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Leadership Lessons From Nelson Mandela

Friday, August 25, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: André Vermeulen, CEO, Neuro-Link

Nelson Mandela is one of the most outstanding moral and political leaders the 21st century has ever seen. His life story is an epic of struggle, learning, and growing. He is a man whose idealism and hope have inspired a world prone to cynicism and pessimism. He once said, “I was in jail for 27 years, but my mind was never in jail.” During this webcast, the presenter will explore the emotional intelligence model and 12 fundamental competencies that made Nelson Mandela the resilient and inspiring leader he was. You will discover what it is that makes the great, great and learn a powerful model that you can apply to your everyday life.

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Presenter

André Vermeulen
André Vermeulen

CEO, Neuro-Link

André Vermeulen is the CEO of Neurolink, an international consultancy specializing in the neuroscience of workplace learning. He is the architect and owner of the Neurolink brand and business system, which consists of various brain profile assessments to determine learning potential and brain-training solutions to optimize brain performance. As an international motivational speaker, André has presented at TEDx and numerous international conferences and events, including the ATD International Conference & Exposition. André has been a guest on many radio and television talk shows across the globe and hosts his own television show, Breinkrag (Brain Power).

André has published books and more than 30 articles in magazines and newspapers in Germany, the United States, South Africa, and Costa Rica on the neuroscience of learning, brain-based learning and development, and other wellness-related topics.
 


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