We have a strong focus on team development and building the skills of your people using a combination of our hands-on real-world experience backed by sound theory.
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You can also click below to find out more about our team development workshops that will enable your staff to advance their skills, gain direction and get results. They are all part of what we call the RADAR program. Read more
Get your team involved in our in house professional development workshops When you’re part of the RADAR program, you’ll have unprecedented access to a professional team whose members each have over 20 years’ experience in group facilitation and stakeholder engagement. The in-house professional development workshops have been developed and delivered […]Read More
Here are two real life examples of how a customer experience is critical to enjoyment of your product I travel a lot with my consulting work – customer experience is important to me. I have a second life in hospitality. I love good food. So I’m always on the lookout […]Read More
Aim of the Communicate to Influence workshop The Communicate to Influence workshop will enable your team to improve their influence through stronger self-awareness and effective communication skills. Workshop outcomes By completing the Communicate to Influence workshop, participants will be able to: Build stronger awareness of self to improve influence Understand […]Read More
A myth that needs busting – a successful presentation is only seen on TedEx Sure, these are super-engaging with a great following. But you can easily match them through having a sound design process to develop your own successful presentation. Step 1. Begin with the end in mind Be clear […]Read More
What’s to learn from Rural Leadership Programs The environmental scan report that I undertook for the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal has just been released. The purpose of the report is to provide a better understanding of the program offerings and reach of rural, regional and remote leadership […]Read More
Four simple tips to help you get your event design right Be clear on the purpose of the event design and make sure this guides you throughout. This should also be clearly communicated to your target audience. Use Adult Learning Principles to design the event activities. Remember we […]Read More