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Audio Seminar Library

The IIDM Audio Seminar Series presents leading business specialists, who share their knowledge and experience in critical business topics. Listen to the interview-style audio seminars at home, in your car, or at your desk. Develop your own library of latest thinking in business management.

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Featured Audio Seminars

Business Mentoring

A business mentor is someone who can act as a sounding board for your ideas and plans, and helps you think outside the square. They bring their own... READ MORE

Passion: The Key To Your Sustainable Competitive Advantage

The role of leaders in the globalised 21st Century business environment has never been more challenging, and the demands on leaders will continue to... READ MORE

Creating A Magnetic Workplace

With research showing that there are numerous business benefits of a positive workplace, it is critical that corporate leaders develop the skills and... READ MORE

Audio Seminar: The Art Of Influence

Influencing others is the most important part of a CEO's role. Unless you do everything yourself, you need to 'influence' others to perform or behave... READ MORE

 
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Business Mentoring

By David Cartney

A business mentor is someone who can act as a sounding board for your ideas and plans, and helps you think outside the square. They bring their own unique experience of life and business and are willing to share their skills and know how with you.

Passion: The Key To Your Sustainable Competitive Advantage

By Charles Kovess, Australasia's Passion Provocateur

The role of leaders in the globalised 21st Century business environment has never been more challenging, and the demands on leaders will continue to increase. Leaders who can thrive and grow in the face of these challenges and demands are those most likely to build sustainable, competitive organisations.

Creating A Magnetic Workplace

by Helen Mac

With research showing that there are numerous business benefits of a positive workplace, it is critical that corporate leaders develop the skills and techniques to create and maintain a constructive culture.

Audio Seminar: The Art Of Influence

By Paddy Spruce

Influencing others is the most important part of a CEO's role. Unless you do everything yourself, you need to 'influence' others to perform or behave in the best interests of your customers or your organisation. You also need to encourage people to 'think'.

Customer Retention: The Art Of Keeping Good Customers™

By Steven Howard

Many organisations place their highest emphasis on attracting and gaining new customers. While this is important, I feel it is more important to place a higher emphasis on retaining and keeping your current customers.

Effective Performance Management

By Paul Phillips

Would your business be different if everyone you hired did what they were supposed to - on time and on budget? If the rest of your planning is up to scratch and you have the right people, the missing link could be performance management.

How To Become Pressure Proof In Work And Life

By Michael Licenblat

In today's business world, people are under greater pressure to deliver more in less time with fewer resources. They face conflicting demands, long working hours, and constant change in an unforgiving business environment that keeps getting tougher, busier and faster.

Lead, Follow Or Get Out Of The Way

By Lisa McInnes-Smith

There are many models for great leadership, and leaders are not 'born'. Leadership is a lifestyle - a way of thinking, a way of living, a way of bringing out the best in those around you. Leadership is also a choice.

Taking Your Business To The Next Level

By Roger La Salle

Once you are actually in business and have placed a "stake in the ground" and developed a product or a service, a brand, some customers and some distribution, moving to the next level should not be all that difficult, or necessarily risky. All that is required is an understanding of some simple principles.

What Real Leaders Do And Fake One's Don't

By Ian Berry

There is a current crisis of confidence with our leaders. A result by any means seems to be the modis operandi of many. Perhaps never before in history has there been such a cry for fair dinkum leaders as there is today.

Conscious Leadership - Unleash Your Leadership Potential

By Steven Bowman

What would it be like if you could unleash your conscious leadership potential, and that of your staff, and burst through the limitations that hold you back to create dynamic and life-long change in your business, your life and to consciously take charge of your own reality? What would it take to be a charismatic, influential, inspirational and extraordinary leader?

The Attributes Of Highly Skilled Negotiators And Influencers

By Wayne Harrison

Individuals and organisations should depend less on the positional power of their champions and more on the influencing skills of their negotiators. From now on to be an effective manager you will require the competencies of an effective negotiator.

Presentation Skills For High Performance Results

By Ricky Nowak

Our world is getting more competitive all the time and the urgency to make more money, more profit and have more market share continues to be the driving force behind many businesses. Hence, presenting articulately and persuasively to customers, staff and clients is no longer an option but a key factor in retaining staff, building relationships and demonstrating credibility in business.

Key Numbers To Drive Profit And Cashflow

By Sue Hirst

In plain-English, this presentation identifies Seven Key Numbers - which are not contained in a typical set of financials. These seven key numbers are absolutely vital to profit and cashflow.

Finance For Non-Finance Executives

By Ron Griffiths

Financial management is an important part of management that many managers or executives fail to understand. Generally it is assumed you need to be a skilled accountant to understand financial management, yet it is the area that managers/executives deal with (or should deal with) more than the accountant.

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