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Announcing new course for leaders in public sector

Published: 15 Dec 2013 Average Rating: unrated Print
 
This article appeared in Contracting Excellence magazine on 15 Dec 2013 view edition
 

A new course titled, Commercial Skills for Leaders, designed for leaders within the public sector, is now available.  Find out more in the IACCM press release dated 18 December 2013.

The scope of the Commercial Skills for Leaders training program spans many topics...

  • Commercial skills development and use
  • Commercial strategies
  • Approaches to contracting culture
  • Understanding suppliers
  • ...and more

Get more details in the  IACCM press release dated 18 December 2013.

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