Macquarie Alumni Events

Macquarie Alumni Events

Stay connected with your alma mater

Graduates from Macquarie University are part of an incredible alumni community.

Events postponed

The University’s greatest priority is the health and safety of our wonderful and diverse community. To minimise the risk of COVID-19 exposure, and in line with Government advice, we are postponing our physical events until further notice. The University will continue to follow Government advice, monitor the situation as it evolves, and provide event rescheduling updates.

New online events

Check out our online events and webinars!  Staying connected with us still a fabulous way to update your knowledge and rapidly expand your horizon.

Not getting any event invitations? Keep your details updated so we can invite you to one in a city near you.


Upcoming alumni events

April

Stay Strong, Stay Resilient webinar - Tuesday 7 April

In this 30 minute free webinar, Dr Rose Trevelyan will be sharing insights on how resilience can help you navigate through turbulence and change.

Rose Trevelyan (PhD) is an executive educator who works with organisations across Australia to develop leadership capability. She graduated from Cambridge University and after completing her PhD at London Business School she moved to Australia. She has worked with top business schools to develop and deliver MBA courses in leadership, change, corporate culture and strategy implementation.
Rose has a deep interest in how leaders promote high performance through creating positive environments, how leaders think, and how they develop. Her courses are designed for experiential or action learning and have a strong outcomes focus.

When: Tuesday 7 April 2020, 10am - 10.30am (AEST)
Where: Online, register here
Price: Free. This event is proudly sponsored by Macquarie University

Register here

Leading the people side of transformation webinar - Wednesday 8 April from 4pm to 6pm

Transformation is a surprisingly human event, and getting it right requires new mindsets, skills and behaviours by your people, leadership and organisational culture to support them. Gaining advantage from digital transformation depends on how well your strategy is understood and put into practice by your people on a daily basis.

Many organisations are grappling with the complexities of digital transformation and in particular what it means for the talent management lifecycle.

To help explore and understand the strategic, business and people implications of digital transformation, BTS has created a highly interactive tablet-based learning experience, set in an up-and-coming mobile telecommunications company, exploring:

  • The six key shifts that all companies need to make to succeed,
  • The critical success factors for digital transformation
  • The top reasons why digital transformation can fail, and
  • The 10 key behaviours needed for successful digital transformation.

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Global MBA Q&A: The impact of COVID-19 on how we work and learn - Thursday 9 April

COVID-19 is significantly impacting the world. In this Q&A series, we explore the impact of COVID-19 on how we work and how we learn.

Join Global MBA academic program director, Associate Professor Lan Snell and Professor Richard Badham as they discuss the importance of adaptability in navigating uncertainty. This webinar will feature a live Q&A session with current students of the Global MBA, so make sure you register to attend and to join the conversation.

When: Thursday 9 April, 6.00pm (AEST)
Where: Online, register here
Price: Free. This event is proudly sponsored by Macquarie University

Register here


Are you a business graduate? Check out events hosted by Macquarie Business School.

Check out other upcoming events from Macquarie University.



Contact the Alumni Relations

T: +61 2 9850 1324
E: alumni@mq.edu.au

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Content owner: Alumni Last updated: 08 Apr 2020 2:28pm

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