“Kristal and I watched that, then for the two days after that Kristal facilitated that same workshop,” she said.
“The target audience was middle managers. They had a lot of interesting ways of how to produce outcomes by managing people. It was quite interesting because as a manager, to deliver outcomes, it’s the human element that’s the most important thing; you can be technically proficient, but if you’re a manager you can increase productivity in such a way that your team helps you and you get a better outcome.”
Angel started out this week in Bunbury with a meeting with Bunbury MP Don Punch.
“I’ll be following up on some things from that meeting, and I will be helping organise the things we need for Procure South West at the end of November,” she said.
“Damien is doing a workshop next week, and I’m helping collate the resources needed for that, as well as shadowing everybody else to see what they do.”
Angel, who has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and Sociology, is the first graduate through IPS. Her aim is to gain enough experience and knowledge to facilitate workshops and run projects as a consultant.