Learning and Development has definitely been the theme for me this month! I usually feel like I’m on a learning curve, and absolutely love it, but sometimes it’s much steeper than other times. We started the month with a Think & Grow Rich Seminar in Sydney which was fantastic; a confirmation of the path we’re on, and a time of opening our eyes to further opportunities. It was also the beginning of some amazing new friendships!
I was asked to speak about Networking at the Chamber of Commerce Breakfast in Dubbo on 4 March, which went really well – people left buzzing – one woman who I networked with in front of the room (as a demonstration) left with 3 clients as a result. (that we know of!) I’ve since written “Confidently Connecting – Top Networking Tips” for Regional Business Magazine, receiving great feedback about how useful it’s been. If you’d like a copy please let me know and I’ll send it to you.
Results Coaching Systems invited me to attend their Asia Pacific Leadership Days, which was brilliant (as expected). Day One was focused on business development – as a Results team, and individually. One of the highlights for me was meeting my Coach friends from New Zealand, who I’ve only known on the phone and by email until now.
That evening David Rock, Founder and CEO of Results Coaching Systems was the guest speaker at the Boss Club event in the Sydney’s CBD. It’s always great to hear David speak about what’s happening in the Neuroleadership world and it was an excellent event, beautifully hosted by Boss Magazine Editor Narelle Hooper.
The next day with the Results team was focused on training and we spent a good portion of the day with David delving into the Neuroscience that relates to coaching and sharing resources to further improve the quality of our programs. I loved it and took pages of notes. If you’re interested in this fascinating subject check it out here… www.neuroleadership.org – the audio downloads are really interesting.
More March news soon…to much excitement for one blog!
Have a great week, enjoy your own learning and development,