Working Smarter – Not Harder

25 October 2019

There is only so much time in your working day. No one can control time – after all there are only 24 hours in a day, but we can improve our productivity through effective use of our time. How do we work smarter and not harder?

This course will provide people with a range of tools and techniques to better manage their time and workload organisation.


Richard Millar from Auckland

Richard is an experienced trainer and consultant. His areas of expertise include leadership development, frontline management development, team development, executive and personal development coaching, strategic/business planning and accounting for non-accountants training.

Richard has worked in a wide variety of organisations from small to large organisations in New Zealand, Australia and Papua New Guinea.

Richard’s depth of business knowledge and skills in sales, marketing, finance and general management coupled with a very practical approach to training and facilitation has provided excellent value to a large number of organisations.

Richard is member of the New Zealand Society of Accountants and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries & Administrators. He is an accredited DISC® consultant in behavioural profiling and a registered practitioner in MBTI®. He is a Fellow of the NZ Institute of Management and is qualified in Moderation and Workplace Assessment with NZQA. He holds the National Certificate in Adult Education and Training. He also provides community advice as a business mentor for Enterprise New Zealand.


Phone 0508 656 757 | Email | or Book Now


Invercargill 27 November 2019 9.00 am - 4.30 pm OSEA, 192 Spey Street, Invercargill  
Invercargill 24 February 2020 9.00 am - 4.30 pm OSEA, 192 Spey Street, Invercargill  


$ 630.00 + GST for members
$ 895.00 + GST for non-members


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