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Robin Sharma

  • Alexander Hotel Twin Towers Barba Center Bulevardul Pipera 1/VI, Voluntari Bucharest, 077190 Romania (map)

On September 17, Robin Sharma, one of the world's top leadership experts, will be back to Bucharest for another great talk with Romanians. For 150 minutes, Sharma will share his thoughts on leadership and personal development: 

  • Best practices of "leaders who have no title"
  • Best performance tactics to have outstanding professional results in these highly competitive times
  • Successful strategies and tactics used by top international companies to become more popular on the international market
  • The 4 basic keys to achieve high performance in a team and to develop a strong organizational culture in the company
  • Personal leadership lessons to remain strong in the middle of turmoil and focused in times of uncertainty
 Robin Sharma

Robin Sharma

The former litigation attorney, Robin Sharma, who has spent the last fifteen years lecturing on principles of leadership and techniques, helping organizations and professionals all over the world build meaningful and long-lasting success.  

Bogdan Comanescu and Andy Szekely, two top Romanian trainers and public speakers will also share their thoughts on leadership. 


Get your ticket

There are four types of tickets available, ranging from Euro 359€ - 889€(+VAT). If you decide to buy the ticket online now, using SILVER50 code, you can get the cheapest ticket for 179€ only (just 50 tickets available). 

For an order of more than 5 tickets, you can get a discount,yet you'll have to contact the organizer. 


Robin Sharma's books


Sharma's books are published in 62 countries and translated in 75 languages turning him into one of the most read authors in the world.

As of 2011 Amazon is selling Robin Sharma pack, which includes six of his books (The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari; The Greatness Guide; Leadership Wisdom; Who Will Cry When You Die?; MegaLiving: 30 Days To A Perfect Life; Family Wisdom).

Later Event: September 24
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