgen 4 Women, and Fondsfrauen are looking forward to welcoming you and listening to Sophia Kalsson.
Attendance is free of charge but with a No-show policy. Please be aware that, if you register and fail to attend the event, it will be charged EUR 25 (a participant is considered as a "no-show" when she/he fails to cancel her/his RSVP with sufficient notice (2 business days). A reminder of the event with the practical details will be sent 2 days before the event day.)
In order to allow as many companies as possible to participate, this event is restricted to one person from a same company.
Please be advised that number of seats is limited to 15 and pending confirmation from Wildgen.
Wildgen's events are restricted for people whose business does not compete with Wildgen or external speaker’s business. Photos and videos can be made during the event and published in the press and digital media.