Launceston leads the way!


Here’s to some great courses coming up in Launceston – Managing People and Performance and Writing for Government in plain language.


Both these courses are now confirmed, but still have places available for any ‘late starters’. You can register online or give us a call on 6232 7511 for more information.


Also confirmed are the Assertive Communication and Conflict Resolution and Leading with Emotional Intelligence courses in Hobart.


And one of the most interesting speakers on leadership and change, Dr Dean Parham, is heading our way. Dean served for five years as the Chief Adviser to the President of Madagascar, leading one of the most innovative development reforms in Africa. He has also facilitated leadership development initiatives in countries including (but not limited to) Nigeria, Brunei, East Timor and the Middle East. His presentation Leadership for a Fractured World is not to be missed!


And finally a call to project managers and team members for our two day Project Management Essentials course, starting soon in Hobart.


More information is in the attached newsletter.


Happy reading!


TTC Team





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