Women in leadership
Designed for women in academic and administrative positions who are focusing on developing and exercising leadership in broader areas. Click here.
Leneen Forde Future Leaders Program
This program will support the development of women who are succeeding in leadership roles and who we hope will seek to further their leadership contributions in the future. Click here.
Academic Equity Development Program
Enables staff members with nominated attributes to be released from teaching duties for up to one semester to redress previous career disadvantage. Click here.
Studies have shown that mentoring relationships have significant benefits for women and minority groups, enhancing their rates of promotion, career advancement, and increasing their self confidence. Click here.
Ally & LGBTI Awareness Training
The University offers Ally training and LGBTI Awareness training:
- Ally training focuses on providing participants with information on how they can support LGBTIQ students and staff of Griffith University. For informaiton on how to become a Griffith Ally, click here.
- The Awareness Training is a 90 minute session for staff and students who wish to increase their understanding of LGBTIQ people. This session is ideal for staff liaising with students or colleagues who might be LGBTIQ.
For all development resources and programs and to register for courses please visit the staff development website.