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Grass Roots Leadership Short Course Module 1 Wrap Up


Last Friday 18 successful applicants completed Module 1 of the Grass Roots Leadership Short Course at the Albany Retravision Centennial Centre. 


Participant Laura Cala who wears many hats including Rural Edge employee and Women in Farming Board member had a great time learning more about her leadership style and networking with other engaged leaders in the community. 


“The information presented by AIM WA was incredibly informative, relevant and valuable,” said Laura.


“The course explored such interesting perspectives of leadership management; teaching participants to celebrate their strengths and develop a strong personal brand.”


“I recommend this course to all members of our regional farming and business community, thank you to CBH for such a great initiative.”


Funded by CBH and facilitated by AIM WA, the Grass Roots Leadership Short Course is a great opportunity for emerging leaders in grain growing regions to strengthen their leadership skills and become a more engaging, effective and influential leader.


Rotating port zones each year, the course has seen over 167 participants from across WA grain growing regions participate. 


This year, the course was also scheduled to take place in Esperance, but unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances it was postponed to later in the year.


Albany Module 2 will take place in July where participants will learn more about their specific leadership style, communicating with influence and engaging others in change.


If you’re interested in learning more about the course visit CBH Grass Roots Leadership Short Course.

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