Rosalind De Sailly speaks with Kim Tairi in our Navigating the New Normal leadership series (part 1). Kim talks about what has kept her going during lockdown, which kept her apart from her new grandchild: making and baking make Parāoa rewena 🍞 a traditional Māori potato bread. Kim is Kaitoha Puka | University Librarian, Auckland University of Technology Rosalind is Managing Director, De Sailly Search
Aaron Seeto, Director of Museum MACAN, Jakarta, features in the latest Navigating the New Normal Q&A. He discusses a shift in cultural institutions’ engagement strategies with Principal Consultant Rosalind De Sailly.
Principal Consultant Rosalind De Sailly speaks with Professor Denise Kirkpatrick, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Western Sydney University about how the right campus leaders will create their own ‘new normal’ post-pandemic.
Professor John Fischetti, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Faculty of Education and Arts), University of Newcastle joins Principal Consultant Rosalind De Sailly to discuss how the pandemic has helped students gain future-focused skills and what changes to education should be kept post-pandemic.
Principal Consultant Rosalind De Sailly speaks with Kerrie Campbell, CIO at Flinders University and 2020 SA Telstra Business Woman of the Year. They discuss how COVID-19 has changed Campus IT, along with essential leadership skills for moving forward.
When writing an application you will usually be asked to prepare a written criteria statement. This is one of the key documents that the panel will use to evaluate your fit for the role. Principal consultant Rosalind De Sailly explains how to prepare a statement addressing the selection criteria and how it helps you to know if you’re the right person for a role.
Research by leading epidemiologist Professor Maximilian de Courten at Victoria University has found evidence to support the mental health benefits of walking 10,000 steps per day. Congratulations to Professor de Courten, our placement as the Director of the Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management. We hope this important research gets continued support, and, vitally – that more people and workplaces get involved in health promotion and more active living, for the benefit of society. The study has just been published in BMC Psychiatry and is available via open access here
Professor Strathdee was previously Professor of Education and Head of School, School of Education at RMIT and before that Professor of Education and Head of School within the School of Education Policy and Implementation at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Professor Strathdee has over 10 years’ experience leading and managing professional, vocational and academic staff in complex environments with a personal commitment to increasing the impact and value of teaching, learning and research, and to the importance of equality and social justice in the workplace. Here he talks about his research and his early excitement as a mature age university student