Rob Handyside

Rob's background as a public sector manager coupled with his enthusiasm for facilitation led him into leadership development work. During the action learning process in programmes, participants have added a whole lot more to Rob's understanding on the leadership challenges we currently face.

2016 Reflections

In each new group of managers who commence leadership development programmes, we meet people with a great commitment to the delivery of quality public services. I detect a great sense of responsibility to keep up the momentum of change programmes and meet multiple expectations. We talk a lot about working smarter, prioritising, work/life balance, and avoiding that all too common drowning feeling.

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Planning for successful meetings

Before attending your next meeting ask yourself:

1.    Is the purpose of this meeting clear to me?
Too many meetings go ahead before the purpose has been defined. If there is doubt, seek further clarification ahead of the meeting.

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