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Upcoming Christchurch workshops from Exult

Wednesday, September 13, 2017   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, workshop, non-profit, development

Exult logo.Exult is one of New Zealand’s leading training providers for the community sector. Their mission is to provide training and support that inspires, equips and re-energises community organisations.

They pride ourselves in providing practical resources in everyday language. Exult believes that people (and organisations) thrive when they are given real support without all the ‘fluff and jargon’ – so that’s what they do.

Register online to attend these upcoming workshops. You can also contact Rosie at Exult to register (rosie[at]

Growing Great Ideas

  • Are you an ideas person who is always looking for ways you can do things better, brighter and smarter in your organisation?
  • Would you like to learn specific strategies for exploring ideas and getting more people involved and engaged in the idea process?

The non-profit sector faces ongoing challenges and organisations need people who are prepared to think outside the box and explore new possibilities. This one-day workshop helps you hone your skills in creativity and innovation and provides practical tools for encouraging your colleagues to get involved.

Date and Time: Wednesday 18th October 2017, from 9.30am to 4pm.
Location: McFadden Centre (64 McFaddens Road, St Albans).
Cost: $120 per person.

Find out more about this Growing Great Ideas workshop including how to register.

Busting the Busy Trap

  • Are you in a role where you’re constantly juggling priorities?
  • Do you have a workable schedule until you have to manage interruptions and put out other people’s fires?
  • Do you work more hours than you’re supposed to because there’s always something more that needs to be done?

This one-day workshop will help you put every thing in order so that you have more time, more energy and more control over how you use both.

Date and Time: Thursday 19th October 2017, from 9.30am to 4pm.
Location: McFadden Centre (64 McFaddens Road, St Albans).
Cost: $120 per person.

Get more information on this Busting the Busy Trap workshop, including how to register.

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