Tuesday, 23 July 2013 09:11

Self-development course on offer

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Interested in self-development? Then Generate - a free self-development programme that runs throughout New Zealand from Northland to Southland may be the answer.

Run by agriculture training organisation Taratahi, Generate attracts participants who are typically already working in agribusiness and rural organisations or are on farm either as an employee or an employer. The part-time programme is perfect for those wanting to further develop their personal and professional lives.

Generate maximises personal and professional potential through a series of interactive and supportive workshops, it says.. Participants who complete the programme will gain a nationally recognised 'Certificate in Rural Leadership'.

Taratahi's rural leadership programme manager Clarissa Wallace encourages anyone interested in self- development look at Generate.

"The feedback we've had from our participants has been awesome, they tell us that they use the skills they pick up in the programme in everyday life and it's really made a positive difference to them. It only takes one phone call to change the direction of your life, so pick up the phone and give Generate a go".

Generate programmes are free for 2013. Graduates will understand the challenges involved with starting out, taking on a new role, speaking out, making meetings work, coping with change, building a team, dealing with conflict and understanding rural organisations in their community.

Call 0800 TARATAHI to find out more about this free self-development programme.

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