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Congratulations CMP Class of 2017

Participants of the CAUDIT Managers Program have completed their final face-to-face session,  closing out their participation in the 2017 program.  Day one of the final session was an opportunity for participants to present personal lessons in management and leadership and what they have discovered about themselves, about others, about their team and any other aspect since beginning the program.  The format of the presentation outlines specific situation(s), the specific action(s) to address the situation, the outcome(s) and the learning take-aways. 

Day two saw participants receive their second set of LSI profiling results.  The purpose of the LSI re-test is to establish if they are modifying and if others are recognising change in their behaviour.  Based on the results, participants have identified 2-3 actions that they have committed to follow-up on over the next six months.

Hosted by Deakin University at their Downtown offices in Melbourne, the group had the opportunity of spending an hour with Chief Digital Officer of Deakin University, William Confalonieri, talking through his career journey and key learnings along the way.

The participating staff from CAUDIT member institutions for 2017 are listed below and CAUDIT is proud to have supported them throughout the program.

Applications for 2018 will be called for in the CAUDIT newsletter in early 2018.

Organisation

First name

Surname

Deakin University

Jared

Walley

Deakin University

Tim

Hetherington

Defence Science and Technology Group

Narelle

Simmons

Edith Cowan University

Chad

Nurmi

Flinders University

Con

Borg

Griffith University

Nick

Rossow

Griffith University

Donald

Jeffrey

James Cook University

Kevin

Lane

James Cook University

Joel

Millwood

Queensland University of Technology

Matthew

Clayton

The University of Adelaide

Geraint

Draheim

The University of Adelaide

Daniel

Cox

The University of Auckland

Rudo

Tagwireyi

University of New England

Tammy

Tanner

University of Southern Queensland

Brian

Stevens

University of Technology, Sydney

Aaron

Costello

University of the Sunshine Coast

Bret

Parkinson

Western Sydney University

Irene

Pridham

Western Sydney University

Sharon

Crapp