The DISC Profile is the most widely used behavioural model in the world. Effective and productive teams need a mixture of different behavioural types, each person being in a position to make a real contribution; given their unique strengths, knowledge, skills and experience.
Ballarat; Brisbane; Canberra; Melbourne; North Sydney; Strathfield: 29 May
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This workshop is designed to assist academic staff to work with the new generic and extended unit outline templates introduced in 2017. Staff will be given an overview of the drivers behind the new documents, explore their new features and be given a hands on opportunity to develop generic outlines.
Module 1: The Project – This module explores the value of approaching supervision from a project perspective. We examine strategies, tools and resources for higher degree project management giving participants an opportunity to collaboratively develop their own pedagogy of supervision.
Further information https://research.acu.edu.au/2016/09/3150/
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The ability to negotiate in a professional manner is a vital skill we all need to achieve results in a range of business interactions. When you understand how to effectively negotiate you can plan and achieve better outcomes in every situation.
ACU's Negotiation Leadership course is a unique 2-day program facilitated by globally renowned industry expert and author Stephen Kozicki.