We live in extraordinary times. Never before in the history of humankind, have we experienced such rapid change.
Online, online, online… That’s been the mantra for all universities since on the onset of COVID-19.
The campus is changing. Funding and revenue streams are subject to new pressures. Student and faculty expectations are only increasing. Technologies are hurtling forward. The jobs market is shifting. As we speak, higher education is facing one of the greatest transformations in its long history.
When considering professional development, the contemporary worker is looking for flexibility and pathways to higher levels of learning. Through QUTs Enterprise Leadership offering, Esther Murphy, a manager at Brisbane City Council, was able to complete professional development modules in areas of most relevance to her.
2020…the year that is unforgettable, and the year that is nearly over! It’s difficult to comprehend that we are preparing to graduate our current Cohort from our 12 month Leadership Coaching (LCAM) Executive Graduate Certificate in Business, as in one sense it seems like only yesterday when they commenced with us.
Ryan McKergow has had his fair share of one-the-job learning, and trial and error, but recognised that with his new role, he needed new leadership skills, and he needed them quickly.
If there’s one thing 2020 has demonstrated, we are living in ever increasingly volatile, complex, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) environments, where demand for leadership coaching is continuing as…
Western Downs Regional Council (WDRC) recognised that they needed some help to tackle future-orientated problems. They were looking to upskill their staff in a rapid way, to think more innovatively, and to commence developing a coaching culture for leadership. But where do you start?
The complexity of our highly interconnected world makes it hard to predict what will happen next. And when we can’t easily predict what will happen next, our mind tends to predict threat. Which is, of course, not unreasonable when we read the news. So what is to be done?
In this episode of QUT ExecInsights, Dr Penny Williams, Lecturer in QUT’s Business School, speaks about her collaborative research which produced the first ever Digital Platform Work in Australia survey.