FOR ten years the Tasmanian Leaders Program has been proving that leadership can be learned.
Since 2007, more than 200 people from across Tasmania have developed their leadership skills by exchanging ideas, challenging their beliefs and assumptions and working with renowned Tasmanian and national business and community leaders.
In 2016, the 10th Tasmanian Leaders Program is drawing a variety of outstanding leaders, experts and critical thinkers as speakers.
Participants come from diverse backgrounds and are high potential business, government and community leaders committed to cultivating a range of competencies crucial for today’s leaders and work for organisations such as large private sector companies, small business, government, as well as community and not-for-profit organisations.
Current program participant, Michael Giudici, is Surveyor General at Land Tasmania. Michael’s career spans a variety of technical and management roles across public, private and industry sectors.
“I am finding the Tasmanian Leaders Program to be a multi-dimensional program that offers participants a step change in their leadership capacity,” Mr Giudici said.
“I am continually learning more about myself, and the complexity of issues and opportunities for my State, which is invaluable for my role as Surveyor General.”
The Tasmanian Leaders Program is delivered state-wide from February to December, with all graduates invited to continue their leadership journey as active participants of the Tasmanian Leaders extensive Alumni network.
High potential leaders wanting to transform their leadership capacity and who are willing to be challenged and inspired through interactive and reflective learning are encouraged to apply.
Places are limited and applicants are selected based on merit through a highly competitive process the seeks a diverse cohort of participants.
Applications for the 2017 Tasmanian Leaders Program close on October 1. More information is available on the Tasmanian Leaders website http://www.tasmanianleaders.org.au.
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