[event_signup display_till="Dec 3, 2010" event_date="Dec 3, 2010 6 pm-9 pm" venue= "Gallery NO200,
200 Tai Kang Rd." charge="Free entry" event_name="The Cost of Delay"]
Time is money. It is easy to understand. With the right skills and habits, you can turn your time into money. With your money, you can buy quality time.
But understanding this does not make it easy to do. In our work, we have seen time-planning masters waving their BlackBerries or carefully engineering Outlook schedules, and then throw time plans into the wind when the first emergency came up. We have seen routine tasks become high-priority fire-fighting jobs. We have seen the vicious circle of low efficiency and overtime. What is the way out?
Great news for small or medium-size business owners: the EU Chamber in Shanghai created a fair where exhibitors and visitors actually have time to speak to each other. The idea: business owners bring their ideas and challenges, while service providers bring their expertise. The fair is a forum to talk in detail.
We will be there at the Grand Mercure Hongqiao (369 Xian Xia Road) between 2 and 6pm, and do what we always do. Come along if you need new ideas or solutions related to:
- Creating a business strategy
- Strategy deployment
- Leadership skills or methods
- Communication skills and practices
- Corporate social responsibility
Door charge is RMB 100, free for Chamber members.
Click here to see the details on the EU Chamber’s site.
This 2-hour learning event last Thursday at the Shanghai Bankers Club received great feedback from the 20 representatives from our past and prospective cooperation partners. The workshop highlighted the difference between Autocratic, Democratic and Visionary leadership styles, the way each leader uses a combination of these styles, and how each of these styles correspond with the corporate culture of a company.