HR Leader reveals some of the latest products and services for HR professionals
Every day decisions that determine an organisation’s future direction, its priorities and performance ride on the
oral communication skills of its leaders. Research shows that our voices and our expressive ability have
immense power to influence the outcome of any interaction. Put bluntly, the economic success of a company
depends on how effectively those in leadership positions use his or her communication skills.
The Theatre of Leadership™ is a unique training company combining leading–edge leadership research and
practice with presence training, voice and speech skills and performance techniques to help managers, executives
and CEO’s develop the expressive skills to communicate, lead, and influence on the business stage. This involves
developing skills that go far beyond what is traditionally taught as presentation skills. The focus is on helping
leaders connect, engage, persuade and inspire. Today the world wants authenticity, interest, substance and style
from its leaders. Everyone needs more presence, charisma, influence and impact. Especially those in leadership
To take your leadership communication skills to the next level of performance, call the Theatre of
Leadership on (03) 96996444, visit www.theatreofleadership.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. ‘The Workforce Planning Imperative’
Due for release April 2010
Workforce Planning is no longer an emerging issue….it is now a business imperative with businesses of all sizes
holding the CEO or Board of Directors accountable for evidence based workforce planning. It is however a new
discipline which requires new skill and knowledge. Following the success of her first book ‘An introduction to
workforce planning – are you ready for crunch time’? (2008) Julie Sloan offers a straight forward, user friendly
but more comprehensive workforce planning book with practical information, tools, templates and resources.
An essential book for all personnel designated responsibility for Workforce Planning regardless of the size of the
Julie Sloan, Director Workforce Planning Australia. Author The Workforce Planning Imperative (2010) An
introduction to Workforce Planning (2008) and principle author of the inaugural Standards Australia
Guidelines on Workforce Planning. (2008) for more information /to order please visit
3. How people and processes can drive or limit change
Making Change Happen, a new program designed by AGSM Executive Programs, will challenge participants to
shape and implement organisational change.
In two interlinked modules, participants will develop and improve their change management capabilities
through effective leadership, planning and communication. Participants will bring a live change project to the
program which they will work on under the guidance of expert faculty. Through simulations and executive
coaching participants will sharpen their ability to manage resistance and buy-in. NIDA Corporate Performance will
introduce communication techniques essential to be an effective ‘change agent’.Making Change Happen starts on
12th May 2010 in Sydney.
Contact AGSM Executive Programs to find out more about this program: Phone: 1300 692 476 Email: email@example.com Web: www.agsm.edu.au/mch
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