Supercharge Your Leadership

3-Month Program


WALT Institute has designed this program for people in STEMM to develop Authentic Leadership skills, confidence, and clarity, to lead themselves and others with power and strength. It includes online modules, individual and group coaching, and a three-day face-to-face intensive. This is for people in STEMM who want to grow their Authentic Leadership. Become more self-aware, have higher levels of self-regulation, deeper psychological capital, and more agency to take action! Researchers, academics, and executives - those with formal and informal leadership roles.

Grounded in positive psychology, the science of happiness and subjective well-being, we coach and train skilled professionals to release their untapped potential. Using an Authentic Leadership approach, we promote self-awareness, self-regulation, social intelligence, and transparency. These characteristics enhance positive psychological capital and cultivate a growth mindset. Higher psychological capital creates greater self-awareness, and an increased ability to self-regulate and promote an efficacious presence across all levels of the organisation.

Course Features

Aims of the Program

Through online training, 6-modules of foundational principles to complete at your own pace, weekly virtual coaching and training sessions, a three day face-to-face intensive in a small group of up to 20 people, and join the community of like-minded people growing their Authentic Leadership practice to a whole new level! Authentic Leaders will integrate these characteristics to flourish and thrive in all areas of life and career.


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What People are Saying

Each module of the program left me eager for the next.
Sandra Robinson
Research Officer, Monash University
I really enjoyed the course both the online component and the 3-day face-to-face workshop.
Dr. Jun Yang
The importance of being in action, not letting resistance and hesitations get in the way.
Jen Heddon
Occupational Therapist, MidCentral Health
Thank you for helping to teach me that being vulnerable isn't a sign of weakness, it's a form of incredible strength.
Dr. Erin McGillick
PhD Research Fellow