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Course: MHP
Name: Wayne Williams

I think setting achievable goals for myself and my team would be my main focus. Particularly one individual that scored a 1.95 in his performance review this year and has now achieved a 2.2 to 2.5 in the past month alone. He is now on track for a much better result next year simply by achieving per swing rather than looking twelve months down the track. Listening and learning how to best manage a team with the new tools and knowledge I have gained over the past 6 months also stands out. Understanding the importance of one on ones and the wants and needs of my crew. Understanding what they want and how I as a manager can best provide for them yet achieve my personal goals at the same time. Open and honest communication is critical


Course: MHP
Name: Brent Doherty

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Course: MHP
Name: Scott Thompson

Definitely for me it was the interaction with colleagues from other aspects of the business and listening to the different issues that come with their roles.


Course: MHP
Name: Aaron Harvey

The course came at a very busy time in our work schedule, however it was perfect timing in the fact that I was brand new to supervising. It would have been too easy to say “it is at a bad time” but as I started learning I decided that the course was worth while and I was going to make the most of it. I had an idea of the kind of leader I wanted to be but no experience or tools to achieve it to it’s full potential. I definitely achieved goals in giving honest feedback; good or bad as well as dealing with tough issues without being and ‘ogre’. I feel I am capable of gaining workers/contractors respect by giving them the same respect I wish to receive. If you can be honest, deal with issues by putting in a bit more effort to set the standard and lead from the front you are on your way to becoming a good leader.


Course: MHP
Name: Drew Smith

This course has given me a great overview and what it takes to be a manager, a great insight into my current management technique and possible changes I could make to improve my management technique.


Course: MHP
Name: Greg Murphy

I’m not sure about any success yet, but I’m still here, that’s a good thing. l enjoyed working with my peers, going through the course together made it a lot easier, you can bounce ideas of them and see that they feel pretty much as you do. The most measurable result would be finishing the project, with-out that it is hard for me to measure how much l got from the course. l find it hard to write everything down, my goals are achieved with out even thinking about them, maybe they are not big enough, not stretching myself enough, but l am happy, and that’s what matters. Other achievements must still be to come.


Course: MHP
Name: Scott Fulcher

I enjoyed the ability to interact with peers, facilitator and coach the whole way through. The length was perfect as you had time to put things in place that you learnt at each session. I noticed and others noticed the difference ( for the good ) in my abilities as a leader. I achieved so many goals as I’m a doer, it was good to actually see these which made me set more.


Course: MHP
Name: David Nyquest

The most enjoyable aspects of the course included the discussion around the application of tools and methods of leadership. I have several measurable results: 1) clean email inbox, 2) clear goals that are documented,


Course: MHP
Name: Craig Maxwell

Goal Setting: Even though I see myself as a goal setter, it was great to have the opportunity to really do it seriously to a guideline or structure so this was probably the best result for me. The course made me realise a lot about myself, how good/bad I am at avoiding stuff I like less than other things.. but also finding that this is often counterbalanced by going the extra half mile when I know I really need to. I’m at a stage now where I have a really good idea of what’s fair and what’s not.. in other words when I can slack off a bit but only as long as that is seen as a reward for doing the hard yards. This is how I like to see the team situation too, as a hard working, achieving, never give up unit but knowing it shouldn’t all be about hard work.. you need that chilled out, rewarded time to balance things up.


Course: TPE
Name: Shannon Harding

For me it is personal development, whilst the company will benefit from my business goals , on reflection my ability to be fully focused at work due to having personal goals met will also benefit the company with better focus (more important as I am fifo and mental focus/state is critical to performance I believe)


Course: TPE
Name: Wawan Hermawan

The course material is equipped with the audio files meaning that we can access the material anytime. The material contains a lot of inspiring ideas and motivation to make our life better. By having this course, I know what my time is worth and I know where I have to dedicate my time most in my current position. I achieved my goals to identify inefficiencies is our current work practices and have offered solutions to improve the procedure to save time and cost significantly.


Course: TPE
Name: Jenny Woo

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Course: TPE
Name: David Wylde

Think there are some good tools and tips that can be applied straight away and some that will take some time to work on. I think I also benefited from doing the course with a group as different people bring different ideas to the table and that gives you choice to experiment with what works for you. I’m enjoying doing more of the people management side of my job as a result of setting and planning meetings with my team – it helps me to understand what is going on in their space and how I can help them improve their output and their satisfaction.


Course: TPE
Name: Ettienne Fourie

The spirit of the people attending was really good.


Course: TPE
Name: Lucy McIntyre

What made the greatest difference for me was that the course provided guided reflection on my productivity, habits (good and poor), relationships and performance in general. Most people very rarely take time out to reflect on the above aspects and then apply new tools or techniques to improve. The tools that were suggested were all very practical and easy to use. I also really appreciated the 3 points of support (course facilitator, course coach and course mentor). This made the course more meaningful for me. I


Course: TPE
Name: Joshua Probert

1) The “Golden Thread” of Goals–>HPA–>Imperative/Important List, allows breaking down achieving the goals into “best bang for buck” and day to day priorities through the HPA and Imperative/Important List respectively. 2) Formalising Team Meeting using NEAT Meeting Planner as a basis has increased the focus of my team and driven us to be more efficient. 3) Overall, the elapsed time taken to complete the course, while continually making progress on achieving goals, has enabled a well paced level of digestion of underlying concepts, plus the advantage of having a very real basis of applying those concepts in the workplace (and other areas of our lives). Lastly, the key advantage is running through the course with a broad group of colleagues, who operate at a similar level within the business.