My work has focussed on experiential, innovative and alternative practice based learning, and now into the leadership of how this works in the reality of teams and group performance. I have the great opportunity to focus on leading progressive practice in the way we do what we do with the groups in which I work. My background has been in executive recruitment, training, assessment/development centre methodology and design, and emotional intelligence in practice.
2017 2014 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching - Global Workplace Teaching Team
2015 University Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant
2014 OLT Citation - Australian Foreign Policy Simulation Team
2014 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching Australian Foreign Policy Simulation Team
2011 Faculty Teaching and Learning Award (now College of Business, Government and Law)
2009 University Teaching and Learning Innovation Grant
I have demonstrated experience in designing and implementing innovative practice, including working in the dual strategy in-person simulation learning environment, and embedding how to most effectively replicate team based learning and working through creating environments to utilise, explore, and enhance professional practice. Highlighted example of practice outside a univeristy context includes: key contributor in the development and delivery of a four day simulation for the International Peace and Security Institute, The Hague Symposium: Post Conflict Transitions and International Justice, The Hague, in 2012
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