CBAA Webinar - Creating a Team Culture

WEBINAR: Creating a Team Culture

Joshua Cole, 17th August 2023

Community radio stations serve their community best with great radio when they work as a high-functioning team. Creating a good team culture takes work. Teams with a strong, positive culture support resilience and inclusivity, and manage conflict. 

This session will discuss principles and practices for building and maintaining a strong team culture that will help your station address conflict (or even avoid it altogether) and stay focused on your community. 


Date: 3pm AEST, Tuesday, 19 September 2023

Presented by: Tony Rasmussen, Senior Lecture in the Radio & Podcasting teaching team at the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS),

Tony is an experienced radio professional with a rich and varied experience in broadcasting and multimedia leadership across a 40-year career at the ABC. 
Tony gained hands-on experience as a producer at ABC Radio Sydney, working on every key shift at the station. He’s also been a Content Director for ABC Regional Radio in NSW, and Editor of Networked Local Radio where he was responsible for program teams producing national shows like Nightlife; Overnights with Trevor Chappell and Rod Quinn; Australia All Over, and the Indigenous program, Speaking Out. 
When he left the ABC Tony was Manager of Regional Local Radio – overseeing editorial and operations for Local Radio and ABC Rural, with a team of over 300 content makers working in 44 radio stations across the country.  

Catch up on the webinar via CBAA Learning.

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