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National Farm Management Programs

National Farm Leadership Program

Powered by LeaderShift Inc.

Few of us consider our own leadership as a competitive advantage, however research has shown that leader effectiveness can account for as much as 1/3 of business performance. Farm Management Canada is pleased to be working with LeaderShift to empower Canada’s farmers through a leadership development program designed for hectic farm life and the desire to learn and perform in real time.

Program Benefits:

  • Understand your leadership effectiveness against a global benchmark
  • Identify critical development areas that will have the most impact on your business
  • Build the confidence to initiate conversations that address persistent problems
  • Develop your skills in real time, while working in your business
  • Gain clarity in goal-setting and decision-making
  • Increase the performance of yourself, and empower others
  • Reduce stress, anxiety and achieve more of what matters most
  • Connect with other professionals to share insights and build your support network

Led by certified executive coach and fourth generation farmer, Kelly Dobson, LeaderShift combines adult learning research, with neuroscience and IT, enabling leader development at any age. Kelly has direct experience with family business dynamics and managing through cyclical markets. He has a lifelong interest in teams and how effective leadership can create results greater than the sum of individual efforts.

Develop your capacity to make bold decisions in the face of uncertainty by effectively engaging with others.

What are people saying?

 “The program revealed a whole new side of leadership that has never been touched on in any previous course that I have taken.  I was able to apply the principals immediately and witness the positive effects of clear communication. The leader assessment identified areas where my leadership required improvement and both the LeaderLab and residency were great ways to practice in both an individual and cohort setting.”

 

 

 

Programs begin: January 27 2020
Residency: March 10 – 12, 2020

LeaderShift’s program is eligible for up to $2500 cost-share funding for farmers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Check with your provincial Ministry of Agriculture for eligibility requirements. 

For further details and to apply, contact info(at)fmc-gac.com or visit: http://leader-shift.ca/national-farm-leadership-program/  

Webinar Series

Farm Management Canada will be hosting a series of webinars providing more information on the National Farm Leadership Program. The next webinar is scheduled for November 19. To learn more, register, or watch a recording from the most recent webinar, visit the Agriwebinar page.

Canadian Total Excellence in Agricultural Management (CTEAM) Program

Partnered with Agri-Food Management Excellence

Canadian Total Excellence in Agricultural Management (CTEAM) Program

CTEAM, Canada’s only national farm management training program, and the only program in which you use your own farm data to create a strategy and develop a plan specifically for your operation.

Interested in becoming a better financial manager? Looking to apply what you learn to your farm? Want to be part of a great network of top farm managers across Canada?

Farm Management Canada is a proud of supporter of the Canadian Total Excellence in Agricultural Management (CTEAM) program delivered by Agri-Food Management Excellence (AME).

Covering a wide variety of business management topics from financial management, succession planning and human resource management to identifying and measuring key performance indicators and learning how to mitigate risk, CTEAM builds confidence in making everyday management decisions that greatly impact the overall viability of the farm.

The benefits of taking CTEAM are becoming more evident each year. In a 2014 survey of graduates of the program over its first 15 years, a minimum of 75% of graduates say they benefitted by:
Confidence in their ability to manage;

  • Improved profitability;
  • Opportunities for expansion; and
  • Networking.

 

 

In most provinces, CTEAM qualifies for cost-share funding, as well as other federal government training support.

For further details and to register, contact AME or visit: www.agrifoodtraining.com/for-producers-cteam

Larry Martin, Principal
Phone: 519-841-1698

Heather Broughton, Principal
780-781-2840

Our Vision:
Canadian Farmers are world leaders for a sustainable future through farm business management excellence.

Our Mission:
To cultivate excellent Canadian farm business management, through awareness and adoption of beneficial management practices.

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