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.
Scroll down to pick up some valuable team development tips.
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
Here is a brief video presentation that provides a summary of a project I recently undertook to identify leadership programs on offer across remote, rural and regional Australia. The project was initiated by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal. (FRRR) In this presentation you’ll find out how projects are […]Read More
Gordon certainly has his critics. His frickin’ foul language can be a bit off-putting for some. Others think he’s too aggro. I think he’s got lots to teach us – especially about teams. We’ve been watching his ‘Costa del Mar Nightmares’ and loving it. I like the way we see […]Read More
What’s so special about you? Are you in business, working within government, not for profits or corporate organisations? I can guarantee that you have two common barriers that you’ll need to overcome in connecting with your clients: 1. The time that they have available to see the value in what […]Read More
If you want to design effective events you need to learn how to grab and engage people! Here’s four simple tips to help you run effective events: Be clear on the purpose of the event and make sure this guides your event design. This should also be clearly communicated […]Read More
It can be difficult for community groups to maintain and foster strong leadership teams and having the right mix of suitably skilled and qualified people on committees can be a critical long-term success factor. I recently joined FRRR CEO, Alexandra Gartmann, and Victorian Community Leadership Program Secretariat, Katrina Baddely, to […]Read More
Thanks for joining! I really enjoyed the webinar and your fantastic questions. Remember we covered: The four-step structure to grab your target audience’s attention and get them to take action, Some innovative approaches to your event marketing, and A range of cost-effective tools to break through the information clutter that […]Read More