Local resident speaks at United Arab Emirates

From Weaving Influence PR firm:

Asheville, N.C– Local resident and business owner Bill Treasurer was honored to serve as a guest speaker last week in United Arab Emirates. During a five-day training program sponsored by the Protocol School of Washington, Treasurer, a best-selling author and nationally recognized expert, presented on Courageous Leadership, a concept his company Giant Leap Consulting coaches on globally.

Treasurer’s talk on courage fit perfectly with the annual International Protocol Manager Training Program. A key offering of The Protocol School of Washington, participants of the program gain a broad understanding of functional business, government, and international protocol as well as focus on building strong personal leadership including confidence and courage.

Treasurer says of his visit, “There are great cultural and transformational shifts occurring in the Middle East right now. Courage is needed now more than any other time in recent history. I found the United Arab Emirates to be an impressive country made up of honorable and courageous people.”

Treasurer was invited to serve as the guest speaker during the comprehensive training when the school’s CEO Pamela Eyring discovered his company’s offerings through an article he wrote on Courageous Leadership for Women in Training & Development magazine (published by American Society for Training and Development).


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