SLID with Carl Bates on the Law of Three Hats – The Foundation of Extreme Business Success

SLID with Carl Bates on the Law of Three Hats – The Foundation of Extreme Business Success

 

Shareholder-managers so often do not truly understand the different ‘hats’ that they wear within their own company – in particular the three ‘hats’ of shareholder, director and manager. Carl Bates challenges his audiences to understand these different roles and the critical distinctions that must be applied, in order to succeed. It is through understanding this specific law that shareholders/managers commence a journey to true business development, growth and extreme success.

 

This full day workshop organized by the Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID), to “Achieve Extreme Business Success” with Carl Bates is scheduled for the 29th of October from 8.30am to 5pm at the Liberty Ballroom of the Ramada Hotel. Carl will be flying in from Johannesburg to conduct this workshop taking you on a journey to understand how to increase the skill knowledge and ability of the Board of Directors empowering you to effectively fulfill your role overcoming the risk of business failure. The aim of this workshop is for participants to gain an in-depth working and practical model that privately-held and family-held companies can use to implement governance effectively to support their business success. Carl’s entertaining style vast business and directorship knowledge, and personal and family experiences deliver a powerful message – challenging you to shift your thinking, increase your vision and create sustainable value.

 

Carl is an entrepreneur, passionate about empowering business owners to break through the barriers that confine them to a life of long hours, hard work and little reward. He has transformed the attitudes and practices of business owners around the world, challenging them to create a business legacy they can be proud of and supporting them to see the potential and the possibilities for their own business. He focuses on ensuring areas of growth are identified and shareholder value is maximised.

 

He is an international expert on the education and implementation of enterprise governance in small and medium businesses and privately-held companies. He is a strategic advisor for a variety of companies and a key note speaker.

 

Carl graduated with a Bachelor Business Studies First Class Honours Degree (Accountancy) and a Graduate Diploma in Business Studies (Finance) from Massey University, New Zealand. He was named a Massey Alumni and a Freemason Scholar and awarded the Allan Gibson and New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants Wanganui Branch Scholarships. He is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

 

He is an experienced independent director and chairman with great insight into the operation of companies and how they can create long-term value for stakeholders, clients and shareholders. He is a strategic thinker and astute businessman, with a strong understanding for the numbers. Carl's inherent commercial ability enables him to inform and empower fellow business owners. His depth of understanding and insight leaves his audiences inspired and motivated to climb to new heights.

 

Carl's extensive experience leading a variety of different businesses as well as his global perspective makes him the ultimate business mentor! Through his failures and ‘learning cycles’ he empowers you not to make the same mistakes and ultimately achieve extreme business success faster. His questions and insights enable those he mentors to address the key problems and identify solutions that facilitate real change. Carl's guidance removes the fears that can paralyse a business leader and unlocks real business value.He has authored the books, the Laws of Extreme Business Success and Traversing the Avalanche which is a practical guide that should be of great assistance to the shareholders anddirectors of SMEs and private companies to understand their respective roles.

 

The Platinum sponsor of the workshop is HSBC Bank with Hemas Hospital coming in with the Bronze sponsorship and the Exclusive Print Media sponsor being the Daily FT and the Daily Mirror. For more details on this event please call the SLID Secretariat at 011 2301646/8 or on email to opsiod@sltnet.lk

 

Shareholder-managers so often do not truly understand the different ‘hats’ that they wear within their own company – in particular the three ‘hats’ of shareholder, director and manager. Carl Bates challenges his audiences to understand these different roles and the critical distinctions that must be applied, in order to succeed. It is through understanding this specific law that shareholders/managers commence a journey to true business development, growth and extreme success.

 

This full day workshop organized by the Sri Lanka Institute of Directors (SLID), to “Achieve Extreme Business Success” with Carl Bates is scheduled for the 29th of October from 8.30am to 5pm at the Liberty Ballroom of the Ramada Hotel. Carl will be flying in from Johannesburg to conduct this workshop taking you on a journey to understand how to increase the skill knowledge and ability of the Board of Directors empowering you to effectively fulfill your role overcoming the risk of business failure. The aim of this workshop is for participants to gain an in-depth working and practical model that privately-held and family-held companies can use to implement governance effectively to support their business success. Carl’s entertaining style vast business and directorship knowledge, and personal and family experiences deliver a powerful message – challenging you to shift your thinking, increase your vision and create sustainable value.

 

Carl is an entrepreneur, passionate about empowering business owners to break through the barriers that confine them to a life of long hours, hard work and little reward. He has transformed the attitudes and practices of business owners around the world, challenging them to create a business legacy they can be proud of and supporting them to see the potential and the possibilities for their own business. He focuses on ensuring areas of growth are identified and shareholder value is maximised.

 

He is an international expert on the education and implementation of enterprise governance in small and medium businesses and privately-held companies. He is a strategic advisor for a variety of companies and a key note speaker.

 

Carl graduated with a Bachelor Business Studies First Class Honours Degree (Accountancy) and a Graduate Diploma in Business Studies (Finance) from Massey University, New Zealand. He was named a Massey Alumni and a Freemason Scholar and awarded the Allan Gibson and New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants Wanganui Branch Scholarships. He is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.

 

He is an experienced independent director and chairman with great insight into the operation of companies and how they can create long-term value for stakeholders, clients and shareholders. He is a strategic thinker and astute businessman, with a strong understanding for the numbers. Carl's inherent commercial ability enables him to inform and empower fellow business owners. His depth of understanding and insight leaves his audiences inspired and motivated to climb to new heights.

 

Carl's extensive experience leading a variety of different businesses as well as his global perspective makes him the ultimate business mentor! Through his failures and ‘learning cycles’ he empowers you not to make the same mistakes and ultimately achieve extreme business success faster. His questions and insights enable those he mentors to address the key problems and identify solutions that facilitate real change. Carl's guidance removes the fears that can paralyse a business leader and unlocks real business value.He has authored the books, the Laws of Extreme Business Success and Traversing the Avalanche which is a practical guide that should be of great assistance to the shareholders anddirectors of SMEs and private companies to understand their respective roles.