Tamworth Business Chamber challenges businesses to “Get in the Go-Zone” for 2018
The Tamworth Business Chamber today announced its first event for 2018 and is throwing down a challenge to business owners and employers.
The Chamber will host Mark Mckeon, one of Australia's leading work life balance and team cohesion advocates at a special “Get In The Go Zone” breakfast event for local business on Tuesday 20th Feb, 7am at Quality Hotel Powerhouse.
To encourage local businesses to bring their teams along, Tamworth Business Chamber President Jye Segboer is providing a BUY TWO TICKETS GET THIRD FREE* offer for this marquee event.
“We are starting our 2018 Program of events with a focus on teams and productivity. Our events usually attract business leaders and individual staff members, but we would love to see local organisations really get behind this and bring their teams along.”
“As an employer myself, I am fully aware that the success of my business depends on a happy and effective team. The value of this should not be underestimated and I challenge all business owners and employers to recognise this and be part of this special event. What better way to set intention for the year.”
The “Get In The Go Zone” Program helps people be more effective and more resilient. Ideal for teams and anyone focused on sustainable peak performance.
The “Go Zone” is all about being able to change 'gears' with periods of absolute focus on the most important things without excuse or distraction (Go Zones), longer periods of lower intensity that are still productive but less stressful (Slow Zones) and crucial times of guilt free and enjoyable recovery (No Zones). The “Go Zone is much more than time management. It's work effectiveness, boosting resilience and getting every drop out of life.
Mark presents keynotes and tailored sessions, and along with his team, conduct workshops and conference programs in Lifestyle, Team Building and Leadership. Mark is Consulting Editor to 'Ultra-Fit' Magazine, both in Australia and the U.K. He also reaches over 1.5 million people monthly through his columns in ‘The Age’, 'Panorama' and various other publications. His second book, ‘Work a Little Less, Live a Little More’ has become the bible for work life balance in corporate Australia. Mark is the author of the Healthy Lifestyle book 'Every Day Counts', the first book ever to be endorsed by the Australian Government's Health Promotion arm, 'Active Australia'. Mark's Every Day Counts program has also been ratified by fitness bodies throughout Australia.
Mark was Fitness and Team Building Coach at AFL team Collingwood for fourteen years. Collingwood also outsourced its entire fitness and training function to Mark's team. He acted as Collingwood's Club Runner for the AFL record of more than 250 games. He also worked with Victoria in the State of Origin Series on five occasions.
*Employees from same organisation only. Members and Non-Members.