Emerging Leaders Program
2018 registrations open Monday 26 February!
What is the program?
Our extremely popular Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is now its 13th year running. Each year a cohort of 28 emerging leaders across the sector undertake a 7 month experiential learning program, consisting of 8 modules plus a group project. The program is accredited towards an MBA.
Get in quick, this program sells out every year.
Who should do it?
High Potentials, Aspiring Leaders, Coordinators, Team Leaders
Why do it?
The ELP aims to provide participants with the following:
1. A greater level of comprehension and understanding of local government
2. Increased understanding of leadership concepts and practices and how to integrate the learnings into the workplace
3. Increased confidence
4. Enhanced self-awareness
5. An appreciation of and an ability to work with different personality types
6. The opportunity to challenge their assumptions
Leaders Alumni Network
Upon completion of the Emerging Leaders Program, participants are invited to join our Leaders Alumni Network. For more information about the network and upcoming events, click here.
Unsure and interested to find out more?
Contact Kate Staples, Manager Learning and Development on 8291 7996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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