Huddle for the Win eCourse

Learn how to ignite conversation for continuous improvement and framework strategies for change.

12 Week eCourse

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4 x Learning Milestones

11 x Video Tutorials

2 x accredited units of competency

Make Every Huddle Count Towards Change!

We know continuous improvement as any series of actions that achieve constant enhancements to performance, success, customer experience, profit or team cohesiveness.

The question you want to ask is – what small alterations can be made to improve things? How can we do things easier, faster or cheaper? Fostering a culture that encourages your team to think proactively about how they can contribute to change within an organisation is expansive – but not impossible.

Step through the 4 milestones of this eCourse and become a leader who can consult, lead, analyse and report on improvement and bring forward a strong case for change!

Huddle for the Win eCourse Milestones


Milestone 1 | Consult with Stakeholders

Regardless of whether your consultation was informal or formal – some form of action should result from it. Understand how to ensure your consultations are effective catalysts for action and change. 

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Identifying elements of consultation
  • Use consultation conventions
  • Levels of intervention
  • Develop agenda documents
  • The 5 ‘W’s of consultations

Milestone 2 | Implement Continuous Improvement Strategies

Rather than waiting until something is broken to fix it, continuous improvement [CI] strategies proactively seek out opportunities to improve. Be a leader who creates a culture that continually challenges the status quo in pursuit of productivity, performance and success. 

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Methods of promoting CI
  • Understand the PDCA Cycle and the Six Sigma Process
  • Kaizen as a philosophy for CI
  • Successful CI Framework
  • Identifying roadblocks for CI implementation
  • Influence external customers through journey mapping

Milestone 3 | Undertake Reviews

Every action has a resulting reaction. Your results are the reaction and as leaders – your job is to find the actions that caused them. Learn how to think critically about the information you receive and how to accurately assess its value and meaning.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Components of good data source and the role of ‘bias’
  • Phases of root cause analysis and benefits of critical thinking
  • Team support & acknowledgement approaches
  • High performance work systems
  • Facilitate a Lessons Learned review

Milestone 4 | Report Outcomes

The mistakes we make along the way can often provide us with the best learning – thus reporting these mistakes is a valuable commodity that cannot be overlooked. Reporting highlights where you have come from and where you are headed. 

Key Learning Outcomes

  • CI reporting conventions & inclusions
  • Quantitative & qualitative data
  • Evaluating CI reporting
  • Presentation audience targeting
  • Presenting a robust case for change and influencing tactics

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Your Reward

Complete the eCourse milestones to achieve 2 nationally recognised units of competency:

BSBADM502 Manage Meetings

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to manage a range of meetings including overseeing the meeting preparation processes, chairing meetings, organising the minutes and reporting meeting outcomes.

BSBMGT403 Implement Continuous Improvement

This unit encompasses the skills and knowledge required to implement continuous improvement systems and processes. It covers using systems and strategies to actively encourage the team to participate in the process, monitoring and reviewing performance, and identifying opportunities for further improvements.

Virtues of an Influential Leader

Influential leaders have a natural ability to communicate easily – they hold the attention of even the toughest audiences.

Influential leaders appreciate the emotional strengths and weaknesses of their team and know how to draw these out to their advantage.

Influential leaders have an inherit understanding of cultural diversity and know how to advance its prominence with an organisation.