Learn how to help your employees and stakeholders reach their full potential, as well as understand your own strengths and weaknesses.
Our Emerging Managers Program focuses on practical performance development. You will learn and practice new skills and see how they can be applied to a real-world challenge from your own organisation.
The program has been designed to make the most of the rapidly changing digital learning environment, with technology fully integrated.
Who Should Attend?
- Project managers who are early in their career
- Team leaders with identified potential for more senior roles in the future.
- Team leaders
- Managers of a team within a function
- Managers of cross-functional projects
- Frontline or middle managers
Equip yourself with useful tools
- Better understand yourself as a manager, including your strengths and opportunities
- Develop and implement business plans
Understand how to optimise team performance
- Understand and develop individual and team performance
- Manage conflict
- Negotiate and influence more effectively
- Work with your team to improve work processes
- Formulate and achieve specific goals.
Developing team performance
Business planning and strategy
Change management is a big challenge for us. All parties and stakeholders need to understand the rationale behind the change. The takeout for me was, if you focus on the human factor, the rest falls into place.
Regional Business Manager, Lonsdale Financial Group
PROGRAM DIRECTORDanielle has worked in HR and employee development for companies including Aesop and the Australian Institute of Management, as well as lecturing in organisational change at Monash University.
Julian is a registered psychologist who has worked with everyone from police officers to CEOs. He specialises in executive coaching, culture change, strategy facilitation, leadership and organisational development.
Kath is a registered psychologist and former law firm partner who now works as a consultant and executive coach specialising in leadership development, resilience, emotional intelligence and managing change.
This is a non-residential program. The program fee covers tuition, learning materials and meals during the workshop.
As evening activities are part of the program, we strongly recommend that participants stay at our preferred, nearby, hotel provider, Rydges on Swanston, or arrange accommodation close to our Carlton campus. Rydges offer Melbourne Business School participants special rates and exclusive benefits.
Applications typically close six weeks prior to commencement, however, to secure your place, we encourage you to apply early. Applications received less than six weeks prior to commencement will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
A non-refundable deposit of $1,000 will be required to confirm your booking. Read our full terms and conditions here.