Curtin students have a long history of making a difference to people’s lives, driving industries forward and giving back to the community. The Game Changers workshop series is designed to help you explore your leadership potential, develop your self-awareness and learn to work with others to create lasting change!
You don’t have to wait until you’re settled in to a career to start thinking about leadership. You already impact others and the world around you through your actions every day. That means it’s never too early think about what you want that impact to be, and how you’re going to change the game to make tomorrow better!
Game Changers workshops cover a variety of fundamental leadership topics, including leadership 101, goal setting, teamwork, and forming habits for success, as well as innovative concepts such as building networks, driving change and leveraging diversity.
Interested in Game Changers?
You are welcome to attend all workshops in the Game Changers series, or to select only those that are of particular interest to you. Each week we’ll focus on a different topic, with an online or face-to-face session available.
Explore leadership definitions, theories and styles, and begin creating your own development plan
Consider the role of values, beliefs, emotional intelligence and self-regulation in leadership
Explore different frameworks and strategies, and how goal setting can be a leadership tool
Discuss team characteristics, and the tools, skills and mindsets needed for successful collaboration
Identify strategies to overcome your nerves, and examine key elements of effective presentations
Forming habits for success
Explore strategies to make and break habits, and how to make these changes stick
Discuss approaches to conflict management and the constructive use of feedback as a tool
Develop skills and strategies to initiate, maintain and grow strong networks
Discover strategies for driving projects and the tools needed to realise a vision
Explore the concept of ‘culture’ and its impact on workplaces and communities