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Sharing Brian Chernett’s ideas for success in the current economic climate – by Gordon Bromley

The members of my Surrey-based leadership group, Entrepreneurs Board 8, enjoyed an engaging and thought-provoking session from Academy for Chief Executives’ founder, Brian Chernett, recently.

Brian Chernett

Brian Chernett

With over 40 years’ experience of leading businesses himself and coaching business leaders, and following publication of his new book, ‘The Entrepreneur Within‘, Brian perfectly combined his relaxed style with immense practical experience to deliver his top 20 ideas for success in the current economic uncertainty.

As the founder of The Academy for Chief Executives (ACE) Brian knows exactly what an ACE audience is looking for from our speakers and delivered the key requirements of genuine new learning, challenging ideas and practical advice that members could confidently take away and implement back in their own businesses superbly. Of the many leadership imperatives passionately advocated by Brian three stood out for my group on the day:-

  • As a leader the critical importance of entertaining only positive thoughts and projecting a positive attitude to staff at all times
  • Turn your fixed costs into variable costs wherever possible to survive the toughest downturn and emerge stronger than ever in the recovery
  • Ensure all your staff are ’10’s, the market for finding great new people has never been better.

A great session.

Gordon Bromley

Gordon Bromley

Gordon Bromley is Chairman of Surrey groups Academy Group 14 and Entrepreneurs Board 8, centred in the Kingston, Twickenham, Walton, Woking and Guildford areas of South West London and Surrey.

He brings to ACE a wealth of hands on leadership experience gained over 25 years in board level commercial and MD positions in both major multinational PLC and SME companies. With CEO members from a wide range of different industries the Surrey group is already an outstanding forum of business leaders but remains keen to hear from potential members – interested CEO’s, MD’s and business owners will be welcome to attend a complimentary meeting, just contact Gordon. Visit Gordon Bromley’s Group Page >>

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