Shaw and Partners hosts an exclusive boardroom lunch with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles News25 Jul 2019

Today Shaw and Partners hosted an exclusive boardroom lunch for 30 clients and Advisers in conjunction with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

 

Guests heard from Coach Des Hasler, Head of High Performance Don Singe and Club Statistician Michael Kulen.

 

Mr Hasler spoke about the importance of strong leadership, accountability, culture and lifelong learning in high performance environments.

 

Shaw and Partners is proud to have forged a strong partnership with the Sea Eagles. The synergies between our two brands are reflected in our shared community-minded focus and emphasis on accountability, integrity and respect which underpin our work in our respective fields.

 

View photos of the event

 

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