Develop and Cultivate Ministry Relationships

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Good business thrives on partnerships with complimentary and like minded people, it is a secret to good success, none of us are an island on our own we need others.  We need thier influence, their guidance and encouragement.  they need our input too for their success,  as the scripture says "Iron sharpens Iron".

Most successful businessmen will tell you they need to be surrounded by other success.  Success is influential. But to be successful alos requires a certain level of skills that have to be developed and this course will help identify and develop some of those skill sets

REQUIRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE

This section describes the skills and knowledge required for this unit.

Required skills

1.    Analysis and interpretation skills to:

  •  evaluate organisational information management systems, policies and procedures
  •  select relevant evaluation information and documentation
  •  identify any potential and current non-compliance
  •  access and interpret organisation's standards and values
  •  analyse records or notes of the evaluation process

2.    initiative and enterprise skills to establish collaborative partnerships and relationships
3.    interpersonal and communication skills to negotiate, to question, to listen and investigate, to network and clarify issues
4.    planning and organising skills to:

  • reesearch and evaluate validation processes, and to determine and implement improvements to these processes
  • develop and establish agreement to plans

5.    problem-solving skills to review feedback and to plan improvements
6.    teamwork skills to lead and motivate a team in establishing productive networks, partnerships and other relationships.

Required knowledge

1.    relevant legislation that affects the business operation, especially in regard to OHS and environmental issues, equal opportunity and anti-discrimination, industrial relations

  •  organisation mission, purpose and values
  •  organisation objectives, plans and strategies
  •  leadership styles
  •  personal development planning methodologies
  •  data collection methods
  •  external environment scanning relating to social, political, economic and technological developments
  •  emotional intelligence and its relationship to individual and team effectiveness
  •  organisational transformation and the management of the stages of change
  •  organisational design and building in responsiveness of operations to change in customer or market conditions.

This unit can be completed through our Online Training Portal or though the development of a comprehensive skills portfolio.  If completed through a portfolion the complementary Vision subject Leadership Vision For The City

 

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