Birmingham's Young Professionals

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Birmingham's Young Professionals


With redundancies at an all time high, jobs are not as safe as we would like them to be. What once seemed like a safe and secure career path suddenly appears more competitive than ever. With this in mind, Brefi Group has launched a new Director Development Centre.

The centre provides a variety of services for professionals and can help ensure they stay ahead of the game in the toughest of economic climates. It aims to support and guide aspiring directors and partners as well as helping newly appointed directors and partners achieve their true potential.

The centre offers access to a unique psychometric testing system that defines eight distinct paths to success assessed by an individual's personality.

The system assesses personality, strengths, productivity, values and group behaviour to determine the most natural path to success.

Unlike other profiling systems, Wealth Dynamics relates directly to business roles and the stages of business. Organisations are using it to balance teams whilst individuals are using IT to unlock their true potential and give themselves an edge.

Richard Winfield says, "Success is not something you learn; it is something you accomplish.

Some may be destined to succeed but most do so because they are determined. At the Director Development Centre we offer a range of services that can help an individual achieve their full potential. In the current market sensible people and sensible businesses will be prepared to invest in themselves, so as to ensure they are positioned as strongly as they can be to weather the storm." The Wealth Dynamics profiling system was created by serial entrepreneur Roger Hamilton.

Roger studied a wide range of successful people and discovered the eight distinct paths to success. He then developed the unique system for understanding a personal profile and how to leverage it to realise full potential.

Richard Winfield, head of Brefi Group's Director Development Centre, has studied extensively under Roger Hamilton in Bali and his team now provides training and personal coaching in Wealth Dynamics.

You can obtain your own profile on-line at www.knowyourprofile.

com Call 0845 0678 222 for more information..

The current economic crisis has highlighted a vacuum of mistrust that affects all business and will ensure the behaviour of Boards and their directors remain in the spotlight for some time to come.

Richard Winfield, managing director at Brefi Group and head of the recently launched Director Development Centre looks at the importance of corporate governance and the role good practice can play to help weather the storm. …

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