Scottish business leaders urged to focus on visionary leadership

Glamis Castle

BUSINESS leaders looking to make transformational changes this financial year are being urged to focus on visionary leadership to unleash the power of their teams and increase commercial success.

Helen Mill, Director of The Alternative Board (TAB) North East Scotland is helping MDs and CEOs drive their businesses forward faster.  Working alongside over 20 local businesses, she believes visionary leadership is critical to giving business leaders the motivation and direction to succeed:

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“It is very easy to allow the everyday stresses of running a business to eclipse the broader vision that leaders need to have in order to have transformational impact,” commented Helen Mill, Director of TAB North East Scotland.  “With many leaders now managing hybrid teams it’s important they understand the skills required to create an equitable workplace and ensure every team member is positioned for success.  By helping MDs and CEOs identify their leadership style and unleash the power within their team, we can set tangible goals to unlock even greater commercial success.  We are delighted with the results this is generating for our TAB members across the region and would love to help even more local businesses and entrepreneurs.” 

Next month, TAB is inviting business leaders to historic Glamis Castle where it will be hosting a free Uncomplicate It Mastermind event on leadership. The full day event will guide business owners and CEOs through the skills and strategies needed to take their organisations to the next level.

“Often to move forward in business we need to look back which is why Glamis Castle with its rich history is such an appropriate location for this event,” added Helen. “The day will aim to produce transformational change by giving participants tangible steps to reach desired outcomes.  I’m confident that it will be a hugely beneficial day for business leaders and I look forward to welcoming attendees to Glamis Castle.”

Running from 10am – 4pm on 1 May, the Mastermind event will include refreshments and lunch with the opportunity for attendees to network and enjoy the Castle’s stunning gardens. For more information and to register interest in attending please click here.

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