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Business improvement series | successful collaboration

Posted by Marcus McCarthy | 07 May 2018 | News & Events

The Nexus Private Client Team are champions of collaboration and understand its importance in business to drive profits, grow client value and demonstrate leadership, which is why it is session two in the Business Improvement Series.

Run in conjunction with the Sydney CBD Chamber of Commerce, this event series is led by Your Business GP Pty Limited (YBGP) which is now an affiliated collaborator business to Nexus Law Group.

This session is ideal for anyone who is actively leading a business and asks the question – is collaboration a key part of your business model?

If not, consider business that harness the power of collaboration:

  • Build cohesive cultures
  • Lead more effectively
  • Solve complex problems effectively
  • Identify hidden talent
  • Increase productivity
  • Increase profits

Attendees can expect to learn practical tools and strategies to ensure collaboration is possible and successfully applied, and the behavioural aspects of collaborating.

WHERE: CBD Sydney Chamber, Level 23, 43 Clarence St, Sydney

WHEN: Thursday 10 May 2018, 9am – 12.30pm

COST: Members $45 / Non-Members $85 (plus fees)

INCLUDES: Workshop, networking, morning tea and coffee

As a guest of Nexus you will receive a discount. When booking, be sure to enter the code NEX18.

For further information, please contact me and my team at Nexus mjp@nexuslawyers.com.au or +612 9016 0141

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