Bob Selden – Managing Director, The National Learning Institute
The National Learning Institute prides itself on recommending the best people in their particular field of management and leadership development.
On this page, Bob Selden has listed a number of colleagues whom he personally recommends.
Bob Selden has worked with all of these people on various projects and would be happy to supply a personal recommendation.
For more on Bob Selden’s own profile, click here or on the link below.
- Get great experiential learnining with Stucki’s
- Improve employee communication with Rodney Gray
- To develop female managers & intercultural integration, see Paul Vanderbroeck
- To develop your HR team, see Andrew O’Keeffe
- To resolve difficult negotiations, call on Philip Pryor
- For the best internet marketing advice, contact David Bain
- For theatre-based learning that has real impact, see Catharina Nasenius
- If you’re looking for a great leadership or executive coach, contact Johanne Spjut
Prior to commencing my consultancy work, Bob’s previous corporate role was as Senior Manager Policy & Planning for the State Bank of New South Wales where Bob Selden was responsible for setting the HR policy for the bank. This hands-on managerial experience together with extensive consultancy work in Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe enables me to provide advice and assistance to organisations that is always practical and applicable.
Bob Selden coaches on the Mobilizing People, leadership development program at IMD University Lausanne, Switzerland. I am also an adjunct member of faculty for leadership and management development programs at the Australian Graduate School of Management in Sydney, Australia.
My new book “What To Do When You Become The Boss” is now available. For more details see this website.
You can also see a range of testimonials from clients and colleagues at “Testimonials“
- Coach on in-company leadership development program at the International Institute for Management Development, Lausanne, Switzerland.
- Key note speaker at the International Federation of Training and Development Organisations, Dubai, UAE. Topic, “Future Trends in Management Development”.
- Author of “What To Do When You Become The Boss: How new managers become successful managers” – hit the Business Best Seller lists in the UK and Australia. Has also been published in India and translated and published in China.
- “What To Do When You Become The Boss” nominated as finalist in “INDIE Business Book of the Year” Awards in the USA.
- Regular columnist on Management-issues.com and TrainingZone.co.uk – three articles nominated as “Article of the week” - “Tough times call for tough training” chosen as “Article of the month”. Two recent articles on Management-issues.com, “Did Plato have the answer to Wall Street’s problems?” and “Who guards the guards?” have won wide acclaim.
About the Author - Bob Selden
Bob Selden is the author of the best-selling “What To Do When You Become The Boss” – a self-help book for new managers – see details at http://www.whenyoubecometheboss.com/. He’s also coached at one of the world’s premier business schools, the Institute for Management Development in Lausanne, Switzerland and regularly advises managers around the globe on their current challenges. Please add your comments to this article or contact Bob via http://www.nationallearning.com.au/contact if you would like some free advice on your current management challenge.
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