Kathy Rozmeta

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - NSW

Kathy maintains a strong relationship with Coca-Cola Amatil where for the previous nine years she was the National and Global Manager for Learning and Development. In this role, Kathy led all aspects of learning and development and in particular leadership and management development, at one stage across eighteen countries in Europe and Asia Pacific.

Prior to that Kathy was Chief Manager, Global Training and Development for the ANZ Banking Group.

Before her fifteen years in private enterprise, Kathy worked in the public sector in Staff development, Education and Equal Opportunity. Her career has centred on education and organisational change with a strong leaning to leadership, management and organisational development. Her public sector experience spanned Universities, Statutory authorities and government departments.

Kathy has a Bachelor of Arts, a Masters Degree in Education and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. She won MBA Graduate of the Year and awarded by the Australian Institute of Management Consultants following University nomination, for her contribution to the quality of Australian management. She has also won awards for her scripting and production of educational videos.

Topics

All workshops are customised to meet client needs.

Series 1: Personal Effectiveness - Business Skill for Everyone

  • Communicating Effectively
  • Resolving Conflict
  • Effective Meetings
  • Problem Solving
  • Continuous Improvement and Innovation
  • Managing Time and Task
  • Effective Teamwork
  • Presentation Skills

Series 2: Leadership and Management Development

  • Leadership and Management Essentials
  • Persuasive Communication and Influencing
  • Planning and Organising
  • Leading Innovation and Change
  • Presenting for Impact
  • Workplace Trainer
  • Performance Development and Coaching
  • Developing Effective Teams

 

Testimonials

I would like to thank Kathy Rozmeta for the wonderful work she does for Sydney Water. In the 12 months that I have known her she has proved her worth more times that I can count. She has arranged specific courses for various departments at short notice, I have been caught out, with a facilitator unable to attend a class, Kathy stepped in with less than a days notice and ran it successfully. We run a large amount of training and Kathy has been a major part of that, our learners speak highly of her, the classes are entertaining and they feel that they come away with new ideas and skills every time. Kathy always has 100% positive feedback. Thankyou Kathy, you make my job easier and happier by doing all the things you do.
- Corporate Training Coordinator, Chifley Business School

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