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Leading in Local Government Leading in Local Government
Microcredential

Leading in Local Government

Build your leadership capacity and capability to be a purposeful, inclusive leader who can lead for impact.

  • 19 Aug 24 - 17 Sep 24
  • 6 wks
  • Avg 20 hrs/wk
  • 3,569
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Supervising Indigenous Higher Degree Research Supervising Indigenous Higher Degree Research
Microcredential

Supervising Indigenous Higher Degree Research

Enrich your supervisory practice with an exploration of Indigenous research theories and methodologies.

  • 02 Sep 24 - 11 Oct 24
  • 6 wks
  • Avg 12 hrs/wk
  • 1,363
  • Online
  • Scheduled sessions
Complex Problem Solving and Communication Complex Problem Solving and Communication
Short Course

Complex Problem Solving and Communication

Learn to use the transdisciplinary problem-solving tools and techniques employed by the world’s top management consultancies including McKinsey, BCG and Bain.

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  • 12 wks
  • Avg 8 hrs/wk
  • 1,890
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Leadership Course: Leading for Impact Leadership Course: Leading for Impact
Short Course

Leadership Course: Leading for Impact

This leadership course focuses on developing an authentic and effective leadership approach that generates meaningful impact.

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  • 1 day
  • 8 hrs
  • 698
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions
Leadership Course: Leading to Empower Leadership Course: Leading to Empower
Short Course

Leadership Course: Leading to Empower

This leadership course focuses on developing a purposeful and inclusive leadership approach to empowering individuals and teams.

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  • 1 day
  • 8 hrs
  • 698
  • On Campus (Sydney)
  • Scheduled sessions

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