THE FAIRLEY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM - #FLP
EMPOWERING LEADERS OF THE FUTURE
Harnessing the extensive skills, networks and insights of our alumni and the collective strength of 9 regional leadership programs across Victoria, the Fairley Leadership Program enables participants to be adaptive, responsive and resilient leaders.
Offering a mix of learning environments we include; face to face, online and intensives gaining invaluable access to key decision and policy makers and change creators.
The Fairley Leadership Program encourages the development of a vigorous network of community leaders by:
offering emerging leaders an intensive annual program that explores the major issues and opportunities for the Goulburn Murray region;
providing an environment where emerging leaders from the business, government, cultural, community and agricultural sectors can develop links and understanding;
enabling emerging leaders to meet and learn from existing leaders; and
combining emerging and existing leaders as a continuing resource of skills and influence to further enrich the community.
Specifically designed to develop and maximise an individual’s capacity for community leadership, the year-long Fairley Leadership Program immerses participants from sectors and locations across the Goulburn Murray region in the unique and comprehensive professional and personal development program. Our key focus is enabling participants to realise their full potential and demonstrate leadership in action through our immersive, nimble and adaptive program.
Each year Goulburn Murray Community Leadership (GMCL) partners with our long term supporters and employers to provide a number of scholarships to enable individuals from a variety of sectors, locations and special interests to participate in the Fairley Leadership Program.
2022 APPLICATIONS CLOSED
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Participants are selected according to a comprehensive list of criteria including a demonstrated capacity for leadership, broad ranging interests and the potential to sustain positions of substantial responsibility in the community.
People from rural and isolated communities, disadvantaged backgrounds, Aboriginal and ethnically diverse communities are actively encouraged to apply.
Demonstrate a strong interest in community affairs and a commitment to creating positive change in the community;
Hold a decision-making role in employment or extensive community experience;
Have more than five years work or community experience with a still-developing career; and
Be ready to accept the time commitment and challenges of the program year and ongoing community involvement.