Leadership Development

The RRR Network is committed to providing education and training opportunities that develop the leadership skills of those living outside metropolitan areas.

 

Regional Leadership Masterclass.

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We work closely with the Curtin Business School Executive Education team to develop a range of opportunities for WA women, commencing with a Regional Leadership Masterclass, to be delivered at the Muresk Institute in Northam in 2019.  This fully residential program is available on:

Monday 11th Feb to Wednesday 13th Feb 2019.

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Friday 5th Apr to Sunday 7th Apr 2019.

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Wednesday 5th June to  Friday 7th June 2019

The Masterclass will be available for a maximum of 20 participants, and has been designed exclusively for the RRR Network.  BOOK NOW to reserve your place.

The program will be delivered  by Julia Richardson, Associate Professor of Human Resources Management and Deputy Head of the School of Management, Curtin University.

Professor Richardson is a global leader in both teaching and research with research interests in career sustainability and careers of the future, with recent work examining leadership careers, flexible work practices, achieving work-life balance and ‘the future of work’.  Professor Richardson is also a farmer’s daughter, having grown up in a remote, rural community in the UK and has enjoyed a global career, in the public and private sectors in the UK, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, Canada and Australia and has won multiple awards for her scholarship and teaching.

This Masterclass will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the role of power and influence, trust and justice as essential components of contemporary leadership. The program design draws on an extensive body of international research and practice in the public and private sector.

You will first identify your own sources of power and develop strategies for broadening your sphere of influence to build sustainable leadership careers. You will examine the impact of trust and justice on follower behaviour and the implications for ethical leadership.

There is no prerequisites to attend this Masterclass, just willingness to join into participant-centred learning, and to undertake some pre-reading to participate in interactive problem-based case study analysis that facilitates reflective learning and practice.

Other presenters

You will take part in an interactive workshop full of tips and tricks to help you get the message across with optimum effect, delivered by agricultural events and PR consultant Esther Jones (nee Price).

You will also have the opportunity to hear from, and network with, recognized  WA regional business leaders, plus, presentations from trailblazing small businesses operating in regional WA

 
 
Inclusions

The program price of $1,660 includes all meals, networking activities, accommodation and training materials.  

10% discount applies for Financial Members of the RRR Network. (Join HERE)

Day One: :  Arrive at Muresk Institute by 5pm  to check into your accommodation.  You will have a private room, with shared bathroom facilities.

Join acclaimed Chef and WA’s Food Ambassador Don Hancey, for a gastronomic demonstration and enjoy a selection of premium WA food, wine, cider, and even rum while meeting fellow participants and  course presenters.

Day Two:  Starts with a shared breakfast, then prepare yourself to dive headlong into a day of unique learning experiences, designed specifically for WA rural, regional and remote women.   Of course lunch and tea-breaks are included.

Later participants will hear from a panel of regional business leaders session where WA rural women share their leadership stories and reflect on the key takeaway messages from the day.   Dinner will follow featuring more home-grown produce and Margaret River wines.

Day Three: The lessons in Leadership continue with breakfast, lunch and tea-breaks again included.  The program will finish at 2pm to enable travel home.

Places are strictly limited to a maximum of 20 participants.

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