Otago Polytechnic

Leadership for Change

Are you driven by a desire to create positive change to an industry, community or your world?

Make a difference in your chosen field with our Leadership for Change programmes. 

These fit-for-future qualifications hone 21st century skills and support those who want to create their own direction in a changing world.

Effect the change you wish to see in the world.

If you have the drive to make a difference, this degree is for you. Our future focused approach enables you to develop your own career path in whichever field you choose.

This qualification is significantly self-directed and project-based, requiring you to work alongside or within businesses and/or communities.

Make a meaningful, positive change in your work environment, while furthering your professional development.

You’ll research and define a clear project goal relevant to your workplace or field of practice, and develop and implement an approach for resolving it.

This one-year qualification can be gained within full-time employment given our flexible, work-based learning model.

 

 

Gain the knowledge to promote and implement sustainable leadership in your community and workplace.

Examine the social, economic, political and environmental implications of sustainability with this project-based programme.

This qualification is studied online with learning intensives held in Dunedin.

 


Steve Henry

Graduate Diploma facilitator 

021 705 873 

 


Ray O'Brien

Bachelor facilitator

021 766 937



 

Student Ashley King

Ashley King

Ashley wants to set up her own social enterprise in the next few years, to empower and inspire youth in a range of ways, including employment and education.

Leaderhip Ashleigh Smith

Ashleigh Smith

Appointed New Zealand’s Queens Young Leader in 2017, Ashleigh has presented on panels and at conferences here and around the world.

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Dave Hursthouse and Sam O’Sullivan

Dave Hursthouse and Sam O’Sullivan are part of a team that has developed a shared vision — a “centre for socio-ecological learning”