The Leaders for Geelong program is providing our city-region with inspired and well connected visionaries, who are better prepared to lead their own organisations and the wider community.
Leaders for Geelong (LfG) is a two-year program that develops personal leadership capacity through a unique learning experience, designed to address the current social, economic, and environmental issues of importance to the Geelong city-region. In the first year, participants attend a minimum of 1-2 events per month where they are challenged and inspired by renowned leaders and subject matter experts, undertake ‘behind the scenes’ tours, discuss case studies and participate in a range of other activities. The second year sees participants working in teams on a community based project of regional significance.
The transformation of Victoria’s Second City calls for a new generation of business and community leaders with the skills, knowledge and networks to guide our growing region innovatively and sustainably into the future.
Participants have the opportunity to
Challenge personal values, beliefs and ideas
Increase confidence and self-awareness
Access the wisdom and experience of renowned leaders and subject matter experts
Understand the details regarding issues of strategic importance to the Geelong region
Develop leadership capacity and individual strengths
Earn recognition from the Deakin University Business School towards an MBA program
Be part of a lifelong team and network
For enquiries on future recruitment intake, please contact the Acting Leadership Manager, Janelle Meyes, on 5227 8073 or email@example.com
The Leaders for Geelong program is a member of the Victorian Regional Community Leadership Program, which is a collaboration of ten regional community leadership programs across Victoria. For information, visit www.vrclp.com.au
We thank our Leadership Portfolio Partners for their continued support
Committee For Geelong
Level 1 Sally Walker Building,
1 Gheringhap Street,
Geelong, Victoria, 3250
We acknowledge the land for which the Wadawurrung people are the traditional owners and custodians. We remember their ancestors with respect and commit ourselves to work for reconciliation and justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.