2021 Virtual Global Leadership Practices Program

31 Jul 2021

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We are excited to announce that we are offering six Churchill Fellows the opportunity to virtually visit Singapore, USA, New Zealand, India, UK and Japan as participants in the 2021 Global Leadership Practices Program to be held 20-25 September.

The 2021 Virtual Global Leadership Practices (VGLP) Program is an online 6-day, 6-country leadership development experience.

Over the course of six days, participants will interact with thinkers and fellow leaders from Australia and six partner countries to empower them to be transformative in their leadership work as the global and local context continually transforms. Read more about the six host organisations here.

Read some of the feedback from Churchill Fellows who participated in last years Virtual Global Leadership Practices Program:

“A great deal of what I learned can be applied to my workplace in the form of leading upwards and supporting my leaders. The program gave a great world view of leadership and how it can be applied to many areas of society, and how it can benefit both personally and organisationally.”

Callum Moncrieff CF2012
Musician
Royal Australian Air Force Band

“The crisis to transition/transformative leadership discussions provided a framework to observations I had been making and also has helped me to structure my next steps with my own team and within the broader business.”

Amelia Starr CF2003
Senior Manager
Sustainability and Community, NRMA

“The program was engaging and looked at different aspects of leadership. Investigating the unique assets that different countries and contexts bring as well as acknowledging the challenges to meet the needs in an ever-changing future.”

Stephanie Wicks CF 2016
Senior Physiotherapist
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead

“Many of the messages may be familiar, like a song sung in different languages, the local translations are informative and fascinating. The international approaches and applications of leadership give you a broader understanding of your own challenges and opportunities in taking up a leadership role.”

Michael Pervan CF 1998
Secretary, Department of Communities
Government of Tasmania

Eligibility

Applicants must have completed their Fellowship program and submitted their Fellowship Report more than two years ago, and be able to demonstrate in their application how participating in this program will build on their Fellowship journey and impact.

If you have any questions regarding eligibility or the program please email Rose Clapham, Executive Officer – Fellows Engagement and Development. 


To Apply

Please access the application form via the Fellows Portal (under Post Fellowship Opportunities tab). While you’re in the portal can you please ensure your contact and employment details are up to date and update your Fellow page that is visible on our website.

Applications close at 5pm on Monday 30th August 2021