Speaker 3.0 – 26-28 March 2014

Speaker 3.0 with presenters Rob Harley and Richard Nauck is a very popular course – usually booked out by DHQ teams for selected personnel – but we are happy to be able to offer the opportunity to attend this course to all Salvationists at BCM this March.

Speaker 3.0 is an intensive three-day programme that teaches you to harness all aspects of the communication process. Particularly useful for those involved in preaching (soldiers, youth workers, officers, …), it will also be of benefit for anyone who wants to improve their abilities to influence, motivate and mobilise their audience. The course has a practical focus, incorporating workshops, personal coaching and world-class teaching from two acknowledged experts in the field. And all of this for only $350 (excl GST) including course fee, travel reimbursement (as per CLD travel policy), and meals.

Rob and Richard have recently been in Australia and the UK working with various TSA groups. Richard reports that a recent course with senior leaders (DC and above) in the UK was a great success so this is a great opportunity for those who have been preaching for many years but would value some refreshment or skill development, as well as those who are relatively inexperienced and want to start well. The key factor in the success of the experience for people is their willingness to engage and develop through this experience. We would encourage you to think about lay people, including your youth leaders, as well as officers.

To register complete the form, including Finance One codes, have it endorsed by your Line Manager or Corps Officer and send it to bcm@nzf.salvationarmy.org. Limited places are available so don’t delay.

Speaker 3.0 Brochure

Registration Form SpeakerMarch 2014

CLD Travel Policy

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