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Ananzi's leader liaison, South Africa's leading search engine and information portal, has joined forces with Leader Academy, an internationally based leadership development company to provide an opportunity for executives to attend a briefing on the academy's world-renowned training programmes.
The briefing is to provide background information on the Leader Academy's two week course, which begins the week after the briefing.

The intense six module course is specifically targeted to the executive who will gain valuable expertise in achieving highly synergistic results with people. The course concentrates on equipping the executive with skills so that he/she can synthesise both academic as well as practical knowledge into both their personal and professional lives. The executive's newly found skills will integrated human competencies, which is achieved through a profound understanding of oneself as well as others, the ability to work in synergy with others and transformational changes for the future.

Mr Domien van Gool of the Leader Academy comments: "A corporate culture can change overnight, provided those in power change their Human Operating System overnight..."

The briefing takes place on the 8th November 2006 in Bryanston Johannesburg.

Ananzi's Managing Director, Mr Mark Buwalda, explains: "We are proud to be associated with this world recognised institution and are convinced it will provide a platform for South African business men and women who want to lead their companies to dazzling heights."

To take part in the breakfast briefing, please visit or alternatively, visit and click on the Leader Academy banner on the homepage. You can also call Domien van Gool on either 083 306 4664 or contact him via email at
10 Oct 2006 14:10




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