Development of capable, knowledgeable and connected leaders
Since 2006, the CfG has delivered leadership programs to support Geelong’s transformation into a world-class city-region.
Continued encouragement and mentoring of both emerging and existing leaders is essential to the successful transformation of Geelong. The CfG remains confident that with our leadership programs, graduates will become part of a courageous group of people ready to lead our city-region to excellence and prosperity.
The CfG’s leadership programs develop capable, knowledgeable and connected leaders from across business, government and community sectors. Participants expand their personal leadership skills, increase their knowledge about the challenges and opportunities shaping the region and gain insights into diverse sectors and industries. Most importantly, they take action to make a difference beyond the program and become part of an enduring and rewarding alumni.
The CfG’s current leadership portfolio contains two programs: the flagship Leaders for Geelong program, together with a program for emerging leaders called Activate.
Previously, the CfG has implemented programs called the LEAD (Leading, Educating, Advocating for Disability) Barwon Program and the Barwon Community Leadership Program (BCLP).
The LEAD Barwon Program project was funded by the Victorian Government and was designed to help ensure that the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was the best possible system for Victorians with a disability, together with their carers and families.
From 2011 until 2014, the CfG delivered BCLP – also supported by the Victorian Government and generous local partners. This project was designed to support and develop leaders in Geelong’s socially and economically challenged communities.
We thank our Leadership Portfolio Partners for their continued support
Leaders for Geelong Program
Activate Leadership Program
Leadership Portfolio Alumni
Committee For Geelong
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