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Three Keys Brings You Sandy Geyer

When:

Thu 12 Jun 2014, 3:30pm–6:00pm

Where: Hotel Coachman, 140 Fitzherbert Avenue, Palmerston North

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Casual entry (Sandy only): $45.00
  • Season pass (Sandy + next speaker): $85.00
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An author, an entrepreneurial success, and a multinational private mentor across a variety of industries - three things that make Sandy Geyer a triple triumph. She has built up her own company from scratch, owns another and has founded two training practices. Sandy is the epitome of a leading lady taking charge of her own destiny, whilst inspiring others to follow theirs.

Sandy possesses dynamic knowledge and is filled with passion, having a great enthusiasm for all the challenges of business. She is more than qualified in her field with a degree in Industrial Psychology (BA), her DISC communication trainer certification, and as an accredited speaker (ASM) with the National Speakers Association of NZ (NSANZ). Sandy has taken this theory and put it into practice with her own spin, shown through her successful experiences in running her very own companies with a solid 18 years of experience.

Her career may expand across the globe, but she is returning to good ol' Palmerston North to share her learning with you.

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