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CANCELLED: Influencing for impact
Join 15 participants and experience high-quality learning

The art of influence sits at the heart of effective leadership. Great leaders influence the ways others think and feel about an issue. They create change through their ability to influence. Successful influencers achieve what they do through their personal values, an ability to find solutions that work for stakeholders, intelligent advocacy and smart communication. During this fast-paced, interactive session, the facilitator will focus on the personal attributes that will help you influence others, as well as how you can impact leading a team or project.


You will benefit by
-  enhancing your ability to influence others and gain greater self-awareness
-  understanding effective stakeholder relations matters when managing projects
-  developing your ability to influence and lead others


 

Your facilitator

Jill Calder has extensive experience in strategic communication, encompassing corporate, government and community sectors, and has worked at leading Australian consultancies and top 50 listed companies during her career. She specialises in communication strategy, stakeholder engagement, issues management and community/media relations. Jill delivers training in presentation and effective writing for clients in the public and private sectors. She has won Australian and international awards for her work and is a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA), an Honorary Fellow of Leadership Victoria and a graduate of the Williamson Community Leadership Program. Jill graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons).


Venue
Cliftons Sydney
60 Margaret Street
Sydney  NSW  2000


Date
Friday 28 June 2019


Time
9.00am - 5.00pm


Price (Incl GST)

$980 – Member
$1,130 – Non Member



Bookings
Bookings are essential, closing Sunday 28 April 2019 (unless sold out prior)



RACMA Leadership & Management Curriculum Framework skills covered in this workshop: