Melbourne Business School Short Courses Driving Performance in a Changing World (online)

Driving Performance in a Changing World (online)

Learn to drive performance, manage change and thrive in an ever-evolving and complex work environment.

Driving Performance in a Changing World (online) Course Overview

Maintaining the status quo is no longer an option.

To perform as a leader, you need to be able to provide your team with a clear and compelling purpose, uncover insights to accelerate progress and achieve tangible results amidst uncertainty and rapid change.

Driving Performance in a Changing World (online) will equip you with the confidence and practical skills to adapt and achieve success both now and in the future - helping you to capitalise on the opportunities created by ongoing disruption.

This program runs over six weeks (approximately four hours per week) and includes a 90 minute virtual Live Learning Lab every Tuesday.

Who Should Attend This Leadership Short Course?

Strategic Professionals

  • Seeking practical tools for building and sustaining productive teams
  • Interested in learning to respond to unprecedented challenges
  • Responsible for implementing change-related initiatives.

Key Takeaways From This Short Course

Learn to Lead With Purpose During Periods of Change

  • Adopt the behaviours and mindsets required to drive performance in a fast-changing work environment 
  • Apply insights and key trends to influence, lead and achieve tangible results
  • Leverage your strengths and action key areas for development.

Adopt Innovative and Customer-centric Change Management Practises

  • Adopt design thinking to solve new and complex challenges through customer-centricity, innovative practice and stakeholder engagement.

Managing Change and Influence Effectively

  • Manage disruptive change initiatives through building organisational readiness and leveraging appropriate people management strategies
  • Plan for the challenges of leading teams to work in new ways, while using clear communication to align and engage people.

Topics Covered in Driving Performance in a Changing World (online)

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Leadership in the Changing World

Embrace crucial mindsets, behaviours and skills for driving organisational performance.
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Design Thinking

Learn how to become more innovative by using design thinking consumer insights to adopt a human-centered approach.
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Managing Change

Understand how to plan for change, develop strategies and implement them successfully with the aid of proven tools and frameworks.

Online Course Student Success Story

"The whole program was virtual. It was a really easy, flexible and accessible program and suited me down to the ground."

"The whole program was virtual. It was a really easy, flexible and accessible program and suited me down to the ground."

RAMONA SALIGARI
Head of Learning and Development, Maddocks

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Key Facilitators for Driving Performance in a Changing World (online)

Greg Harbidge

PROGRAM DIRECTOR, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION

Greg is a leadership development expert with a particular focus on creativity, innovation and design thinking. He teaches on the Melbourne Health Accelerator program as well as our short courses.

Aviva Berzon

LEAD CONSULTANT, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

A workplace relations lawyer by background, Aviva moved into consulting, executive coaching and professional development after realising her passion for unlocking leadership capability in others.

Cameron Brooks

SENIOR CONSULTANT, LEADERSHIP AND ORGANISATION DYNAMICS

Cameron is an organisational development and learning expert who has held senior roles with several multinational companies. His passion is for creating engaging and inspiring places to work.

Upcoming Sessions

This is an online program. The program fee covers tuition.

Read our full terms and conditions and other frequently asked questions for more information.

4 Jul - 8 Aug Online
6 weeks
$2,950 AUD
APPLY 2023

Online Session Times

July Intake 2023

  • Session 1: 4 July (11am-12.30pm)
  • Session 2: 11 July (11am-12.30pm)
  • Session 3: 18 July (11am-12.30pm)
  • Session 4: 25 July (11am-12.30pm)
  • Session 5: 1 August (11am-12.30pm)
  • Session 6: 8 August (11am-12:30pm)

*Online session times are subject to change.

Program Enquiry

If you have any questions about this course, such as the next intake dates or application process, please fill out the form below with details of your enquiry and our team will respond to your request within three business days, or call us on +61 3 9349 8200 or email programs@mbs.edu. Read our Privacy Policy.