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Knowing Yourself – Managing Your Farm Business

In this first of six Managing Your Farm Business workshops, Toni Duka, Consultant, Coach, Facilitator, and Women in Ag advocate, will take you through one of the most critical elements of managing your farm business – knowing yourself.


The workshop will cover:

  • Personality styles and how they work together
  • How to look after self and others
  • Values; how they show up and what influences them
  • Circles of influence
  • Understanding your support network
  • Managing Change

This workshop forms part of a 6 part series – it is not essential, but is highly encouraged that participants attend each workshop for greatest benefit. Future sessions include:

  • Session 2 Teams and Communication, Toni Duka, 25 March 2024
  • Session 3 Effective HR Solutions, Leanne Hastings, 24 June 2024
  • Session 4 Understanding your numbers, Deb Pervis, 29 July
  • Session 5 Business Management, Jeff McDonald, 26 Aug
  • Session 6 Business Transition, Tony Catt, 23 September


Monday 26th February, 2024

8.45am for a 9.00am start to 3.00pm


Manoora Football Club, 61 Weymouth Street, Manoora.


The cost of the single workshop is $55 + booking fee.

The cost of the 6 workshop series is $275 + booking fee

The day includes morning tea and lunch.

The full cost of this workshop is $500 per person which has been heavily reduced thanks to the support of event sponsors.

Numbers are limited for this workshop so please book early to avoid disappointment.



Sponsored by

This project is supported by FRRR, through funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.

FRRR Future Drought Fund logo

More Information

Register quickly as places are limited – RSVP 19th February 2024 for catering purposes

For further information contact Dili Schoenberg, WoTL Ambassador on 0410 409 950


About your presenter

Toni Duka, Regenerate Rural Women Program Facilitator

Toni Duka, Consultant, Coach and Facilitator, Toni Duka Consulting

Toni is passionate about rural communities, the core of her work has always included building relationships and engaging with local communities. She is someone who builds rapport quickly, and brings energy and enthusiasm to whatever she does. Toni is particularly passionate about supporting regional women, to work through challenges and towards goals they are passionate about, but mostly for them to see themselves in all of their beautiful imperfect glory.