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Middle Manager Program



Explores the vital role Middle Managers play in refocusing operations and maintaining momentum and morale in uncertain times


Designed for

Experienced managers who are required to step up and manage multiple teams, stakeholders and projects.



To take it to the next level as a middle manager, you need to understand the role of middle management in your organisation’s strategy and operations. This program is your access pass to the knowledge, confidence and tools you need to strengthen your organisation and strike the perfect balance between leading, managing and operating.




  • Better understand and value the multiple roles you play as a middle manager
  • Understand how to manage performance across multiple teams
  • A key stakeholder and change management plan
  • A toolbox for improving performance management
  • Develop a practical action plan for better managing your own time, energy and stress


How to apply


The Middle Manager Program is one of our flagship Career Transitions Pathway Programs and we aim to deliver an outstanding learning experience that will have lasting impact.  To ensure the program is the best fit for you and your organisation, all applicants will need to have a brief telephone interview with one of our expert Learning Advisors. 

To apply:

  1. Select your desired session below and click “Register Now” to complete the registration form.
  2. An AGSM Learning Advisor will contact you within two business days to discuss your objectives in further detail to ensure the program is the right learning experience for you.

If you have any questions about the application process contact Client Services on +61 2 9385 0330 or


 Additional information

 Enrol now

  • November 2014

  • Middle Manager Program (LIMITED AVAILABILITY - Enrol Now)
  • 24 November 2014
  • $10,450.00
  • The University of NSW, Sydney (Randwick)
  • Register Now

  • March 2015

  • Middle Manager Program
  • 16 March 2015
  • $10,450.00
  • The University of NSW, Sydney (Randwick)
  • Register Now

  • June 2015

  • Middle Manager Program
  • 22 June 2015
  • $10,450.00
  • The University of NSW, Sydney (Randwick)
  • Register Now

  • November 2015

  • Middle Manager Program
  • 23 November 2015
  • $10,450.00
  • The University of NSW, Sydney (Randwick)
  • Register Now


To enrol on this program please select 'Register now' above. Alternatively, you can download the PDF registration form (pdf).
Program delivery:
5 day residential. Participants are expected to stay on campus and participate in program sessions in the evening after dinner. The program fee covers all accommodation and meals throughout the program.

$10,450 (incl. GST)

Program includes:
Prework, Survey, Experiential learning, Coaching, Follow-up



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 Client services

Phone:1300 692 476
International:+61 2 9385 0330 

 Program director(s)

Denise specialises coaching executives/teams to enhance their personal energy, leadership and performance. For the past 15 years, Denise has worked as a trainer/coach in a range of industries: aviation, construction, engineering, health & manufacturing.

Denise Weinreis

 Hear from...

Jeremy Nichols Program Director, Raytheon Australia, Williamtown
"An exceptional program. I have learnt a great deal about myself that I can now move forward with."

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