Blackmill leadership hub

At Blackmill, we are about creating a positive environment for teams and organisations to grow and flourish. This leadership hub is designed to bring like-minded people together to support one another.

Who is it for?

This program is for tech managers in leadership roles who want to focus on growing themselves, their people, and their organisational culture.

Why you should be a part of this support community?

The benefits of attending this program and being a part of this community include:

Cost and structure

A monthly membership subscription of $600 AUD includes:

The weekly sessions will be a combination of a short presentation to set the stage, smaller group breakout discussions, and full group discussions.

Referral program

For every friend you refer that joins our Leadership Hub, a month's free subscription will be applied to your membership. Just make sure that they mention your name in their application.

Example of session topics

Session topics will be driven by the needs of the members but conversations will likely include:

Our guiding values

We follow the Chatham House Rule which reads as follows:

When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed

Our operating principles

Application form

Thank you for your interest! To be clear, this is not a purchase form. If you are accepted into a cohort, subscription information will be sent to you separately.

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Talk to us, we're listening

Would you like to improve team effectiveness and productivity? Got a project you think we can help with? Interested in leadership coaching or engineering training? Basically, want to work with us? Get in touch: and we will be in touch in a jiffy.

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