“Leadership is the legitimate use of power to achieve outcomes on behalf of a group of people”
The National Student Leadership Forum on Faith and Values, held in Canberra over 4 days in September, was a melting pot of leadership styles, personalities, experiences and beliefs as young leaders from across Australia and around the world were encouraged to look beyond the label of ‘leader’, to what drives each of us to do what we do, to consider what it is to harness your faith and values into true servant leadership. Continue reading →
The One Small Thing conference is coming up on the 17th + 18th September – if you’re involved in the program, there’s really no excuse for not knowing that… 🙂 – and one of last year’s delegates, Bella, very kindly sent us her thoughts on her experiences last year.
In 2014, I began my interest in the Leadership and Volunteering Program and being a part of the wider university community. Best decision so far! It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet new people, undertake professional and personal development and have fun. I truly recommend having a look to anyone with an inkling of curiosity or enthusiasm for leadership, volunteering, socialising and learning. Continue reading →
To enable progress and inspire action! The ideals of Enactus were on full display as university teams from across Australia came together at the Grand Hyatt, in Melbourne, to showcase their entrepreneurial initiatives in place to improve the lives of people in need. The Fed Uni Enactus team, consisting of 5 active students along with our Faculty Advisor Deb, prepared our presentation for delivery to judges from major corporate sponsors, such as KPMG & Woolworths, as well as representatives from over 20 universities active in Enactus Australia.
After working hard to overcome a tumultuous previous 12 months, the FedUni team were in acompetition with 5 other universities, including UoQ & Latrobe, in a special ‘New Teams’ competition. After a full day of competition, the FedUni Team were excited to be declared the winners of the Best New Team prize in recognition of our work on projects Adesua and FedUni Succeed, against a strong representation from all Unis involved.
The national competition winners heading to the World Cup in South Africa were the University of New England with the runners up being Edith Cowan University. We’re excited to head back to nationals again next year in the main competition leagues and compete for our chance for a position in finals!
If you’re interested in the chance to develop your professional skills, help those less fortunate, travel or network with some of the highest executives of Australian business contact us via Facebook or email@example.com for more info on joining our winning team! No matter your course, skill set, availability or interests we can help you achieve your personal goals and create positive change in people’s lives!
FedUni ENACTUS will also be running a workshop at The One Small Thing Conference at Mt Helen on 18th September, so you can find out exactly what they do and how you can get involved there: http://bit.ly/OneSmallThing15
We are delighted to announce the inaugural FedUni Student Leadership Conference – 9th and 10th October 2014, and welcome submissions from potential facilitators.
“Place, Passion and Participation – Leadership in regional contexts”.
This conference will bring together existing and aspiring student leaders from across all Federation University campuses, including partner providers and online students. The conference aims not only to spark the passion for leadership of all kinds amongst the next generation of leaders, but also to promote the leadership opportunities available in regional settings.
We want students to see themselves as inspirational leaders of, and advocates for, their local regions and to consider the impact they could make by remaining locally after graduation as a genuine alternative to moving to larger cities.
We are currently inviting proposals from a range of disciplines to facilitate a session at the conference which fit within the conference theme, above. All submissions must define their intended objectives and outcomes/impacts.
We welcome submissions from FedUni staff and students, as well as facilitators from outside the University. Please head to http://bit.ly/FedUniLeadershipConf2014 for the submission guidelines.