Challenges and Solutions to be Found in Tokyo

23rd Jan, 2018

The IAPCO Annual Meeting, to be held in Tokyo, 7-10 February, is a prime example of how a small gathering gains maximum benefit from the educational product on offer. IAPCO, exponents of quality and education, is, once again, putting on an exceptional programme for its 120 members, looking at the challenges facing members today.

Seeking Clarity and Finding Balance are two of the three themes running through the three days of networking, learning, business and personal development – with a difference!

The Interactive Session on “What Keeps you awake at Night” will draw out members’ biggest challenges and, utilising a merge of “multipliers extreme questioning” and “coaching habits”, provide a technique for asking probing questions to enable one to reach the root of the problem.

A business doctor’s session is all about the four decisions of running a business: about people, the right people on the right bus in the right seats doing the right thing; about strategy, what gives you the right to win?; about execution, revenue growth is vanity, profit growth is sanity; and about cash, the oxygen needed to run the business.

And what about the New Rules of Work, Learning and Life?  As the world gets smaller and technology gets faster, both giving rise to significant change, companies and owners need to adapt to create environments in which these new rules can flourish if talent is, not only to be retained, but also to remain sane!

Networking, exquisite social events and interaction with the IAPCO destination partners are expertly managed, by hosts IAPCO member Congress Corporation based in Tokyo, enabling everyone to meet their own engagement agenda and find solutions to the challenges to be faced.

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