The Connection has partnered with our Platinum Partners to deliver a Breakfast Masterclass Series designed to support our members in growing their business. The series focuses on delivering professional development opportunities in areas such as leadership, marketing and sales.
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How To Take Your Content Creation To The Next Level With ChatGPT
Thursday 4th May 2023, 7.15am to 9.30am
Marketing is a crucial aspect of any business, and in today's digital age, staying ahead of your competitors means utilising all the tools at your disposal. Enter ChatGPT, the cutting-edge language model developed by OpenAI. ChatGPT has taken the marketing world by storm, and for good reason.
In simple terms, ChatGPT is an AI-powered language model that generates human-like text. It has the ability to create high-quality content quickly and efficiently, as well as increase the frequency of content production, helping your business stay top-of-mind with audiences.
ChatGPT is a real game changer for businesses. If you're not already using it or are unsure of how to get started, this Masterclass is for you.
Delivered by My Skills Australia CEO, Simone Rennocks using ChatGPT live on the big screen, you will learn:
Proudly supported by My Skills Australia
3 Old-School Leadership Principles You Need To Discard Immediately
Wednesday 15th February 2023, 7.15am to 9.30am
Old-school leadership is well-intentioned, and it used to work, but doesn't anymore.
Today's employees have very different expectations from their predecessors. They have a different definition of respect, a higher expectation about being involved in decision-making, a greater sense that they're owed exciting work and the expectation of fast career progression.
On top of that, people's expectations of their managers have increased dramatically. When managers don't meet these expectations, staff can resign in droves, which companies can ill afford in 2023 when the labour market is so tight, and competition for top talent is at an all-time high.
Join Diana Tapp, CEO of World Class Teams on February 15 to find out what old-school leadership principles your managers, supervisors and team leaders need to ditch right now so that you can confidently stem the flow of accomplished workers leaving your organisation.
You'll walk away from this Breakfast Masterclass with:
This Masterclass is for:
Business owners, top level management and senior leaders who want to:
Proudly supported by World Class Teams
How To Create A Successful Business Pitch
Thursday 10th November 2022, 7.15am to 9.30am
Pitches win business. Your ability to communicate your organisation's value and uniqueness through spoken word is vitally important, if not essential. Many business owners agree that poor pitches can permanently close the door on potential customers, prevent deeper relationships from forming and ultimately cause a loss of revenue.
On the other hand, knowing how to create and deliver a great pitch can help you stand out from your competitors, build stronger connections, boost sales and attract further opportunities for your business.
Presented by My Skills Australia CEO, Simone Rennocks, this Small Business Month event will provide you with the tools to create, refresh or revamp your sales pitch so that you can connect with success.
During this Masterclass, Simone will:
Proudly supported by My Skills Australia and the NSW Government's Small Business Month
How To Become A Digital Leader
Wednesday 14th September 2022, 7.30am to 9.30am
Digital leaders are the foundation of digital transformation. They support and inspire employees to change the way they work together, modernise processes and set up organisations for digital change. Digital leaders enable a business to handle external disruptions, and reap the benefits of internal innovations, leading to long term profitability and sustainability in an everchanging digital environment.
This breakfast masterclass will give attendees an insight into what digital leadership is, a self-evaluation of where they are as a digital leader, and how they can impact and improve their organisation’s digital transformation journey.
Proudly supported by KPMG
Solutions For The Overworked And Overloaded Senior Leader
Wednesday 17th August 2022, 7.30am to 9.30am
The unrelenting demands on senior leaders are pushing them to their limits. You love your job. You're really good at your job. But there's just too much going on, and you are permanently overworked and overloaded. COVID, rapid inflation, talent wars and the threat of a coming recession have only magnified the problem. Something has to change!
As a leader, hard work is a given. But if you find yourself starting to 'endure' rather than 'enjoy' your job, if you feel like you're 'pulling the wagon' almost single-handedly, or you're constantly putting in too many hours and putting out too many fires, your career and reputation is likely at risk.
Being overworked and overloaded stops you from being strategic. Decisions can be rushed and therefore are sometimes not the best ones. You can't see serious problems easily, creative thinking becomes impaired, and critical interpersonal skills suffer. Research proves that working too hard will actually make you a less effective leader.
It doesn't have to be this way. Join us for a must-see masterclass where Australia's #1 High-Performance Team Consultant, Diana Tapp, will reveal how to cure the overworked and overloaded senior leader.
In this masterclass, you'll discover:
Proudly supported by World Class Teams
Must-Have Problem Solving Techniques To Grow Your Business
Thursday 7th April 2022, 7.30am to 9.30am
Something many successful business people know is that you don’t have to have an earth-shattering idea to get ahead. You just have to identify a problem and find a way to solve it. Successful problem solving is the basis of all new inventions and the key to business growth.
Companies looking to maintain a competitive edge in an increasingly competitive market, would be wise to invest in building effective problem solving skills within their organisation.
While it is often assumed that problem solving comes naturally, it is in fact a skill that can be learned and developed over time. Learning and developing problem solving skills will help you and your team to identify and leverage market opportunities, improve overall business performance and manage risk.
In this Masterclass you will learn how:
Proudly supported by Efficiency Works
5 Cutting-Edge Skills Your Staff Must Have By 2025
Thursday 17th February 2022, 7.30am to 9.30am
Are you developing your people's skill sets to align with your future business needs?
According to the World Economic Forum's 2020 'The Future of Jobs Report', 44% of the skills employees need to perform effectively in their roles, will change by 2025. Some jobs will cease to exist, roles will be redefined, and new occupations will surface and become the norm.
As artificial intelligence and machines do more of what your people have traditionally done – optimise, automate, calculate, replicate – your people need to upskill and gain expertise in the uniquely human competencies – emotional intelligence, collaboration, critical thinking, “human skills”. Businesses that fail to reskill and adapt will struggle to survive. Those who do upskill their staff will stand head and shoulders above the rest.
The good news is that these future skills are learnable, and you can start developing them today. Join us for our first Breakfast Masterclass of 2022 where Australia's #1 High-Performance Team Consultant, Diana Tapp, will reveal the five core skills you need to develop to not only survive, but thrive, during the challenges ahead.
During this Masterclass you will discover:
Proudly supported by World Class Teams