Masterclass

Our new Masterclass series—offered for the first time in 2013—provides new opportunities to hone your skills in core leadership capabilities: The art and skill of collaboration Working with purpose and role Conflict, growth and innovation Thinking and working politically Working with authority Offered at a reduced rate for graduates of any Social Leadership Australia Program (SLA Alumni), the masterclasses build on key elements in the Social Leadership Australia model as taught in all our programs, and provide a deeper 'hands-on' learning experience in a specific skill set, in either or a two-or three-day workshop format. This is a great opportunity to revisit and deepen or develop your skills in an area of leadership with direct relevance to your work right now.

Mobilising Social Innovation Masterclass

 

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Moving beyond good intentions is hard!

The MOBILISING SOCIAL INNOVATION MASTERCLASS is designed to help you learn to nurture innovation in complexity so you and your organisation can adapt and thrive.

At this 2 day Masterclass we will provide you with the space and experience that will stimulate ‘out of the box’ thinking and connect it to action. Going beyond design thinking, we’ll provide a practical toolkit and skills to support you in your creative and innovation work. This is an opportunity to think creatively about yourself and your work challenges.

This masterclass is for people who are leading systemic change within their organisation, leading social reform across government and the non-government sectors, working in collaboration across functions, organisations, sectors, cultures or communities or who are seeking greater innovation from their team.
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State: 
NSW
Where: 
UNSW CBD Campus, Level 6, 1 O'Connell St, Sydney

Adaptive Leadership Masterclass - Melbourne

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Tuesday 15 September - Wednesday 16 September 2015

Join Social Leadership Australia and the Centre for Social Impact for a thought provoking master class about the fundamentals of Adaptive Leadership and how it is useful for leading change and creating lasting social impact. During this class you will be introduced to the Adaptive Leadership Framework and its purpose in leading adaptive change. Master class participants will then develop a deeper and more advanced understanding of how individuals, organisations and communities can benefit.

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State: 
VIC
Where: 
Jasper Hotel Melbourne, 489 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
When: 
15 September 2015 - 9:00am - 16 September 2015 - 5:00pm

Adaptive Leadership for Social Impact Masterclass

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Join Social Leadership Australia and the Centre for Social Impact for a thought provoking masterclass about the fundamentals of Adaptive Leadership and how it is useful for leading change and creating lasting social impact. MORE >

State: 
NSW

The Art & Skill of Collaboration

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A two-day specialised leadership masterclass, 28-29 August 2013 (DATE CHANGE), Brisbane

Collaboration seems to be the magic word. For a government department working with 'wicked' social or environmental problems, for a corporation tackling sustainability, organisational change or innovation, or for an NGO looking to partner to deliver meaningful impact at the community level, collaboration promises a way forward.

Unfortunately, as anyone who has 'been there and done that' knows, collaboration is difficult work. Most attempts at it fail.

The Art & Skill of Collboration masterclass has been designed to help you develop the leadership skills you need to succeed in this complex and challenging task. After the success of our first masterclass of the 2013 series in Sydney, we are running the Art and Skill of Collaboration masterclass in Brisbane in August.

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State: 
QLD
Where: 
Brisbane
When: 
28 August 2013 - 8:00am - 29 August 2013 - 5:00pm
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