Alliance with Boost Business Results™

Alliance with Boost Business Results™

Workright Australia has created an enormous volume of exceptionally high quality training materials with regards Leadership and Management (including Mentoring and Coaching). Our expanded alliance with Mr Don Farnden, of Boost Business Results, adds further to our educational resources, particularly for those wanting to Boost Business Results.

Don Farnden has been leading revolutionary small business reform in Australia for decades.
He has coached and equipped over 10,000 owners of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME) in Australia.

Don studied under the all time SME master, Michael E Gerber (Founder of The E-Myth). He knows the value of practical, sequential learning, and how it can Boost Business Results™.  This is one of the reasons that Don formed an alliance with GEM College of International Business (also trading as Workright Australia) to facilitate his clients gaining the Diploma of Management or Diploma of Business with GEM College of International Business.

Don said “The GEM Online Campus is ideal for business owners, and by aligning the Boost Business Results™ resources to national competency standards, GEM enables my clients to gain credit towards two valuable internationally recognised qualifications. The client demonstrates his or her competence as they are enhancing their business performance, and GEM’s qualified assessors validate their performance on-the-job!”

Luceille Outhred, Corporate Leader of Workright/GEM said “ I have admired the work Don has done with Australian SMEs across many communities, and over two decades.  We are now honoured that he has chosen GEM to be the vehicle to take his fantastic resources to the world”.

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