Master of Advanced Leadership Practice Info Evening

4 Apr 2017 6:00 PM
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Albany campus
Atrirum Building, Wonder Room
5 Apr 2017 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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IMNZ, 3-11 Hunter Street (Jaclkson Stone House), Wellington
Jackson Stone House (formally Lumley House), Level 7

MALP is an 18 month transformational leadership programme taught by international and local leadership experts over 9 workshops. The change process is supported by 12 hours of one on one professional coaching and the capstone is an applied research project conducted in and on leadership in your workplace. The programme is about discovering who you are as a leader, you will be challenged to develop and grow, and emerge with greater influence and authenticity. This will also allow you to be able to release the potential in others better.

We start our next intake on the 11th May come and find out more from our staff and students

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