Collaboration Masterclass Hot Topic Breakfast

On Wednesday 27 February, Social Leadership Australia held its first breakfast event of the year, 'Collaboration: Collusion, Co-Out or Co-creation?'. Organiser, Julie Ahern described the event as a success. “Clearly Collaboration is a hot topic because we had more than 97 people in the room and they were all hanging on every word of Liz Skelton's presentation.” Read on and find out how you can enrol in the Masterclass: The Art & Skill of Collaboration from 21 - 23 March.

The session explored the pitfalls of collaboration and how to overcome them and was a prelude to a longer three day masterclass on the subject to be held from 21 – 23 March.

The masterclass will be delivered by Liz Skelton in collaboration with Julie Diamond, who is based in Portland, Oregon (USA) and has worked in the field of human and organisational change for over 25 years. “Her work focuses on the problems of power, influence and learning and the skills that comprise healthy uses of power,” says Julie Ahern. MORE >


Scholarships Available: Roma Leadership Program, get in quick!


Clark Thompson, former Regional Executive, ANZ Commercial & AgribusinessAre you interested in working to make a difference in regional Queensland? Apply now for our new Roma leadership development program to target local needs in 2013. MORE >


SLA brings its Art & Skill of Collaboration Masterclass to Brisbane

Following the success of our first masterclass in Sydney in March, we are excited to bring The Art and Skill of Collaboration masterclass to Brisbane on 28-29 August 2013. This highly practical 'hands-on' workshop is a fantastic opportunity to make real progress on your particular collaborative challenge. MORE >


2012: Thank you for a great year

27 Indigenous leaders from across Australia joined us in July for our first open program for Indigenous leadersThank you

As we come to the end of another great year at Social Leadership Australia, we want to say thank you to the more than 500 people who gave us their heads and their hearts in one of 27 programs we ran in 2012. With new clients, new sponsors and new initiatives targeting systemic issues in education, homelessness, and black: white relations in Australia, our work has reached new depth and breadth this year ... and it couldn't have happened without you.


A very special thank you to our very generous Sydney and Queensland Leadership program sponsors. These powerful and impactful programs couldn’t have happened without your support: MORE >


Applications Extended Brisbane Intensive & Masterclasses

Applications now close on 15 February 2013 for our new Queensland Leadership Intensive and new suite of Masterclass programs, which will bring sustained, world-class leadership development to leaders in business, government and not-for-profit organisations in Brisbane and surrounds for the first time in 2013.

Offered in a short, affordable format, these programs are part of a vision for a new direction in leadership in Queensland. They are designed to foster new connections and to generate break-through ideas and new ways of working to address the real-world challenge we face as leaders in increasingly complex environments.

Kicking off with the four-day intensive program and coaching sessions, the new Queensland Leadership programs are a great opportunity for you to develop your leadership skills through a powerful, 'hands-on' learning experience.

"If you are a leader who's ready for the challenge and who wants to make a real difference in the world ... make the decision now and apply. It's without doubt the best investment of time and money in meever!"

 — Corporate CEO, NFP Board Director & Queensland Leadership graduate MORE >

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