Thought Leadership Series

Thought Leadership Series

Join us for our dynamic UQ Business School Thought Leadership Series which presents alumni and industry friends with the opportunity to hear about key business topics that impact upon their careers. The Series showcases the latest in academic research paired with practical industry advice.

The Thought Leadership Series has been a key alumni initiative of the UQ Business School since 2016. The Series is presented in partnership with KPMG and previous topics have included, cybersecurity, marketing through virtual reality and resolving conflict in the workplace.

In 2018, the Thought Leadership Series will be covering trending business topics in July, September and November. 

 

Join us for the first topic of 2018, 'Leading in the age of change: the dynamic and informed leader'.

Register now:

Brisbane - 18 July 2018

Sydney - 24 July 2018

Melbourne - 25 July 2018

The business world is changing rapidly and becoming more volatile, uncertain and complex. Leaders are at risk of making flawed decisions based on the latest fads or popular ideas.

Professor Julie Cogin, UQ Business School's Dean and Head of School, and Sally Calder, KPMG's Partner of People and Change, will discuss what leadership qualities are required to shape and steer organisations in this age of change. They will address what this means for aspiring leaders of the future and discuss how current leaders can prepare themselves.

Join us to gain a unique insight into evidence-based management practices across areas such as hiring, teamwork, elevating employee performance and driving innovation.

Guests will also have the opportunity to network with fellow UQ alumni and industry guests over drinks and canapes.

 

What are guests are saying: 

"The quality of speakers is truly outstanding" 

"This series has been really enjoyable and an important part of my professional development"

"Valuable content and valuable networks!" 

 

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