LeadersWalk: Johannesburg – 19 June 2019

The Leaders’ Walk has been created to nurture the development of aspiring leaders and to help them unlock their future potential. This is done during an interactive networking breakfast that will encourage meaningful engagement and dialogue.

Each table is hosted by a leader in their field who imparts knowledge, experience and words of wisdom to the table, while directing the conversation.

Steph Vermeulen

Steph Vermeulen

19 June 2019, 07h30 – 10h30

Guest Speaker
Steph Vermeulen
Professional Training & Coaching
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Nedbank Private Wealth
Parking reference : REF:265740i
Visitors Parking Entrance 4,
accessed via Ned Lane (Of Fredman Drive)

Cost: R495 plus VAT per person.
Numbers for this event are limited to 58 attendees and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Register here

Colleen Larsen
Phone: 0843539865

RSVP by 10 June 2019.

Sponsored by Nedbank Private Wealth.

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Speaker profile

In a nutshell, Steph inspires people to develop a healthy appetite for what she terms the exhilarating disruptive revolution. Three times published, she has been a leading pioneer in the field of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for two decades and her boundless energy makes her an acclaimed speaker and facilitator. Steph takes her responsibility seriously to keep up-to-date with inspiring breakthroughs about the human brain and – even though her work is rooted in science – she emphasises the practical application of Personal Intelligence (EQ + IQ).

Steph was one of the first practitioners to introduce the practical application of EQ into her seminars in 1996 and her bestselling book – EQ: Emotional Intelligence for Everyone – followed in 1999. She is an entrepreneur who develops material for both business and public applications. She has a passion for teaching people to grow into their potential and gives insight into the mental and emotional habits that inhibit progress while providing tools for behavioural change.

With a lifelong zeal for empowering women, Steph launched her second book: Stitched up:  Who fashions women’s lives? in November 2004. This book emerged from seminars she developed to specifically deal with the emotional challenges women face as a consequence of female socialisation. This book was published in the USA in 2007 under the title:  Kill the Princess. She has an academic background in formal psychology and her witty and insightful presentations have, over the past 20 years, made a meaningful impact on thousands of people’s livesShe has empowered audiences in Southern Africa, the US, Europe, Middle East and India.