The Positive Leader With Jan 

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What if I told you that the author of the book really likes AIESEC and wants support you as MCP in your leadership journey, would you believe it? What if I told you he'd like to meet you next Monday, 13th March 3.00-4.30pm GMT +1, would you attend?

Jan is global strategist, coach and mentor. He is the author of a bestseller book “The Positive Leader” –Pearson Oct 2016. His personal mission: “I help individuals, organizations and countries around the world to unlock their human potential”. Jan has proven record in building successful teams and organizations in his almost 22 years long career in Microsoft, where he served in different executive positions. In his last role (2007-2014) he was as Chairman Europe, Microsoft Corporation. Based on his global experience he created a rather unique methodology to find personal uniqueness for individuals and teams, personal vision, and how to implement vision through individual uniqueness.

Besides all this, Jan was a member of the AIESEC International Supervisory Group for multiple years and has a deep understanding of our organization, our vision and our ambition. Jan will be running a webinar for current and elect MCPs about where leaders go wrong and the 4 P's of Positive Leadership. 

Join him next Monday, 13th March at 3pm GMT +1 and feel free to share the opportunity to attend the webinar to your LCPs and other leaders in your entity. 

Here is the link for the webinar: http://aiesec.adobeconnect.com/thepositiveleader/

Check out the latest review of the book: http://irishtechnews.ie/the-positive-leader-how-energy-and-happiness-fuel-top-performing-teams-reviewed/

Cya there



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