Commercial skills have been identified as the most crucial new skills for government leaders to acquire by 2020.
Are you equipped with the commercial skills to enable you to drive value for money outcomes and engage with the private sector through better understanding of their commercial practices and business models?
Join Kym as he explores the following in this webinar:
how to build the commercial skills of government leaders
how service providers make money
how to commercially negotiate and manage variations with your service providers
how to drive value for money outcomes with your service providers
how to use the right commercial qualifiers and assumptions, risk allocation, pricing models and procurement models to transform your commercial and relationship outcomes.
There will also be a live Q & A session at the end for you to ask Kym any questions you may have.
If you are a government leader who wants to improve your commercial skills, then this free live webinar is for you!
How to develop commercial skills in government leaders
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About Kym Williams: Kym
is Co-founder and owner of easygovernment, easyconsult and BRS. He has
spent many years assisting government organisations and agencies across
Australia and New Zealand in gaining value from their service providers
by sitting on their evaluation teams, running commercial acumen
training and facilitating improved project outcomes. He is a highly
sought after speaker, who is dedicated to changing how training and
knowledge is being shared within all levels of government.
About easygovernment: easygovernment is
an innovative coaching program built exclusively for government leaders
giving government leaders an entire toolkit which includes webinars,
videos, access to hundreds of fully editable and downloadable tools and
templates, as well as 'how to' training videos to accompany each one,
face to face workshops and consulting assistance. The program has been
developed by a team of world class consultants who have been assembled
specifically for their hands on experience with the government sector.