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Change Management, New World New Rules Workshops take place on the 23 – 24 October 2009 in Sydney.
Over the past 6 years GAMAA has established a reputation for creating workshops that reflect the emerging leadership needs of the print industry.
Acknowledging the many challenges facing both the printing and graphic arts industry as a whole and individual businesses, GAMAA has created a unique two day workshop – Change Management: New World New Rules.
This workshop is designed to assist participants in developing practical and tangible skills that will enable them to embrace the different leadership styles that are needed to effectively manage change – situational, environmental and economic – in order to improve the bottom line.
The Change Management: New World New Rules workshop will focus on:
Resilient leadership – how to align values to meet the changing landscape
Mindsets and optimism – understanding ourselves and our customers
Navigating change in an Australian culture – transitioning successfully
The Australian mindset and its impact on ideas and approaches to change
Giving and receiving feedback – effective methodologies
The presenters for this workshop are John Gibney and Colin Beattie. Both are outstanding practitioners with vast experience in the areas of Change, Organisational Development and Leadership.
To read about the Change Management New World, New Rules programme in depth and to reserve your place visit www.gamaa.net.au/workshop