Monarch Management provides leadership workshops to high school students, helping them to prepare for their transition from secondary education.

Students will learn key leadership principles of effective communication, building resilience and personal mastery. The workshops will provide students with an understanding of self-awareness, conflict resolution, how to communicate openly and effectively, and how to build positive relationships with others.

Workshops are available for students in Year 10, 11 and 12.

College Students

This presentation is best suited for students in Years 10, 11 and 12.

Students will learn key principles of effective communication and how these skills can be used in every day life, at school and in future employment opportunities.

This presentation will improve students ability to speak confidently and clearly through a range of effective speaking techniques. Students will be empowered to find their voice, overcome limiting beliefs they may have toward public speaking and how to speak for a cause.


Students will be guided through a series of principles and practices which focus on developing students' professional presentation.

The presentation will educate students on how to proactively prepare for future employment opportunities. Students will gain a better understanding on fundamental skills including positive body language, effective communication and mindset. 


Students will discover more about themselves and their purpose, which will have a positive impact on the way in which they present for interviews and career opportunities.


This workshop is best suited for students in Year 12.

Students will be introduced to key leadership skills of self-awareness, effective communication and building resilience. The presentation will prepare students for their transition from secondary education, to tertiary studies and future employment opportunities.

​​Students will learn skills which achieve key leadership learning outcomes of personal mastery, communicating openly and effectively and conflict resolution.