John Townsend is People Management specialist. He assists organisations to build employee engagement and motivation and reduce workplace stress. His clients include some of Australia's largest companies and many State and Commonwealth Government Departments.

Topics include: 

Effectively finding good people
Finding and retaining talented people to provide a competitive and strategic advantage. John provides fresh, innovative ideas for recruitment through an entertaining, informative session complete with live online examples.

Effectively retaining good people workshop:
Every organisation that expects to grow and prosper must make talent retention a top priority. Positive, dynamic human capital management is the key to employee retention and requires outstanding performance in several areas which will be covered in this workshop.

Effectively Managing & Motivating
Effectively Managing and Motivating People is an exciting new approach to management training. Probing some of the mysteries of the brain this course applies exciting recent discoveries in the field of neuroscience and psychology to the process of managing people. The practical application of the techniques presented in this programme promote employee engagement and motivation. Managers who want to maintain a loyal and motivated team will make discoveriesthrough this program that will give them new skills and techniques for achieving this objective.

Getting Tough With Stress
Get Tough With Stress is a half day workshop which takes a positive approach to stress management. It shows people how to toughen up to stress and how to see it as an opportunity for personal growth and development and not a threat. The program explains stress and its effects on the mind and body. It gives simple, practical strategies that people can use to cope with personal and workplace stress.
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