Advanced Strategic Planning One Day workshop - August 7 in Melbourne
Tuesday 1 July 2008
The Australian Strategic Planning Institute will be running another of its fantastic one day workshops on the 7th of August, in Melbourne. The format continues in the similar style as the recent event in Brisbane, with three content experts looking at critical aspects of the Strategic Planning process, and then a two part panel discussion where participants can ask specific questions related to their organisation's Strategic Planning issues.
Marcus Barber of Looking Up Feeling Good, Steve Bowman of LifeMastery and Maree Conway of Thinking Futures will deliver the content and acts as the panel members for the plenary sessions. Like all of The Australian Strategic Planning Institute's one day workshops, the session is designed to get straight to the point and ensure that you will have no confusion about what makes a good strategic plan and what doesn't with a workbook, PowerPoint support and an interactive process where the audience are encouraged to both ask questions and offer their own experiences. You can contact us here to book your place or visit The Australian Strategic Planning Institute website to download a brochure.
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