Creative Leadership (Sydney)
A two-day masterclass with creative entrepreneur Sue Maslin
What is this masterclass about?
Effective leadership at the intersection of creativity, business and technology is the key to success and business sustainability for creative entrepreneurs. Participants will be guided to develop a blueprint that will not only shape their leadership objectives but also assist them in building a sustainable creative business.
- Greater recognition of your personal and your business brand.
- A set of clearly defined personal and business goals.
- A blueprint for shaping and delivering your leadership objectives.
- A greater understanding of the value of creative leadership.
$600 inc GST
24-25 August 2018
Fox Studios, Building 61, Level 1
Abi Tabone: [email protected]
Course leader – Sue Maslin
Sue Maslin is one of Australia’s most successful screen producers. Her latest feature, The Dressmaker (2015), grossed more than $20m and became one of Australia’s biggest box office smash hits. Other feature credits include Road to Nhill, Japanese Story, winner of 2003 AFI Award for Best Film, Dominick Dunne: After the Party and Hunt Angels, winner of the 2006 AFI Award for Best Feature Documentary Film. Sue is Adjunct Professor at RMIT’s School of Media & Communication and a recognised industry leader. Sue was the inaugural recipient of the Jill Robb Award for Outstanding Leadership, Achievement and Service to the Victorian Screen Industry and currently serves as President of the Natalie Miller Fellowship reflecting her ongoing commitment to gender diversity both on and off screen.