“The Big Picture” Training for Salvation Army Managers – 6-8 November 2013

Develop your Managerial Skills in a Salvation Army Context

The Big Picture is to be held at Booth College of Mission from 6 – 8 November 2013.

This is an essential course for all new Salvation Army managers, and even if you have been a manager for many years, you’ll be surprised at what you learn. Over half of what is covered in this course involves how to manage paid employees, so you should only attend if you have responsibility for managing paid employees. It is an excellent opportunity for professional development — either for you, or someone on your team. And our delegates never fail to tell us how much they enjoy the setting at Booth College of Mission, the meals and hospitality are second-to-none!

This short course has been designed to give managers tips and advice needed in every aspect of their role as leaders, specifically within The Salvation Army.

Content includes:

  • Working within The Salvation Army
  • Where you fit into the mission
  • How to get and manage resources
  • Employment and management of staff issues
  • Leadership skills
  • Creating a, happy, and healthy workplace

Please note however that there will not be a Health and Safety session during the course in November.

All applications must be completed in full, including appropriate Finance One Codes and be signed off by the delegate’s Line Managers. Your fully completed registration form for this course, should be sent to BCM before the 7 October 2013.

You can download a course brochure and registration form below or email bcm@nzf.salvationarmy.org for more information.

CLD Big Picture Brochure November

Registration Form Big Picture 2013

CLD Travel Policy

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