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If you want to become the best leader you can be and give your organisation a sustainable edge in New Zealand and worldwide, join the Massey Business School for New Zealand's first Master of Advanced Leadership Practice degree. MALP is a practitioner-based postgraduate experiential programme designed for a changing, modern world. It is the only master's qualification in New Zealand focused on leadership. You will gain from an intensive and outcome-focused experience.
MALP classes run from 8.30am -5.00p.m on a Friday and Saturday mid-month on the Massey campuses (Albany or Wellington) or at a local residential location each month for 9 months. In the first year two papers are run concurrently and the last paper is a 60 credit research paper about leadership in your organisation.
The next programme starts 9th May 2019 in Auckland and 16th May in wellington each with a one day orientation followed by the first workshop.
"I had been looking for a leadership programme at this level for many years and MALP ticked all the boxes I was looking for from international exposure, deeply exploring and developing yourself as a leader to learning from highly experienced pracademics and your own cohort."
"MALP is challenging, exhilarating, scary, and rewarding, and that’s just in the first 10 minutes….. the journey isn’t just about leadership in your WORK life but leadership for your WHOLE life."
"If you are seeking to find a practice-based programme and you are committed to the idea of transforming your effectiveness in all aspects of life then I would recommend enrolling in MALP."
"Understand yourself and the strengths you bring as a person to your role as a leader.
Find inspiration and grow professionally and personally from the people on the journey with you, and the experts that teach you."
Get in touch with us if you have any questions about application process or the content and requirements of the Massey Master of Advanced Leadership Practice (MALP) programme.
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Last updated on Wednesday 13 June 2018