AusTTA MEMBERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT PATHWAYS

AusTTA was formed to certify expertise in transformation, and is the premier body for leaders of disruption and/or transformation. We are a not-for-profit group whose aim is to help improve and transform both public and private organisations to maximise the associated benefits and minimise any distress.

To advance to the next stage of your transformation journey AusTTA has created the Transformation and Turnaround Professional Pathway – covering four stages of professional development – as shown below.

The benefits of your AusTTA memberships are as follows:

  • AusTTA members and our network of experts can ensure you maintain control and obtain the support, knowledge and advice that will help you succeed.
  • Our members have done it all before –learn from them – rather than making your own mistakes, mistakes you don’t have to make.
  • We provide a platform for innovative problem solvers with frontline business transformation and turnaround experience to exchange insights and experiences. These are the people who are making day-to-day decisions that shape the future of businesses in Australia – and around the world.

The fourth stage of your membership is a professionally recognised qualification as a Fellow of Transformational Leadership (FTL). This combines your unique experience across multiple transformation with the AusTTA Transformational Leadership course. Developed by AusTTA, in conjunction with leading universities, our Transformational Leadership program is currently taught by QUT. It has been built around a unique evidence-based approach to management capability development.

Select which one is appropriate for you or ask for more details via email membership@austta.org.

Become an Associate Member – $150 per year
Become a Practicing Member – $295 per year
Become a Fellow – Sign up for the QUT course
AusTTA Practicing Membership Candidate Checklist
Download Our Transformational Leadership Skills and Professional and Personal Competencies
QUTeX Activate with AusTTA PDF