How to Apply
For further information or to register your interest so that you can be advised of confirmed dates and locations when available, please contact Eva Freedman, Learning Experience Director, AGSM @ UNSW Business School on firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, download the application form below.
The program consists of 5 modules spanning 12 days throughout the year. It offers a variety of learning experiences including experiential learning in Sydney, an additional location (TBA), digitised and classroom learning.
The EIELP 5 x Learning Modules are outlined below with in-class program hours approximately 9am-5pm. This includes course work, coaching and mentoring in between modules as well as pre and post program assessments.
The presentation of a strategic challenge project will be in Module 5. Approximately 1 hour per week of program work, including reading and project work, will be required in between modules.
- Module 1: Leadership, Culture, and Identity (Sydney)
- Module 2: Strategic Leadership, Innovation and Decision Making (Virtual Learning)
- Module 3: Strategy and Innovation (Sydney)
- Module 4: Personal Effectiveness, Resilience and Managing Change (Location TBA)
- Module 5: Communicating with Influence, Final Presentations and Graduation (Sydney)
Who Should Attend?
The EIELP is designed to provide executive level leadership development to high performing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander managers. Participants are typically in established management roles and may have been identified as possessing senior level potential. For many organisations this represents their middle to senior management strata. Applicants who fulfil the following criteria should apply:
- Must be Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and identify as such
- Employed as Manager or Senior Manager in an organisation with a Reconciliation Action Plan or an organisation with a demonstrated commitment to advancing Indigenous affairs or
- Employed as Manager or Senior Manager and sponsored by an Elevate RAP organisation
- Must be available to attend all modules.
Professor Mark Rose – Program Director
The EIELP’s Academic Director and Expert Facilitator is Professor Mark Rose PhD M.Ed.Admin. B.A. DipT. Since
January 2020, Professor Rose is Deakin University’s first Pro Vice Chancellor for Indigenous strategy and is traditionally linked to the Gunditjmara Nation of western Victoria.
With a 30 year career in education, Mark has contributed to a broad range of educational settings within the state, nationally and internationally. As the former principal of Koorie Open Door Education (KODE), Mark has been an active member of VAEAI, is fully supportive of Community driven education and has consulted regularly with Indigenous and non-Indigenous organisations both nationally and internationally.