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DAVID CAMPBELL

BITE-SIZE LEARNING

Bite-Size Learning courses cater for a wide audience of participants and can be delivered to mixed groups or intact teams. The 90-minute courses cover the following areas.

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Focus area Bite-size modules
Leadership
  • Developing your leadership style
  • Emotional intelligence at work
  • Core coaching skills
  • Influencing others
  • Influencing stakeholders
Performance
  • Setting performance goals
  • Skills for effective supervision
  • The art of giving feedback
  • The art of receiving feedback (NEW)
Change
  • Leading change
  • Communicating change (NEW)
  • Building resilient thinking
  • Thriving through change
Personal effectiveness
  • Mastering time management
  • Practical problem solving
  • Working well with a team
  • Conflict management
  • Managing stress
  • Managing projects
Communication
  • Effective communication
  • Crucial conversations
  • Effective team collaboration

Here is what a recent client has said about
Bite-Size Learning:

“I must say that the condensed course that you do, gets right to the point. The handouts are like a ‘cheat sheet’ for quick reference, rather than volumes of stuff to trawl through from the 3-day residential on leadership”.

Senior Manager – Australian Government

Why is Bite-Size Learning better?

  • We learn best in bite-size chunks. By learning in small and regular intervals, we tend to remember and apply more.
  • The 90-minute short course format minimises the disruption to work, so there are fewer cancellations and greater attendance.
  • Highly cost effective. The 90-minute format means that the unit cost per course and per head is less. Plus, you don’t lose as much opportunity cost by having people out for a whole day. People can attend a 90-minute short course and then return to their work.
  • Learning is practical. The focus of the sessions is on the “how to” methods that can be applied to real world situations.
  • Learning is interactive. Participants learn from others in solving problems.