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Purpose, Power, Presence for Middle Managers

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This 2-day course positions middle managers for high performance as business leaders as well as people leaders. Absolutely essential for moving into higher levels, this business focus ensures that participants are seen as having the business savvy needed for advancement.

Upon completion, participants will understand how to close the missing 33% by demonstrating business acumen, put an emphasis on excellence not perfection, gain knowledge on PIE mentoring, align teams by using the language of power and cultivate a leadership brand. 

 

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$ 1,500.00
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We can bring this course to you and even customise the content so that it’s applicable specifically to your work group and industry context.

Find out more about how we can help you and your team with your contract management skills by filling out an enquiry form or calling +61 3 9321 1700.

Is this course for you?

This course has been designed to help individuals middle management position succeed and ensure they are considered as candidates for senior management positions. This course is recommended for women in varying levels of the organisation and anyone connected to the development and advancement of women in an organisation.

Your facilitator for this course

Michelle Redfern

Advancing Women in Leadership Program Facilitator.

Michelle is a current board member of Swinburne Universities Business Without Borders social enterprise and is a former board member of the Gippsland League, the AFL’s largest regional league in Victoria.

Michelle’s corporate career included leading the NAB Supplier Relationship Management transformation program, where she designed and delivered a blueprint for best in class outsourcing, supplier management, governance and innovation processes.

Prior to NAB, Michelle held executive leadership roles in the Telco, BPO and 3PL industries for blue chip companies such as Telstra, Serco and Aegis.

Michelle is an entrepreneurial and innovative businesswoman who is fully committed to and passionate about creating an equal and inclusive world for women.  She has completed an Executive MBA with Distinction at RMIT University, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a self-confessed AFL football tragic and keen traveller.

Tracy Noon

Advancing Women in Leadership Program Facilitator.

Tracy brings extensive international knowledge of contemporary business leadership, HR and Talent Management challenges.

Tracy was previously Hudson’s Global Chief Corporate Services officer, responsible globally for the People, Marketing and Legal functions. She has also held executive positions with TMP Worldwide, AXA and Codan and earlier in her career worked with Hoffmann La-Roche and EY. Tracy has also run successful businesses in Australia and the US.

Tracy is highly passionate about supporting women to be successful through utilising her extensive experience and skill in business transformation, executive coaching, leadership team facilitation, business strategy and planning, business structure optimisation, leadership succession, talent acquisition and retention, performance optimisation, employer branding, career development, cultural awareness and total rewards.

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