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Emerging Leaders Program
2017 registrations closed. 2018 registrations opening soon.
What is the program?
The Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) is delivered by LG Professionals, SA in partnership with Executive Education at the University of Adelaide. It is a seven month experiential learning program which includes a group project. The program is accredited towards an MBA.
To view the program prospectus including accreditation pathways, click here.
Prospectus and Scholarship InformationRural Scholarship Application Form
Who should do it?
Aspiring Leaders, Team Leaders, Coordinators
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 (Manager Learning and Development) on 8291 7996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Emerging Leaders Past Projects
To cap, or not to cap?
|2013||Community Expectations of Local Government: Are They the Heart of Communities?|
|2012||Local Government: Does the squeaky wheel get the grease?|
|2011||Local Government: Democracy, Bureacracy or...?|
|2010||Amalgamation: Is it a Dirty Word?|
|2009||Local Government: Are Women the Answer?|