LINK continues to serve Treasury

Over the years LINK has assisted The Treasury with people-capability-building services, including leadership development, team building and executive coaching. Our current executive coaching services will ensure that this partnership continues in 2021. Read more

David Cohen advises the AIS

David is currently advising the AIS with its Athlete Wellbeing & Engagement Learning & development Framework. Read more

Executive Coaching

LINK Learning is currently providing Executive Coaching at the Treasury and ACT Health. Read more

Diploma of Leadership and Management

LINK Learning has been chosen to design and deliver a Diploma of Leadership and Management for students at the Marks National Theological Centre (Charles Sturt University). Read more

Testimonial: Team Building

Roula is a Team Leader for the AAT in South Australia - LINK designed and facilitated a one day team building workshop for the SA AAT Office. Read more

Testimonial: Executive Coaching SES

John is a Band 1 at the Department of Human Services - David worked with John throughout 2017, on his career options and development. Read more

Developing People Capability at TSG

LINK is creating a People Capability Framework and Development Strategy for the Technical Service Group (TSG) of the Department of Employment. Read more

New work with the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

LINK successfully tendered for the design and delivery of a one day workshop for the AAT. The Whole Brain Thinking model will form the basis of a new workshop that addresses resilience, emotional intelligence and teamwork. Read more

LINK selected for PM&C Panel

LINK Learning has been selected by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet as one of the preferred suppliers for their Career Advisory and Coaching Services. Read more

Coaching and Developing Others Workshop

LINK has been invited to develop and deliver a one day version of the APSC's Coaching and Developing Others workshop, for the Australian Institute of Family Studies. Read more