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What People Have to Say About Empower

This free educational and inspirational seminar took place on 24 May 2016 at the Castle Hill RSL and was presented by Thomas Le Hoang, Wiseberry real estate group CEO. This was our opportunity to share with people in need some great skills, knowledge and experience from our CEO. Having interviewed and trained thousands of people in sales, Thomas realised how much time he would have saved himself had someone given him the right tools from the start.

With Empower being held again on 27th August 2016 at Warwick farm, sit back and experience Empower.

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The Empower Seminar: Press Release

Wiseberry is a real estate franchise group with a strong corporate culture that places considerable importance on the need to care for our communities. We have a unique motto that says “Different in the way we care”. This corporate culture has led to the formation of the Wiseberry Foundation.

The Wiseberry Foundation understands that even the smallest of steps can go a long way and sees itself as incremental to the raising of societal living standards. There are simply too many unhappy people and we ought to do what we can to raise the consciousness of the whole country.

In recent times, we have seen large organisations like Dick Smith going into liquidation resulting in many people losing their jobs. As a society, what do we do to assist those in need of a helping hand? You do not have to go far to see unhappiness.

We have all surely benefited at some point in our lives from some great teaching and training, from an uplifting moment that changed everything. That is what we would like to achieve: Giving the ‘click to people’ so that perhaps they could find their song.

With this in mind, the Wiseberry Foundation has come up with an Educational initiative: Empower Seminar for people seeking employment or looking for direction.

This free educational and inspirational seminar is to take place on 24 May 2016 at the Castle Hill RSL and will be presented by Thomas Le Hoang, Wiseberry real estate group CEO. This is our opportunity to share with people in need some great skills, knowledge and experience from our CEO. Having interviewed and trained thousands of people in sales, Thomas realised how much time he would have saved himself had someone given him the right tools from the start.

The aim of ‘Empower’ is to provide people with an array of useful tools to help them uncover their strengths and find their own song.

This seminar will focus on building confidence when attending a job interview, presentation and verbal skills. As you pay attention to your personal emotions and work on limiting beliefs, we hope to help you ‘click’ and tap into your full potential.

If you, or someone you know, could benefit from this seminar, we invite you to attend.

For further information please contact one of our Wiseberry offices.

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The Empower Seminar

Empower EDM

 

The Wiseberry Foundation’s current initiative is to help people presently looking for employment benefit from an educational seminar on how to learn to sell themselves and get a better understanding of who they are and what they want.

To meet this objective, the Foundation is proposing to present a seminar entitled ‘Empower’ in May 2016 at the Castle Hill RSL.

This event is offered free of charge and is tailored to those who are currently looking for employment. It is also for those young people who have left or will shortly leave school and are looking for direction.

This event will be presented by Thomas Le Hoang; the co-founder of the Wiseberry real estate franchise network and business coach.

 

WHO IS THOMAS?

Just a regular guy. Like everybody, he started from nothing, going from one job to the next, hoping that one day, he was going to meet his destiny. For a while, he struggled to make ends meet, learned from his own experience, often extracting more from his failures than his wins.

Then one day, things changed. His brother had leukemia and he had to go back to Belgium to give his brother some bone marrow. This single event made him realise that life was not about struggle. It was about giving, sharing and extracting the best in us.

Since 1994, he worked on himself, looking for ways to fall in love with his work rather than looking for that perfect job. Within two decades, he went from being a salesperson to running a 24-office real estate franchise.

Having interviewed and trained thousands of people in sales, he realised how much time he would have saved himself had someone given the right tools from the start.

And now it is. His quest with ‘Empower’ is to give an array of useful tools to job seekers and young school leavers. He wants to help them uncover their strengths and find their own song. He urges them to raise their standards and commit to excellence, a highly attractive commodity to all employers. Most of all, it is important to save them time for them to learn new mistakes.

What’s in it for him? In raising the level of consciousness among people, there is no doubt that the country will become better. After all, this is the motherland where his four children will uncover their future. It is his way of giving back some of his blessings. One must feel fortunate when the thought of giving back is possible. It’s his way to pay it forward.

This seminar is therefore about giving people the ‘click’ about who they are and what they want. It will also focus on giving people the confidence they need to attend a job interview by building on their presentation and verbal skills. The course will also cover how to overcome fears, pay attention to emotions and work on limiting beliefs. It is designed to build both skills and attitude.

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