Glenda ScottSenior Consultant

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technical qualifications
  • Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment
accreditations
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • Strengths Deployment Inventory (SDI)
tertiary qualifications
  • Executive Master of Business Administration

An adult learning specialist, Glenda’s facilitation expertise centres on developing management and leadership skills.  Her experience in the higher education sector focused on developing employability skills in business graduates involving collaborative work with industry employers, identifying skills and knowledge required by graduates.  From this she developed and delivered a suite of subjects that prepared students for employment.

Glenda’s background in management in both private and public sector organisations ensures she has a strong understanding of both sectors.  She maintains positive relationships with a number of major public sector agencies, having delivered client focused, Graduate Certificate of Management programs and supported in-house management and leadership programs over many years.  She has excellent understanding of organisational cultures which she utilises in her consulting role with Workplace Management Network.

Glenda has extensive experience as a manager and leader in both the State and Federal Public Sectors, ensuring her expertise in providing strategic direction, business planning and achieving business outcomes against national standards.  Glenda also has project management experience, gained through managing major national and local projects from concept to delivery.

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For a confidential discussion about how we can assist your company, contact Helen on 0419 005 548 or helen@wpmn.com.au

Thank you Dr Helen Sitlington for an insightful and inspiring presentation at my book launch (Workplace Abuse, Incivility & Bullying: Methodological and Cultural Perspectives). Your presentation clearly demonstrated the complexities associated with managing and investigating workplace bullying scenarios. Your suggestions for future action, were sound, and practical, and invaluable for any modern workplace with an interest in people, performance, and productivity.
Best regards

Associate Professor
Maryam Omari.

Maryam-Omari
insightful and inspiring
Dean of School of Business & Law, Edith Cowan University

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For a confidential discussion about how we can assist your company, contact Helen on 0419 005 548 or helen@wpmn.com.au