Typical participant profile
The Colloquium is designed to expand the capacity of existing managers and is most suitable for participants with an understanding of leadership and its impact on team and organisational performance. The Colloquium is suitable for individuals, teams and larger groups and is applicable across a wide range of vocations and industries.
Designed to be undertaken in conjunction with full-time work, the Colloquium is intended for existing managers seeking a truly transformative developmental experience.
Participants will exit the course with an enhanced ability to:
Lead in the face of complex, adaptive challenges.
Communicate effectively with others to achieve common understanding, develop robust working relationships and overcome conflict.
Build and maintain high performing teams.
Create a culture of commitment and accountability and a focus on results.
Achieve results through others by attending to performance, feedback and development.
Deal with and adapt to complex challenges, solve problems and make sound decisions.
Establish and lead a culture that prioritises innovation and change in order to succeed in the digital age.
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Australian Applied Management Colloquium
The Applied Management Colloquium is the benchmark for practice-based management education in Australia today. Underpinned by ten years of industry-based research, the Colloquium continues to support hundreds of Australians every year to become more confident, adaptive and effective leaders.
First introduced in 2009, the Colloquium has set a new standard for management education in Australia. Key factors in the Colloquium’s widespread success are its focus on practical, applied learning outcomes and its high degree of applicability across diverse industries and vocations. The program is underpinned by extensive industry-based research and has been used as a vehicle to reshape management development in several key industries. Learn more
The Applied Management Colloquium is a six-month course offering participants a unique opportunity to explore their own strengths and weaknesses as they relate to leading effective teams in the digital age.
Through a highly collaborative learning journey, participants accelerate their own knowledge, skills and confidence and translate their learning into practical ways to strengthen the performance of those they lead.
Comprising a sophisticated combination of expert tuition, face-to-face workshops, personalised coaching and work integrated learning, the Colloquium is strategically paced, to allow crucial time for participants to experiment with new approaches, evaluate their success and drive real business outcomes.
Focused on overcoming the leadership challenges of a fast-paced digital world, we encourage participants to bring their own unique context to the learning environment and work with them to co-construct outcomes with a high degree of practical relevance and applicability.
The Colloquium offers participants increased capacity in a broad range of areas related to leadership and management.
Fees and Inclusions
The program enrolment fee is $10,990 (+GST). The enrolment fee covers all tuition and coaching, program related materials and access to the online learning portal. The enrolment fee does not cover travel and accommodation costs associated with attendance at the face-to-face elements of the program.
All applicants enrolling into the Australian Applied Management Colloquium must complete a program application form and adhere to standard admissions policies and procedures. Enrolments are at the discretion of the Admissions Department. Enrolment forms and details may be obtained by contacting the ASAM Admissions Department.
The Colloquium employs an integrated learning methodology that comprises intensive group workshops, peer knowledge-sharing, one-to-one coaching and practical workplace application. Throughout the program, discussion and exploration is guided by the day-to-day realities and challenges of participants, ensuring learning outcomes are relevant and practical.
Team Management Profile
The course commences with participants engaging in an examination of their leadership and learning goals. Participants complete a Team Management Profile and then undertake their first coaching session, in which they explore their profile with a qualified executive coach. Fortified with this new insight participants enter the first workshop with a renewed sense of purpose and commitment to their development.
With their dedicated leadership coach, participants take a deep dive into their individual situations and establish the foundations for their unique vision of success. Participants attend one ninety-minute and two sixty-minute coaching sessions at key milestones throughout the course. ASAM employs a rigorous, best practice approach to coaching which adheres to the code of ethics established by the International Coaching Federation. Coaching is delivered via the Zoom online conferencing platform.
Self-directed Learning Resources
To support the learning journey, a repository of self-directed content is accessible 24/7 via a state-of-the-art online learning management system that allows participants to engage with it any time from any device. Content includes high quality video tutorials, ‘best practice’ leadership literature and reflective tasks.
The course includes 7, highly engaging, full-day workshops, 3 at the start, 2 in the middle and 2 at the end. Through the workshops, participants are challenged to explore a variety of themes and scenarios linked to leadership and organisational performance. Working collaboratively to overcome common challenges provides valuable new insight informed by collective experience. The workshops also provide an invaluable opportunity to network with other participants and build important professional relationships.
In-person group workshops
"You have to be prepared to invest in your own development if you want to be a good leader. The Colloquium was definitely a worthwhile investment.”
SUSIE STATON Operations Manager