Supervise for Success program

Our Supervise for Success program is back for 2022 with more workshops to help grow and develop your operational, strategic leadership and people management skills. The first sessions will start in March.

If you are a new supervisor, or looking to expand or refresh your existing skills, we encourage you to attend an upcoming Supervise for Success workshop. Learn techniques in coaching, having difficult conversations, interviewing skills and developing your talent.

Register for the workshops using the links below.

Flexible Work Arrangements

The program covers the typical types of Flexible Work Arrangements at ACU, outlining who can make a request, how a staff member can submit a request, how supervisors need to consider the request, and a framework for decision-making.

Flexible Work Arrangements: Monday 21 March, 2pm-3.30pm (AEDT)

The Art of Behavioural Interviewing

Learn how to conduct interviews that are objective, fair, and provide the candidate the opportunity to shine. Develop skills to build rapport, manage an interview, and ask pertinent questions to gather data, indicative of future on-the-job success.

The Art of Behavioural Interviewing: Thursday 24 March, 1.30pm-5pm (AEDT)

Coaching Essentials

Develop a coaching mindset and practice a structured process to accelerate development by bringing out the best in others. Coaching support is offered post course. This workshop is completed over two half-days.

Coaching Essentials: Day 1 – Monday 28 March and Day 2 – Thursday 31 March, both 9.30am-1.30pm (AEDT)

Mental Health Masterclass

Supervisors are responsible for creating and maintaining a psychologically safe workplace. This two half-day program has been specifically created to equip supervisors with the necessary tools and skills to be able to respond to different scenarios impacting staff wellbeing in the workplace in a compassionate and fitting way. This workshop is completed over two half-days.

Mental Health Masterclass: Day 1 - Tuesday 29 March, 10am-1.30pm (AEDT) and Day 2 – Tuesday 5 April, 10am-1.30pm (AEST)

Role of the Chair

Gain a greater understanding of the end-to-end recruitment process and the roles and responsibilities of the Chair. Act as stewards of the university to ensure that processes are equitable, transparent, timely and candidates have a positive experience that supports the attraction and recruitment of a diverse workforce equipped to support the mission of the university.

Role of the Chair: Monday 4 April, 10am-11.30am (AEST)

Capability and Conversations

This program focuses on how to have effective conversations when identifying and building individual capabilities with your team. It will include how to identify and prioritise capabilities to focus on, coaching questions to use during the conversation, identifying and maximising learning opportunities, and techniques to drive a self-directed learning mindset for individuals in your team.

Capability and Conversations: Wednesday 6 April, 11am-12.30pm (AEST)

Leading Teams Virtually

This workshop will uncover the challenges of leading virtual teams and understand key factors that are detrimental to a team’s virtual performance.

Leading Teams Virtually: Tuesday 12 April, 10am-11.30am (AEST)

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