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SLA eNews April 2017

Welcome to SLA eNews for April 2017! 

Read the latest edition of our newsletter here! 

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Supporting health sector leaders

dsc00308.jpgSydney Leadership 2014 participants and Alumni joined Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Medical  Managing Director, Gavin Fox-Smith,  and his executive team for a breakfast with a difference.    The attending students and alumni, all J&J scholarship recipients, were thrilled when Gavin announced their continued commitment to providing a scholarship for one worthy Sydney Leadership 2015 participant.   These students know first hand, the value of the scholarship on their personal and professional development, and most importantly, the impact that J&J Medicals’ support has allowed then to make in their community. MORE >

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Leading to jobs

16 JUNE 2014

Image from the GenerationOne websiteIn a new partnership with GenerationOne, Social Leadership Australia will be working with leaders and emerging leaders from the new suite of Vocational Training and Employment Centres (VTECs) which are being set up as part of a $45 million Australian Government commitment to connect up to 5,000 Indigenous job seekers with guaranteed jobs in 2014.  

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Collective Impact 2014: The Insights

21 APRIL 2014

The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) and Social Leadership Australia (SLA) delivered a sell-out conference called Collective Impact 2014 in Sydney. That's one bit of good news. The better news is that in response to overwhelming demand, we're doing it again in Melbourne in July. Event conveners, Kerry Graham and Liz Skelton, give us the wrap-up on two days of convening, immersion and learning from the Sydney conference.

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In February we presented Collective Impact 2014: a sell-out conference that took place over two days in Sydney. It brought together 230 leaders from government, business, philanthropy, non-profits and the community. MORE >

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New collaborative leadership program to lift the lid on black:white relations

26 MARCH 2014

enews_leadingtogether_1.jpgA unique new cross-cultural leadership program that brings Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people together with non-Indigenous Australians aims to open up new ways for black and white Australians to work together to achieve true equity for First Peoples in this country.

Leading Together, which is now open for applications, will be presented by Social Leadership Australia in partnership with Reconciliation Australia from May this year.  MORE >

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