This episode is proudly supported by Monash University, promoting the Masters of Indigenous Business Leadership program, delivered by Monash Business School & The William Cooper Institute.
The Master of Indigenous Business Leadership, is a cross-disciplinary program with leading units delivered by Monash Business School, complemented by a tailored offering in design thinking, together with a mastery unit from Law.
The partnership series features interviews with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander past and current students, staff and guest speakers from the program.
In this episode I yarn with Monash University staff members, Amale Scally & Robert Brooks.
Robert Brooks is a professor in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics and Deputy Dean, Education in the Faculty of Business and Economics.
Amale Scally is a Lecturer/Deputy Director of Education, Department of Banking and Finance.
Together, we yarn all about the MOIBL program. An excellent insight from a staff perspective, especially if you are considering looking further into the program. If you are interested, listen to this episode! If you’d like to apply, please see the links below.
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