Build Leaders and Engaged Teams
For over a century, Dale Carnegie has been improving individual and organisational performance around the world. While our training techniques continue to evolve, our core principles remain true to a single vision: real transformation begins within.
The importance of communication, leading through uncertainty and change, building resilience and stakeholder engagement and management has become more crucial than ever.
A recent study showed 75% of HR professionals who reported difficulty in recruiting say there are skill gaps and soft skills are a key missing area that requires focus and development.
Continual Professional Development Training
How We Can Assist
The Professional Development Pathway
The ultimate objective of our Continuing Professional Development program for Government is the consistent delivery of high quality leaders who are equipped to engage others to innovate, collaborate and create change.
Build Your Own Custom Learning Journeys
Build a single course or a learning pathway tailored to your team and your organisation to create an innovative, relevant and purposeful solution.
Our Dale Carnegie team have extensive expertise in Core Competency understanding, practical leadership experience, and development of adult interactive course materials. The team of experts adhere to the ISO 9001 customisation process to map the pathway as they:
Link products, job responsibilities, performance metrics and service objectives into learning
Develop key performance evaluators
Select the appropriate Competency Based Modules to match the needs of the participants
Create the necessary exercises, analogies and workshops
Adjust the phraseology and language to match your culture and existing frameworks
Add appropriate graphics and branding to support your look and feel
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Excellence in Government
The pandemic has forced the adoption of new ways of working. Councils and Public Sector are now re-imagining their work and the role of offices in creating safe, productive, and enjoyable jobs and lives for employees.
The skills gap isn’t going away or fixing itself—over 50% of respondents feel that skills shortages have worsened or greatly worsened in their organisations in the last two years.
It is essential that a broad range of leadership capabilities are required to navigate the increasing complexity in the Public Service.
This includes engaging others to innovate, collaborate and create change, while building the skills needed to work productively, ethically, respectfully and inclusively in the work place.
Dealing with Change
Working in Teams
Breaking Down Silos