Leadership

It is often said  that ‘People join organisations and leave their managers’. Managers are often recruited into their positions through their technical skills but very few have the social skills to do their new role.  Giving managers, at any level within organisations, the skills and knowledge to do their role effectively and respectfully has a significant effect on productivity, morale, safety, cost and retention.

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Response Learning / Leadership

Get recognised with a leadership qualification.

Put your best foot forward with our range of recognised courses in business, management, project management and business administration.

BSB42015 Certificate IV in Leadership and Management

BSB50215 Diploma of Business

BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management

AMP40315 Certificate IV in Meat Processing (Leadership)

AMP50215 Diploma of Meat Processing

AMP60115 Advanced Diploma of Meat Processing

AMP80115 Graduate Certificate in Agribusiness

 
 
The Benefits of completing a Leadership Qualification

Graduates gain a broad base of core skills, which can enable them to go on to work in wide variety of different industry sectors, and this includes those which you would not usually associate with business or management in general. These can consist of your traditional areas such as business administration and management, as well as opportunities in marketing and advertising, human resources and business consultancy, as well as retail and sales roles.

The fact that graduates develop invaluable key skills that are attractive to employers in a wide range of positions means that completing a recognised business or management course, is a smart choice for those looking to get ahead.

One of the key reasons that training in this area is so valuable is the wide range of transferable skill and knowledge obtained. Gaining this broad understanding of business operations, as well as targeted skills, allows you to efficiently operate in business and management environment, at both the day to day tactical level and a long-term strategic decision-making level. Some of these transferable skills include, but a re not limited to:

  • Logical thinking and decision making
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • An understanding of how organisations are structured and operate
  • Ability to be able to present and write reports that include analysis of financial data.
  • Teamwork and managing projects and resources
  • Knowledge of the main external and strategic factors that affect business decision making.