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Ingenium Group and Dale Carnegie Australia launch strategic partnership for Canberra

Updated: Mar 11, 2022

Canberra, ACT: March 11, 2022. For Immediate Release

Dale Carnegie, a global professional development training organisation, together with technology services company Ingenium Group, made public the announcement of their strategic partnership for the ACT market.

Ingenium Group is a specialist professional services company which offers ICT services and accreditations across cyber security, systems administration and engineering, business analysis, project management, training, and logistics. Founded 12 years ago, the company provides specialist ICT and cyber security services primarily to the Australian Federal Government with Defence as its major client.

Additionally, they are the Australasian delivery and support agent for Owl Cyber Defense, the provider of the Tactical Chat military communications system, data diodes and cross-domain security solutions used by five eyes, NATO and coalition forces.

Through this partnership, Dale Carnegie and Ingenium clients will leverage a perfect synergy covering the most demanding project briefs. The people development training team of Dale Carnegie will add several capabilities and frameworks encompassing leadership, communications, and soft skills to the Ingenium portfolio of services.

“This new partnership will help us offer our partners and clients – both government and corporate - a wide array of business transformation services that enhance both the technology and process side of the business, as well as the people side. We’re excited to be able to offer the value and benefits of this holistic business view to our clients, backed with extensive experience”, stated Keith Oyston, a founder, and Director of Ingenium Group.

“The Dale Carnegie name is synonymous with professional and leadership development; a reputation earned with our ISO 9001 certification, global reach with over 9 million graduates and by working with partners who bring about transformational change in attitudes and behaviours that result in significant performance shifts.” said Jordan Wang,Director at Dale Carnegie Australia.

“Building on Ingenium’s successes in business technology, we aim to play a role in supporting organisations with the broad range of leadership capabilities required to navigate the increasing complexity, competitiveness and requirement for growth.”

Through a diverse training curriculum offered in-person or live on-line,Dale Carnegie continues to adapt to the ever-changing needs and challenges of today’s world by designing and implementing people, culture and learning and development initiatives. This includes engaging others to innovate, collaborate and create change, while building the skills needed to work productively, ethically, respectfully, and inclusively in the workplace.

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