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CBD Sydney Chamber of Commerce

Start Thu 10 May 2018 9:00 AM
End Thu 10 May 2018 12:30 PM
Event Code EVE1806184
Region Sydney South East-Sydney City

Business Improvement Series

Session 2: Practical Tools to Ensure Collaboration is a Success

This is the second workshop as part of a 4-part series created to show businesses how collaboration with their internal staff, with other businesses and with their clients is a fast way to build value for clients and increase the value of a company.

Drive profits, grow client value and demonstrate leadership.
Are you being a day-to-day manager in your business or are you actively leading it to the next level?

Is collaboration a key part of your business model?

Businesses that harness the power of collaboration
- Build cohesive cultures

- Lead more effectively

- Solve complex problems effectively

- Identify hidden talent

- Increase productivity

- Increase profits

This 4 part series will take business leaders through practical case studies covering how to do it, challenges you will confront and how to overcome them. Who do you need sitting next to you in the next session so you can get started right away! Invite those you would like to work with and make it even easier to implement.

What will you learn?
·         Business Owners have a range of differing business goals. This series will help you understand how many and what type of advisors/business partners are available to help achieve your goals and manage the business on an ongoing basis

·         Business Advisors face an array of client needs. This series will show you your business can continue to add value that is outside your core areas of expertise, ensure the best outcome foryour client and increase the value of your business

What You Can Expect To Learn
Session 2 - 10 May

Collaborative Behaviour – practical tools and strategies to ensure collaboration is possible and successfully applied. What are the behavioural aspects of collaborating?

Questions answered
·         What stops people from collaborating on behalf of their clients?

·         Why you want to collaborate?

·         The five steps required for real collaboration

Attendees will know unequivocally what is required of them to collaborate, and will take away a proven process to engage with fellow collaborators.

Your Workshop Leader
Noel Corley, Director and Creator of “A Simple Truth”

Engineer and teacher of commercially successful conversations with clients and higher referral rates. Noel will change the way you think about and talk to clients and possible clients.

Who Should Attend?
SME Business owners who are:

·         actively involved in managing the business and want to get more value from it

·         managing a 1st or 2nd generation business

·         believers in what could be

·         anxious about the future and want to be better equipped to ensure business success

·         think progressively

Professional Consultants:

·         involved in finance, business, the law or any form of advisory services

·         interested to both learn and contribute to the discussion at the same time

·         consider their own skill sets and Clients requirements and see a current or potential deficit

·         may be a lean businesses and see collaboration as a way to maintain and grow the business ? but are yet to explore it which may have tried collaborating with other businesses in the past ? but not satisfied with the outcome

Coming presentations
Session 3 - 7 June: Using Diversity to Facilitate Collaboration Deb Field, Director Business and Process Improvement, Sydney Trains and Founder of Facilitation Works

Session 4 - 28 June: Practicing Collaboration
Chris Murray - Autoguidance, Michael Perkins and Guy Thornycroft, Your Business GP

Event Supporters

This Business Improvement Series has been developed in partnership with Your Business GP and will feature presenters from a range of businesses, and in association with the Institute of Management Consultants.

Our facilitator - Tulsi van de Graaff

Tulsi is a former lawyer with a psychology, mediation, counselling and investigation background. She is a facilitator, coach, presenter, mediator and management consultant. Her expertise includes leadership development, conflict resolution, coaching and mentoring, team building, communication skills, building relationships, dealing with difficult behaviour, having crucial conversations and child protection.

Date and Time
Thu. 10 May 2018

9:00 am – 12:30 pm AEST

CBD Sydney Chamber of Commerce, Level 23 , 45 Clarence Street ,Sydney, NSW 2000


$45 CBD Sydney Chamber members

$85 Non-members



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