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Applications open for 2024 Grass Roots Leadership Short Course


Applications are open for the 2024 Grass Roots Leadership Short Course. 


Delivered by the renowned Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the University of WA Business School’s Executive Education, the highly regarded course is designed for people living and working in regional WA who want to develop their leadership skills and become a more effective, influential and engaging leader.


Part of CBH’s Community Investment Fund, the short course is split into two, 2-day sessions scheduled for 25-26 March and 17-18 June 2024 running concurrently in Mukinbudin and Lake Grace.


Each year the short course alternates between port zones to provide as many growers as possible with the opportunity to build their leadership skills.


Throughout the course, participants will have the opportunity to explore authentic and resilient leadership, build the confidence and tools needed to communicate with influence, learn how to resolve conflicts, and explore strategies to engage others in change.


2022 Albany participant Laura Cala from South Kumminin 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 communities, thank you to CBH for such a great initiative.”


The course is heavily subsidised by CBH, with all course materials, accommodation, meals, and course facilitation covered. Participants are required to contribute a $400 fee and cover their own travel costs. 


Applications are open until 15 January 2024. For more information visit

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