Our Partner Brands
The broader Australian School of Applied Management incorporates the Workplace Training Advisory of Australia and Women & Leadership Australia brands.
Women & Leadership Australia
Women & Leadership Australia is a national initiative committed to supporting the presence of women in business and community leadership roles. WLA is based on the belief that women represent an enormously under-utilised national resource. Through supporting a greater percentage of talented women to step up into leadership positions, tremendous cultural and economic benefits will follow.
The WLA initiative comprises a range of professional development programs, advisory services, networking channels, and on-going research. Since its inaugural forum in 2003, over 50,000 women have participated, making Women & Leadership Australia the largest gender-focused leadership initiative in Australia.
With over ten years’ experience in developing Australia’s female leaders, WLA is ideally positioned to respond to the ever changing needs of the contemporary female employee. Each year, thousands of women continue to benefit, ensuring the initiative is widely accepted by business leaders as critical to the development of Australian leadership.
For more information please visit the Women & Leadership website.
Workplace Training Advisory Australia
As a key member of the Australian School of Applied Management, the Workplace Training Advisory Australia (WTAA) is widely regarded as an important source of advice across a broad spectrum of workplace training areas. In addition to providing high quality consulting services to the Australian marketplace, WTAA also delivers expert administrative and academic support back to ASAM.
UGSM-Monarch Business School Switzerland
The Australian School of Applied Management and UGSM-Monarch Business School Switzerland have developed a dynamic collaboration to support innovative strategy and program development. The collaboration provides both parties with access to leading thinking across executive and graduate studies.