The Virtual Learning Experience
AGSM Virtual Learning Short Courses deliver the best of AGSM leadership knowledge, expertise, and experience in an online format, allowing you to develop the skills you need to thrive, wherever you are.
With courses in leadership, management, communication, operational risk, strategy and change, AGSM Virtual Learning help you build the skills you need to adapt and lead with agility, navigating the challenges of today and preparing for the road ahead.
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Experience a new era in online learning
Drawing on extensive experience delivering Australia’s #1 online MBA, AGSM has designed highly practical, interactive, and unique learning experiences. Taking online learning to a new level, courses are designed to deliver best practice frameworks, build new skills, shift mindsets and behaviours, and spark change.
Achieve immediate and enduring outcomes
Delivered over approximately 14 hours across two weeks, participants take part in a range of live virtual workshops interspersed with action learning and coaching to achieve immediate, measurable, and enduring outcomes.
Earn points towards your CEMD
As with all AGSM Short Courses, participants receive points towards their Certificate in Executive and Management Development (CEMD), recognising commitment to professional development and articulating toward AGSM MBA Programs.
The Learning Journey
The AGSM Navigator
The AGSM Navigator is an innovative learning platform specifically designed to support your professional development.
Designed to work seamlessly with the tools you already use like Zoom, WhatsApp and your personal calendar, the Navigator is a hub for all your learning experiences.
The Navigator tracks your journey, stores and submits your course work, and creates a community where you can ask questions, communicate with the facilitator and other participants, and build your network.
Our Expert Team
We’ve brought together leading academics, industry practitioners and seasoned experts to design courses that deliver the practical outcomes today’s organisations need to thrive.
Shanie Atkinson specialises in business growth, mergers and acquisitions. Her career has spanned roles in private equity, investment banking and strategy consulting. Shanie is currently in the doctoral program at UNSW Business School, where her research focuses on the dynamics of value creation in mergers and acquisitions.
Saul Brown is a management consultant, facilitator and coach with over twenty years leadership experience in financial services and ICT. He has a passion for driving business performance through people and a keen interest in innovation, the way leaders and organisations foster and harness the creative potential of their people.
Matthew Byrne works with managers and leaders in aligning personal strategy to corporate strategy as well as developing leadership styles that enable them to identify and leverage value.
Jeff Coulton is a senior lecturer at UNSW Business School, where he teaches in the area of financial statement analysis, with a focus on business strategy analysis and how it informs the use of accounting information. Prior to joining UNSW, he taught at UTS Sydney and the University of Texas and was a solicitor for legal firm, Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
Josep Curto is a consultant, data scientist, entrepreneur and professor who has helped many companies to create competitive advantages based on data. He believes that the combination of data, models, technology and experience is the ultimate combination to help organizations around the world to provide better services and create new products.
Melanie Fisher is an experienced psychologist, coach and facilitator who combines this experience to deliver learning experiences that help individuals, teams and organisations to achieve their goals. She has a wealth of experience in organisational development interventions, including leadership, change and performance development, learning and talent, employee engagement, culture change and building psychological capital.
Peter Fisher has enjoyed an acting career that has spanned more than three decades. He draws on the fundamental methodologies from an actor’s training to deliver innovative and highly interactive sessions with a strong focus on behavioural change.
Magnus Gittins is an accomplished strategy expert and entrepreneur with more than two decades of experience in consulting, strategy and executive roles. Currently the Director of AGSM Short Courses, Magnus has previously held consulting roles with KPMG and Growth Strategy Group, an advisor role at the Home Office (UK), and has co-founded companies across the globe, exiting his interests through sale or public listing.
Paul Mills is a passionate facilitator, executive coach and consultant who has designed and delivered programs on four continents and has over two decades of experience working with senior leaders and executive teams.
James Myerscough has extensive experience in global business development, treasury and risk management in banking and financial services. He carries a track record of driving institutional process, creating cultures of efficient growth and significantly improved business value.
Jo O’Reilly is a corporate communication expert, with a long history of delivering workshops to business leaders across the globe. She is also a champion improviser and is widely acknowledged as a leading improvisation trainer.
Karen Rodrigues facilitates corporate leadership programs in the areas of executive leadership and change management. She brings significant corporate experience to her teaching, drawing from her 14 years in a large corporate which includes 8 years as General Manager at Telstra Corporation looking after transformational change.
Noa Sheer is a lecturer at UNSW Business School, a researcher in the field of negotiation theory, and a co-author of Effective Negotiation: From Research to Results. She is passionate about bringing evidence-based negotiation practices to professionals and organisations, and has worked with companies such as Uber, Westpac, Hubspot and PwC to deliver the skills and tools to negotiate in a range of contexts.
Max Theseira is a seasoned transformation executive effecting large complex business change and organisational cultural change across the public and private sector. He has more than 20 years’ experience working to enable business change across a range of industries including manufacturing telecommunications, retailing, utilities, hospitality, consumer packaged goods, defence and the public sector.
Rose Trevelyan is both an experienced practitioner and academic whose research, published in international journals, concentrates on change management, cultural transformation and leadership effectiveness. Rose advises large organisations, government and small businesses on enabling effective strategic and cultural change and supports leaders in identifying and implementing successful change projects.
Professor Nick Wailes is Deputy Dean and Director AGSM and is responsible for leading the digital transformation of the UNSW Business School. His research focuses on the impact of technology on industries and organisations and he teaches and consults in the areas of leadership, strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
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