ELGP Applications now open
We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for the next Emerging Leaders in Governance program (Feb – May 2020). Please circulate this to your networks.
Applications are open until the close of business on the 22 November 2019.
We are looking for applicants who have:
- a strong interest in serving on a community board after the program. So having an understanding of what causes/organisations you would like to serve and why is a plus!
- a strong interest and deep commitment to volunteering in the past. Please show us what you have done to demonstrate your commitment to becoming a board director and serving your community.
- a skill set/experience/network/team behaviours that can be contributed at a board level. Tell us why you would be a strong board director candidate.
- a commitment to give 110% to the program and alumni – be available to complete all aspects of the program and become a great ambassador for us. Are you a good learner, open to new ideas and people and implement what you learn?
The Information Night was very well attended last night and we look forward to a number of high quality applications.
Good luck. We can’t wait to launch the 2020 program!
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