Giving you the right track to run on

The Risk Workshop Australian Roadshow 2019

When you register for my Risk Workshop this year you will immediately be sent a free copy of my book “The Risk Workshop”. Reading the book before the live workshop will mean you will get a lot more out of the workshop. The workshop itself will give you a track to run on for every step of the initial client engagement process and it will leave no stone unturned.

In addition to 6 CPD POINTS, these are the outcomes you can expect to get from attending this workshop:-

 1) Get a structured track to run on for every step in the client engagement process

2) Obtain a host of simple, usable and practical engagement tools that will add real value to your risk advice process

3) Become empowered to create a paradigm shift in the way your clients view proper personal protection

4) Learn how to effectively walk the tightrope between client friendly and compliant

5) Understand the key difference between creating a quality experience for your clients and just completing a transaction

6) Become enabled at lowering the bar substantially when overcoming the price barrier

7) Embrace new terminology that no longer creates a negative perception on the part of your clients

8) Acquire new techniques for building more meaningful and lasting client relationships

So whether you are an old hand in the risk advice space in need of a "refresher" and wanting to plug some gaps or strengthen some weak links in your client engagement process or a new "kid on the block" who wants to embrace a client friendly engagement process from start to finish, REGISTER FOR THE RISK WORKSHOP NOW to get your free copy of the book and look forward to coming to the live performance on Thursday, 25 July. 


Register for your City using the links below.
Cost: $495 + GST per person
Earlybird: $440 + GST per person
Time: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Brisbane -  Tuesday, 23 July

Melbourne - Thursday, 25 July

Adelaide - Tuesday, 30 July

Perth - Wednesday, 31 July

Sydney - Friday, 2 August