(Audio player not working? Head to our Soundcloud page to listen to all our podcasts.)
Managing a management business. Today on Eden Exchanges we spoke to Tim Marsh, a Licensee for LMA (Leadership Management Australia) in Brisbane. Tim discusses his past management job roles, his history working in the government sector and his move to the role of Licensee in Queensland with LMA. Tim also discusses what makes a LMA licensee successful, the requirements of the role and what LMA is bringing to the Australian personal development business sector.
Starting out in business and previous career in the government sector
- Becoming a Licensee
Starting out with LMA and taking on the role of mentor
- What kind of person does it take?
Who fits the role of Licensee in LMA Leadership Management Australia
- What does LMA do?
- LMA’s focus on leadership, team dynamics, performance, productivity and sales skills
- What’s in a day?
The involvement of a typical day according to Tim
- What is required?
Requirements of the role
- The make or break?
Tim’s perspective on past licensees and their success
- What Australia is seeing in the management and training sector
The future of LMA and what it continues to bring to the Australian sector
- How to get in touch?
How to get in contact with LMA
If you have heard anything that interests you in this podcast, or wish to know more about other business opportunities on offer, feel free to visit Eden Exchange an find an opportunity that works for you.
- Eden Exchange Website/Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/Instagram
- BusinessBuyInvest Website
About Leadership Management Australia
For further information on LMA license opportunities please click here and submit an enquiry.
Founded by our Executive Chairman Grant Sexton in 1972, Leadership Management Australia (LMA) has been creating exceptional results through people for more than four decades.
LMA courses have already enhanced the leadership skills, team dynamics, performance, productivity and sales skills of over 130,000 people from thousands of organisations across Australia and New Zealand.