Thursday, 26 June 2014

Unique scholarship opportunity for an Indigenous female manager

Contact: Tess Crellin, Aurora Project
p: (02) 9310 8421    e:  

Date: 1-5 December 2014          Applications open now and close 28 July 2014
Location: Singapore

Are you an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander woman with 5 years or more experience as a manager? 
Are you looking to develop your leadership skills in a global context? 

The Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation is partnering with Chief Executive Women to offer a second scholarship in 2014 for one Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander woman to undertake a short executive program at leading business school, INSEAD, at their Singapore campus in December 2014.

Leading for Results Program

The 5 day development program provides experienced managers with crucial skills for leading people in a global business environment (only managers with 5 or more years of experience will be considered).

• Course dates: 1-5 December 2014.
• Applications are open now and close 28 July 2014
• To apply, visit the Chief Executive Women website

This is an excellent opportunity for experienced managers to learn how to communicate a compelling vision that will inspire others to perform beyond their own expectations. We would be grateful if you could share this information with women in your personal networks and encourage suitable candidates to apply.

For more information, contact Tess Crellin on (02) 9310 8421 or