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Business NSW, in partnership with Chief Maker, presents the webinar

How to Build an effective Leadership Team


Past Event | Tuesday 7th May 2024

As your business grows and matures, the need for a united leadership team to steer it towards greater success is critical. When a business begins to outgrow its leadership structure, leaders often find themselves stretched thin, hindering growth and causing operational chaos.

Business NSW, in partnership with Chief Maker, invites you to our How to Build an Effective Leadership Team webinar. This insightful session will provide practical tools and principles to elevate your leadership team to new heights.

By attending this webinar you will:

  • Determine the size and composition of your leadership team.
  • Understand the significance of aligning the right individuals with your vision.
  • Learn strategies to unite your team through a clear vision, strategy, and measurable metrics.
  • Discover the transformative power of trust and strong team bonds.

Join us for this exclusive webinar and gain invaluable insights to enhance your leadership team's effectiveness.

Event Partner

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Dan Hunter

Chief Executive Officer | Business NSW

As the Chief Executive Officer of Business NSW, Dan is committed to providing member businesses with the information, advice, products and services they need to grow and stay competitive. Business NSW is unique placed to deliver value to members, businesses, the economy and the overall community.

Greg Layton

Greg Layton

Founder | Chief Maker

Greg, Founder of Chief Maker and an esteemed Executive Coach, specializes in preparing leaders for success in C-suite roles. With a wealth of experience coaching CEOs, executives, and professionals worldwide, Greg is dedicated to helping senior leaders transcend operational challenges.

The statements, analysis, opinions and conclusions expressed in this Member Briefing presentation and any related written materials (collectively, the Briefing Materials) do not necessarily represent the views of BusinessNSW. BusinessNSW expressly disclaims any and all liability arising from or in connection with the access to, participation in, or use of the Briefing Materials by you or any other person. Any advice provided as part of the Briefing Materials is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or specific needs.