Biz expert to speak at leadership seminar

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Friday, February 14, 2014

"A GREAT leader surrounds himself with people who are smarter. And in the process, the people make the leader smarter."

With a number of inspirational speakers out there, words such as these make Francis Kong a cut above the rest.

A regular guest as a business expert in the hit morning news show Umagang kay Ganda, Kong is also a recipient of the 2006 Gold Quill Philippine Award for public speaking back by The International Association of Business Communicators.


A successful motivational speaker for years, Kong is co-founder of Inspire Leadership Consultancy along with Anthony Pangilinan.

One can finally experience Kong's inspirational words on March 1, 2014 at SMX Convention Center at SM Lanang with Culture of Personal Excellence (Cope) an all-day leadership seminar aimed to empower one's confidence and discipline in the workplace.

Focusing on acquiring a purpose driven entrepreneurial mindset, Culture of Personal Excellence encourages growth in one's self to inspire growth in their company.

With best-selling books such as "One Day at a Time" and "The Early Bird Catches the Worm," Francis Kong's focus is not only on helping others achieve excellence in their role in the organization but excellence as an individual makes his leadership seminars go beyond applying into business and applied to life.

This event is organized K Magis Advertising and Productions (K-MAP) located at Atheno Business Center. For more details please contact us at 0933-3625512 or 0919-3659089 or email us at

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 15, 2014.


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