AusIMM’s Adaptive Leadership course is part of the Mining 4.0 Academy. Adaptive Leadership is a framework of leadership that is becoming an essential part of an Industry 4.0 toolkit. There are four tenets tied to Adaptive Leadership:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Organisational Justice
Obtaining a set of capabilities for Adaptive Leadership is something that every one of us should be working towards, not just in terms of leadership, but as human beings in a rapidly changing world.
About the AusIMM Mining 4.0 Academy
The AusIMM Mining 4.0 Academy is a series of short courses designed for people working in the mining industry. Delivered online, the courses will upskill and future-proof professionals, while providing practical insights into working effectively in an Industry 4.0 world.
Each course has been designed to be industry relevant, contextualised to today’s mining environment for the practical application and will help mining companies to:
• Build measurable capability uplift
• Drive behaviour and mindset change
• Develop community and networks across silos and disciplines
It was useful, informative, applicable to my career and a really refreshing learning experience that I looked forward to using in my working day.
The course has exceeded my expectations, I have gained a whole new level of understanding and appreciation not just around the JORC Code but the influence this has on the mining industry, but also the ASX.
Access to best in the field experts, the professional structure of the course and the quality of the materials mean that it is a worthy investment for our technical professionals.
The three-week course consists of short, bite-size videos, including 80 minutes of live and filmed content. Learners work collaboratively with colleagues and coaches engaging in live discussions facilitated by the industry experts.
Getting Started Module
The Adaptive Leadership framework
Communicating with clarity and impact
Continuous learning and growth mindset
Your strengths… the facts
Your leadership capabilities
Mining industry professionals
Invest in your future and build new competencies.
Work towards the next step in your career by learning to adapt.
Those in decision making roles
Understand the shifting demands placed on you and your team.
Founder, CareerCEO and author of ‘Future Fit: how to stay relevant and competitive in the future of work’
Andrea Clarke likes to refer to herself as a recovering television news reporter who is obsessed with helping people accelerate their careers. As a correspondent, she covered major news events around the world for Al Jazeera English, the Pentagon Channel and Thomson Reuters before working on humanitarian aid programs to re-build Iraq and Afghanistan. Andrea then led the communication campaign for the Save Darfur advocacy movement to stop the genocide in Sudan.
She moved back to Australia in 2012 and founded CareerCEO with the purpose of helping people build confidence, communicate with authority and accelerate their careers. This was the inspiration for Andrea to write her first book, Future Fit: How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in the Future of Work. The book was a finalist in the Australian Career Book Award 2019, a winner of the Australian Business Book of the Year 2019 and a finalist in the UK Business Book Awards 2020. Nothing is more rewarding for her than helping others succeed. She is very pleased to be part of your career journey.
Chief Development Officer, Northern Star
Darren is a mining engineer with more than 19 years’ experience in the resources industry and has been part of the Northern Star Resources leadership team as the company grew from a junior to ASX100. He has held various roles in mining operations, mine management and business development and has been involved in significant M&A transactions, including Northern Star’s recent purchase of the KCGM Superpit.
Darren has a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) from the Western Australian School of Mines and a WA First Class Mine Manager’s Certificate. He is also a Member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (MAusIMM) and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
What are the technical requirements to participate in the course? i.e. do I need a webcam, microphone, etc?
The course will be run entirely online via a cloud-based platform called Cahoot which can be accessed via computer, tablet or phone. Participants will simply need to have a working Internet connection and a computer, tablet or phone with sound to access the course. They will not be required to download any software and will not require any hardware like a webcam or microphone.
How long will the course take?
The entire course will run over three weeks. It is expected that participants will take about eight hours to finish the entire course. This includes attendance at live webinars and completion of all learning activities.
Must a participant complete and pass all modules in order to finish the course?
Yes, it is a requirement for participants to complete all modules and pass all learning activities.
Can a participant sign up for only one or two modules?
Unfortunately no, the course must be completed in its entirety.
Will the course be delivered in other languages?
At the moment, no, but we will be looking at delivering the course in other languages in the near future.
AusIMM is proud to be collaborating with Cahoot Learning in the creation and delivery of the Mining 4.0 Academy.
Cahoot Learning has been at the forefront of delivering engaging and impactful professional development online for the past 15 years to 1,600,000 professionals in 123 countries. Its unique and effective learning model based on relationship and collaboration has been honed through working with world leading learning institutions such as Stanford University’s Center for Professional Development and the MIT Professional Education.
Confirmation of Enrolments:
Participants will receive a confirmation email upon successful enrolment. Receipts for payments will be attached to the confirmation letter. Payment is required within 7 working days of enrolment.
Please note that all international transaction fees and local tax withheld are the responsibility of the enrolling participant (or their company). Please ensure the transmitted payment will cover any such amount. Payment must accompany all enrolments. We accept the following credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express.
The total amount invoiced to the participant and/or company must be paid in full prior to course commencement date. The payment must be made in Australian dollars. Participants and/or company is liable for fees and taxes.
Cancellations of enrolment must be by email only (email@example.com). Refunds will apply as follows:
- More than 28 days before the course – Full refund
- 28 – 7 days before the course – Refund (less $150 administration charge)
- 7 days or less before the course or non-attendance – No refund (no exceptions)
An organisation may send an alternative participant if enrolment has been paid and the enrolled person is unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, the course administration must be advised of the change via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to the course commencement date. No changes are allowed once the course has commenced.
Only pre-enrolled, pre-paid participants will be guaranteed access to the course. Upon receipt of your enrolment and payment, AusIMM will send confirmation.
AusIMM member fee:
To qualify for the special fee of ‘AusIMM member’ as quoted on the enrolment form you must be a financial (paid) member. AusIMM 2020 membership fees were due by 1 January 2020. Non-member enrolment fees apply to all non-members and non-financial AusIMM members.
Please note that all enrolled participants may have their name, position, company and email address shown within the online course platform.
AusIMM reserves the right to change the intake schedule or to cancel or postpone the course if minimum numbers are not met.
Throughout the course the participant must provide all answers in English.