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Summit shows leadership paths | Farm Weekly



UNDERTAKING a leadership program involves more learning about yourself than actually acquiring new skills.

In delving inwards, you can know what your strengths and weaknesses are, what personality traits make you a good leader and what are the areas you need to work on, which is commonly around confidence.

Held last week at Crown Towers, Burswood, the Rural Edge Inspire Summit featured a panel of prominent people in WA agriculture who went through varying leadership programs.

More than 230 attendees, mainly women, heard from Moora farmer and Shire president Tracy Lefroy, Kalannie farmer Bob Nixon, Condingup farmer Marie Fowler and Grain Growers Alliance (GGA) chief executive officer Niki Curtis, who each shared their experiences of…

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