Australia Network on Disability
Presented by Jenny Watts-Sampson, Australia Network on Disability
Presented by Barbara Mackie
Presented by Barbara Mackie
Presented by Brice Shen and Robyn Gamble
Innocation for Powerful Outcomes (Innovate)
Innovation involves transformative thinking and the genuine ability to cultivate and pick the lucrative fruits of our creative labour. In this course, you will develop an appreciation for a range of tools and concepts that can help make innovation happen. This course will feature original content and fresh thinking. It contains a stimulating mix of creative experiments, intriguing innovation examples, practical tools and robust concepts. These will help you induce creativity, gain deep customer insights, and develop an appreciation for creating a compelling innovation strategy.
Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power (LEAD)
Leadership; Identity, Influence and Power, examine the recent research in social psychology and business to provide you with the practical guidelines and actions that will help you develop and sustain your leadership.To understand why leadership is so popular a topic we begin with a close examination of the “Romance of Leadership” – the myths of leadership and the tendency to misattribute organisational outcomes to great leadership. We’ll also look at the history and underpinnings of much leadership theorising to understand the ideas of power, authority and charisma.In later modules we explore the dominant leadership theories and the need for a new approach to leadership. Under this new psychology of leadership – also known as the Social Identity theory of Leadership – we uncover 4 rules for leadership built upon an understanding of group psychological processes rather than the individual psychology of leaders.We conclude with the key skills and practices of leadership – skills and practices that you can learn and perfect. To help you with this, you will work on your own leadership development plan.
Management for a Competitive Edge (MgtEdge)
Whether you’re interested in running a multinational company, a domestic manufacturing plant, a coffee shop, or even working for yourself, management is a key function in the business world. In Management for a Competitive Edge, you’ll learn about what makes a good manager, how to perform in different organisational environments and cultures, management tools and strategies you can use in your life and career, and the principles of leadership, teamwork, and communication. You’ll also build the knowledge you need to study more specialised areas of management.
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Whether you realise it or not, you negotiate and resolve conflict every day. This course introduces you to a way of thinking about Negotiation and Conflict Resolution that will give you renewed confidence.This course provides you with an introduction to negotiation and conflict resolution from both an academic perspective and also from a practical or ‘skills’ based perspective. There are discussion boards which give you an opportunity to delve deeper into the issues with other people taking the course and also assessment items for you to undertake to help you recall key points along the way and to reinforce the learning. You will also receive some practical tips – negotiation ‘do’s and don’ts’, so you can continue to build on your skills in negotiation and conflict resolution after the course is complete.
Principle of Project Management (ProjMgt)
If you’re looking to move into management, or want to gain some project management skills for your current role, this is the course for you. Learn to manage a project from start to finish, including popular standards and processes and how to manage stakeholders. Understand the role of a project manager and learn how to plan work and execute.
Strategic Management (StratMgt)
Strategic management is one of the most important “hard skills” in business management. In Strategic Management, you’ll learn how you can manage businesses and projects proactively with a focus on long-term strategy, rather than reacting to day-to-day hiccups. In this course, you’ll learn about the role of strategic management in running a business, the difference between defensive and aggressive business strategies, taking a strategic position and recommending a strong business strategy. You’ll also learn how to incorporate factors like competitor behaviour and market movements into your decision making.
Adelaide Advantage: Graduate Career Readiness
Presented by Rohan Holland and Jen Clark
A collaboration between University of Adelaide and Readygrad to increase student employability.
Presented by Tony Wheeler, Bliip Global
Global trends and innovations in assessing and developing the skills employers want.
Global skills for the future and key drivers influencing the world of work
Presented by Verity Kingsmill & Melissa Connor, Flinders University
Preparing graduates for the future.
How students can use LinkedIn more effectively
Presented by Jane Foster, Murdoch University
Industry partners as teachers: applied in-class industry briefs in higher education marketing, public relations and events management courses
Presented by David Medhurst, APM collage of business and communication
Utilising the expertise of industry in the delivery of career development learning.
Presented by Barbara Mackie, MGSM
Delivering a modified mentoring program.
Pride Mentoring Program
Presented by Adam Rowland, RMIT University
Delivering a modified mentoring program.
Quality vs Quantity: can you have it both ways in the online space?
Presented by Anna Tayler, Curtin University
Online delivery of career services through discrete modules.
You can’t always get what you want … Or can you?
Presented by Gill Neville, Curtin University
Survey of career development needs of Postgraduate students, Curtin University.
Pitch Perfect, HBR Article: What’s Your Story, Excerpt from The Life and Time of the Thunderbolt Kid
Presented by Barb Mackie
Assisting students to understand the importance of personal brand and develop their key messages.
Preparing a New Wave of Job ready Graduates
Presented by Rohan Holland & Anna Tayler
Supporting students prepare for the recruitment process.
Reflections on a Journey. The Design, Delivery and Evaluation of a New Careers Course
Presented by Taye Morris
Careers in the curricula – overview of a successful course.
StudentJobs@Griffith Work in Progress, Lessons Learned
Presented by Margo Baas
Assisting students secure employment while studying.
The Career Journey as a Process of Self-Actualisation
Presented by Michelle Kenworthy
Highlighting self awareness in the career development process.
The Magic of Everyday Story Telling
Presented by Tristan Blom
The importance of story telling in career development learning.
Working Across The Oceans: The Peaks, Troughs and Realities of Aid and Development Work
Presented by Di Rachinger
Understanding aid and development work.
Better Out Than In
Presented by Michelle Rogers & Reuben Edmonds
Assisting LGBTIQ students transition from University into the workforce.
Career Development Strategies
Presented by Debra McDonald & Robyn Gamble
Assisting students leverage career development to find employment – a faculty approach.
Presented by Mark Glascodine
Confidence training for career counselling students with disabilities.
Evidencing Employability Skills
Presented by Elizabeth Knight & Judi Green
Delivering evidence of learning and skill development.
Exeter Award Program
Presented by Paul Blackmore
Presented by Jane Foster
Thanks But No Thanks
Presented by Kelly Whitney
Turning job rejection into opportunities.