24 February, 2020
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Transforming Regions Development Program – EOI’s open until 3 March for farming and regional businesses in the Federation Council
Following a successful information evening held on 16 February, 2020, the Transforming Regions Development Program will commence at Oaklands on Friday 6 March, 2020.
Interested participants who weren’t able to attend the initial information evening are invited to register their interest by Tuesday 3 March, 2020.
The seven-part program, which will run during March and April, is designed to assist people employed in farming or regional businesses within the Federation Council of NSW area achieve long-term profitability and sustainability.
The Transforming Regions Development Program will focus on the mindset and skills required in business and will be delivered via seven work modules, which will be supported by podcasts, webinars and monthly resources.
Coaching, mentoring and support will also be provided to help participants acquire practical skills that can be applied to both personal life and business.
The program is funded by the Australian Government’s Drought Communities Program, in conjunction with Federation Council, and is being delivered by Riverine Plains Inc through Lessons Learnt Consulting. Subject matter experts will also assist in the delivery of each of the seven program modules.
The core modules will cover; understanding individual and shared values and strengths and their application to your personal life and business, positioning your business to thrive, shaping your future, managing finances, managing relationships and managing change, as well as operational planning processes and management mechanisms.
Depending on the needs of participants, a number of additional modules may also be covered including succession planning, environmental change, working with financial institutions, managing the introduction of new people into the business and beyond farming.
To register your interest, please contact Dennis Hoiberg at Lessons Learnt Consulting on phone 1300 365 119 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Expressions of interest close Tuesday 3 March, 2020.
For more information about the program, please visit the Riverine Plains Inc website at riverineplains.org.au or phone Dennis Hoiberg on 1300 365 119.
Riverine Plains Inc is an independent farming systems group specialising in farmer driven research and extension across north-east Victoria and southern New South Wales. For more information, or to become a member, please visit www.riverineplains.org.au
More Information or Interview:
Fiona Hart, Executive Officer, Riverine Plains Inc (03 5744 1713)
The Transforming Regions Development Program is a free six-module program designed to assist farming and regional businesses in the Federation Council area achieve long-term profitability and sustainability. It will be presented by Dennis Hoiberg, Lessons Learnt Consulting, focussing on mindset and the skills required in business.
An introductory meeting will take place at Oaklands RSL and Bowling Club, 21 Buller St, Oaklands, NSW, on Sunday 16 February at 6:30 pm, with a light dinner provided. Please RSVP by 13 February to assist with catering.
About the Transforming Regions program:
Transforming Regions is a six-module program helping participants to acquire practical skills that can be applied to both personal life and business, with coaching, mentoring and support provided. The program consists of specific work modules supported by podcasts, webinars and monthly resources. While the final program will be determined in consultation with participants, topics likely to be covered include;
- Understanding individual and shared values and strengths and their application to your personal life and business
- Positioning your business to thrive
- Shaping your future and managing change
- Managing finances
- Managing relationships
- Operational planning processes and management mechanisms
The program is open to people employed in farming or regional businesses transacting within the Federation Council region of NSW.
The Transforming Regions Development Program is funded by the Australian Government’s Drought Communities Program, in conjunction with Federation Council
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