Completing iLEAD Plus

With iLEAD Plus, we are committed to inspiring and building a community of leaders.

We want to show you how to inspire others, create change, think differently, communicate your goals and vision, learn with a mentor, make difficult decisions, and implement plans.

Within this vibrant leadership-learning community, students are motivated to develop their existing talents, find new ones, and to explore their beliefs and values. Cultivate the capabilities to lead including ethical decision-making, effective communication, the ability to action new ideas, reflecting on diverse viewpoints, personal growth, respectful team-building, and more.

Emerging as confident and competent leaders, students are encouraged to make positive change at the University of Newcastle and in the global community; building a better world for self and others.

Stage 1 Completion Requirements

Stage 1 Completion Requirements

To successfully complete the iLEAD Plus program and receive your Certificate of Recognition, you will need to complete the minimum requirements as below:

  • Attendance at an Induction Session
  • Participate in at least 3 workshops
  • Completion of self-directed Interactive Reflective Session
Stage 2 Completion Requirements

Stage 2 Completion Requirements

  • Attendance at Workshop 1: Storytelling and How to Pitch
  • Completion of a Pitch presentation and Application Form
  • Active participation and completion of chosen Stage 2 opportunity
  • Participation in a Mentoring Sessions (4 minimum)
  • Submit a Mentoring Essay
  • Submit a reflective piece addressing the Stage 2 Learning Outcomes
Stage 3 Completion Requirements

Stage 3 Completion Requirements

  • Participate in two required interactive modules
  • Research viable leadership models
  • Submit a proposal of leadership project
  • Document the implementation process of your project by means of a reflective journal
  • Present to the iLEAD Community of Practice addressing the learning outcomes defined in the framework

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.