Got questions about Leading Change for Good or Leading Beyond Sustainability? Our team will be on Zoom and available to answer any questions you have – just drop in and ask! Add to your calendar then join the Zoom link in the invite.
Tuesday 7th December
Drop in and chat with the team during this 1 hour lunchtime Q&A time slot.
We’re inviting you to a no-strings-attached Q&A with the programme lead, Hancine Samvelyan, and National Academic Manager, Hayley Sparks, so you can ask any questions you might have about our change-maker programmes: Leading Change for Good and Leading Beyond Sustainability.
Keen to hear more about the content of the programmes? Not sure if you’re eligible? Wondering how to apply? Interested in understanding the assessments? Want to check if you can work alongside study? Looking at applying for one of our scholarships?
Our team have all the answers. Just jump on this Zoom session anytime between 12pm-1pm on Tuesday 7th December and ask away, via chat or video.
The Mind Lab’s Leading Change for Good is a Postgraduate Certificate that focuses on leadership and transformation for real, lasting impact where it matters the most. It’s a 34-week programme and the first of it’s kind in New Zealand.
The programme aims to provide people from diverse industries and communities with the knowledge and skills to effectively instigate and lead collaborations and partnerships, and apply environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable practices for positive impact in times of change.
The Mind Lab’s Leading Beyond Sustainability is a Micro-credential that takes you beyond the basics of sustainability and kick starts your journey with practical steps and innovative approaches to help drive a resilient and thriving future for all.
Over 8 weeks, it’s a compact yet varied learning experience, delivered through an online platform to be done in your own time each week. The programme aims to give you examples and models of innovative and diverse approaches to sustainability, underpinned by indigenous values. You’ll walk away with a change strategy applicable to your own context – whatever you decide that is.