Leading Change: New models for a different context in 2021


24 June–25 June 2021




Sunshine Coast TAFE
34 Lady Musgrave Drive
Mountain Creek, QLD 4557




Led by Christine Nixon and Amanda Sinclair

This two-day workshop will be a pivotal experience in your leadership journey as we explore what we can learn from the leadership on display in the new models of popularist leadership. We will consider how the task of leadership has changed with COVID from more traditional style and focus towards building cultures of care. This is an important experience for community, public and private sector leaders as well as teams developing their shared approaches to developing their collaborative leadership practice.

Christine Nixon was the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police between April 2001 and February 2009, being the first female Chief Commissioner in any Australian state police force.

Amanda Sinclair is an author, researcher, consultant and teacher in leadership, change, gender and diversity. A Professorial Fellow at Melbourne Business School, The University of Melbourne, her books include Doing Leadership Differently, Leadership for the Disillusioned and Leading Mindfully.

Leadership competencies

This event aligns with the following Leadership competencies for Queensland - Leads strategically and Leads change in complex environments.

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Alliance for Leadership Learning
0410 637 072
jan [at] allianceforleadershiplearning.com.au

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