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
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
How to Design an Effective Presentation The four styles of people that will be attending your presentation and how to design to meet their needs Why you need to watch this video People within your audience will have a different behavioural style to yours. Each with a different need You […]Read More
Overcoming the ‘your survey sucks’ blues Let’s be clear from the start. This isn’t a theory lesson. This is based on experience, hard-earned experience! You’ll know that I’m heavily involved in the Facilitators Inner Circle, which provides fantastic (IMHO) resources who needs to run meetings and workshops. In the start-up […]Read More
Lots of people are nervous about public speaking. Being well prepared is the key way to better manage your nerves and be in control when you’re in the spotlight. Knowing what pushes your buttons can help you design a presentation with real impact. Equally important is knowing what pushes the […]Read More