Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership - Bonus Event: Perspectives on Leadership

Wednesday, 29 June 2022 - 11:00am to 12:15pm (AEST)
Professional Development

Hear from three senior CAUL leaders about their experience of leadership in university libraries.

What does leadership look like in our profession, and what are our future library leadership challenges?

With panellist: 

Clare Thorpe, Director, Library Services, Southern Cross University

Simon Huggard, Deputy Director, Library Services, Swinburne University of Technology

Coral Black, University Librarian, University of Newcastle

This facilitated panel session will bring together some of the key themes of the Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series:

  • Leadership experiences in times of uncertainty
  • Thoughts on different styles of leadership and developing a personal and authentic approach
  • Ways of thinking about hierarchies and identity as a leader
  • Perspectives on how to lead from any position or seize opportunities in a variety of leadership contexts
  • Attitudes to risk and failure
  • Developing your own leadership values and philosophy

This is the final session in the Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series, so don’t miss this chance to learn from our own library leaders!

Part of the Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series

Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership is a leadership development opportunity for staff at all levels. 

In times of change, uncertainty and complexity, strong leadership is critical - at all levels of the organisation. The Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series has been designed to inspire and challenge you to be a bold and courageous leader, regardless of whether you hold a designated leadership role.

Find out more about the series.


Register via Zoom.

Registration for this bonus event is free for CAUL Member institution library staff, please note the information below about the process for registering.

Registration includes:

  • Live access to one event
  • Access to the recording of the event for 12 months
  • Access to opportunities for networking and engagement between events.
Author Cicy Zheng
Last modified 20 June 2022