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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUNDOWNER
Michael and Angela Sanderson-Green
Founders - The Experience Lab

Performance Management

 26 June 2018
 
AIM WA 2018 Open Programs Guide
2018
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160+ Business and
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UPCOMING PROGRAMS, SEMINARS & EVENTS

June, 2018
  • This program focuses on expanding your knowledge of Excel’s functions and understanding how to write well-structured formulas.

  • This program is designed to improve conflict resolution skills by examining what conflict is and how conflict affects people. Participants will examine positive and negative conflicts and decide how conflict can be dealt with in their work and personal lives. The program will examine some basic communication strategies and will promote the development of negotiation and influencing skills.

  • The ability to write clearly and effectively is a critical professional skill. This program will assist participants to plan, organise and structure their writing to achieve better results with written business communications. Through the practical application of writing and editing skills, participants will learn to write documents that are reader oriented and communicate clearly and effectively.

  • This program will provide the Contract Supervisor with the necessary competencies to satisfy the minimum site requirements for working on a BHP site. They will therefore, cover the critical areas of effective safety leadership, managing operations and people, and on-site management of a Safe System of Work. The four competencies covered during the program have been matched to the internal Operating Discipline Standards as developed by BHP.
  • When contracts go wrong they can cost organisations an enormous amount in people, time, money and reputation.

    This program explores the legal framework and the most significant risks within a contract to help offset the exposure of the organisation to potential losses.
  • Join us at this highly interactive Sundowner and watch a performance management process unfold in real time. shape what you see and positively change the characters' behaviours.
  • This program introduces you to the most important features of Microsoft Excel. You will learn how to design, format and print spreadsheets, how to create charts and how to develop formulas and functions.
  • The increased pace of life in the workplace and at home is placing mounting pressure on workers. To thrive in this environment, it is important to recognise that identifying the real priorities in our work life requires altering attitudes and thinking patterns.

    This practical program aims to equip participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to face choosing and setting priorities head-on.

  • This program follows on from the Applied Project Management program for those wanting to gain the Diploma of Project Management. It covers the higher level skills required of project managers to manage the project governance, procurement, costs and people. Participants will be stretched beyond the role of team member to accepting responsibility for the project, its outcomes and ultimately, its success.
  • Organisations are challenged to survive financially and even thrive in a dynamic economic environment. Marketing plays a key role in addressing these challenges through identifying and meeting human and social needs. This program blends proven marketing approaches with a focus on contemporary challenges, resources and tools.

    Participants will be able to align organisational strategy with high-level marketing strategies such as customer experience mapping and the design of value propositions.

    If you intend to gain the BSB52415 Diploma of Marketing and Communication, you must complete the core units of the BSB42415 Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication or BSBSS00077 Marketing and Communication Foundations Skill Set before attending the Marketing and Communication with Online and Social Media program.

  • Many industries have a need for technical writers and editors. In this program you will learn through exercises and case studies how to write in a technical style that is both professional and user-friendly and how to structure a manual for maximum impact. The program shows you how to reach your target audience and how to present your documentation professionally.

  • The challenges we face at work are unprecedented and multiplying.  They include economic hurdles; unprecedented volatility in our external environments; tougher performance measurements; the demand for immediate, round-the-clock responsiveness; and the constant need to do more with less.

    These challenges are not insurmountable.  But sometimes we need a circuit breaker. Which is exactly what this seminar delivers!   Led by internationally best-selling author and mindfulness coach David Michie, this one day seminar will introduce you to a full range of mindfulness tools to suit people with a wide variety of temperaments and challenges.

  • Smart organisations and leaders will embrace uncertainty and turn it into a competitive advantage through the strategic use of innovation.

    Through the latest research, case studies and activities, this practical program will equip participants with the vital skills and knowledge necessary to ensure that creative and innovative approaches become a natural way of thinking and doing within their organisation.

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Spotting self-doubters key to productivity Jun 10 2018
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Mental health stigma is holding back progress Jun 06 2018
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Networking doesn't need to be awkward Jun 03 2018
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