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A practical web based program and toolkit that allows users to complete their leadership training at their own pace.
Leadership Rewired is an online learning platform based on CSL’s flagship Future Makers Fellowship Program. It enables you to access a practical sustainability leadership course, no matter where you are in the world.
Breadth of learning
Leadership Rewired explores everything from emotional intelligence and leadership styles to project management and entrepreneurship.
Network and collaborate with a widespread and like-minded group of individuals throughout the program.
Leverage a project off the ground
You will learn the skills and tools to bring a project into the real world.
What users say
Engineers without Borders
Leadership Rewired is an exceptional resource for change-makers, social innovators and future shapers. Engineers Without Borders uses Leadership Rewired to prepare our leaders to tackle important global challenges. It has become a highlight of our chapter activities across the country. It's an excellent, adaptable and engaging program and one that I strongly recommend.
The course is made up of 12 modules encompassing 85 separate principles and tools, and includes video interviews with sustainability leaders from London, Copenhagen, Sydney and Melbourne as well as case studies from India, Australia, the United States, the UK and France.
Be guided through Leadership Rewired by the founders of CSL.
First Follower, Co-founder, Board of Directors
Jason has been with CSL since the very beginning, acting as a mentor and co-founder to Larissa Brown. A former ad man, teacher, lecturer and stage manager from the tribe of the theatre people, he now runs Minds at Work, a consultancy that "helps people think". He is a provocateur with insight and perspectives on everything from leadership to culture change, problem solving to decision-making, creativity to innovation - and he is invaluable in helping our Fellows create a future that works.
Larissa has been at the cornerstone of CSL since its beginning. Acting as Executive Director and Board Member until 2010, she has helped build CSL from start-up to the established organisation it is today. A former lecturer and research scientist, she has acquired skills in sustainability development and leadership to corporate social responsibility and is currently the State Director for the Australian Greens in Victoria. As the Founder of CSL, she has attracted some of Australia's top leaders and though she is no longer with us, she has proven herself dedicated to developing and improving sustainability leadership across the globe.
Phillip Kingston is an entrepreneur and investor, having founded, grown and exited many companies. He is an experienced multidisciplinary executive and is currently working as Company Director for KDIS and Good Super. He is also the Managing Director and Founder of Trimantium Capital and is the president of his founding organisation, Henley Club. Phil is a technical and strategic thinker, leveraging concepts across diverse fields including science, economics, psychology, politics, finance and mathematics. Up until 2014, Phil was a Non-Executive Director for CSL and had worked with the organisation for over six years.
Who are we looking for?
If you have an interest in developing your leadership skills, this online course is for you. The course is particularly well suited for individuals, a group of workplace employees or an entire organisation.
The price includes 2 years access.
|Leadership Rewired program fee (including GST)||$200.00|
Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to complete this course?
The 12 modules can be completed at your leisure; you can complete it in as quickly as 10 hours to 2 years
What digital requirements must I have to complete this program?
Basic computer skills, reliable computer with up-to-date web and video browsing software, Microsoft Office suite (or equivalent) and access to reliable Internet connection, suitable for streaming video.