Complexity and Leadership

Over three stimulating days we will explore complexity leadership in Launceston, during Junction Arts Festival.

The center piece is a Symposium on Friday featuring a range of local and interstate speakers who can accelerate your strategic thinking and capacity as it relates to complexity.

Through a curated program of keynotes, workshops and panels the day will build on your leadership strengths and help you gain clarity amidst the chaos.

This Friday is book-ended by activity programmed exclusively for our Alumni.

Open Enrollment
Friday 6 September – Leadership + Complexity Symposium

Together we will actively explore the reality that leadership is increasingly influenced by unpredictable, unprecedented speeds of change and therefore creating unique situations requiring us to be adaptive, dynamic collaborators. The day includes a keynote from Martin Flanagan, a workshop with Polly McGee and a networking event that will invite you to connect with other delegates. Click here to view the our incredible speaker bios and here for full symposium program.

All are welcome.

To book please visit here.

Alumni only
Thursday 5 Septembers – Tasmanian Leaders Alumni Congress Site Tours

This day will will allow us to explore the complexity through a number of interactive site tours throughout Launceston’s CBD. It will conclude at Junction Arts Festival.

To book for this day, or to bundle with the Friday or Saturday, please visit our portal here or to find out more please download a program.

Saturday 7 September – Tasmanian Leaders Alumni Congress Master Classes

The final day is designed to give our graduates the opportunity to drill down into specific strategies to add to their leadership toolkit. Featuring a key note from Professor Mohamad Abdalla, Centre for Islamic Thought and Education and a selection of master classes.

To book please login into our portal here.

Image Jacob Collings, Junction Arts Festival 2018