CEW is offering six scholarships to the Leading for Results program at INSEAD, Singapore in 2017 for middle to senior women managers.
Two of these scholarships are for women managers of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage, offered in partnership with Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation.
Another two scholarships, offered in partnership with the Australian Government, are for women managers in public service who are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage or are working for the benefit of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women.
If you are of Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander heritage, please go to the “Leading for Results: Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander” scholarship application.
About the program
Leading for Results equips experienced managers with the crucial skills for leading people in a globalised business environment. The program will provide you with a concrete strategy for transforming your leadership abilities. You will learn how to communicate a compelling vision that will inspire others to perform beyond even their own expectations. For more information about the program visit INSEAD.
27 November – 1 December 2017
Inclusions and obligations
The scholarship includes tuition, economy class flights, accommodation, and most meals. Applicants must commit to attending the course on the dates specified. Each successful applicant must provide a report about her scholarship experience upon her return, and may also be required to speak at CEW events.
Who should apply?
We are looking for middle or senior women managers with more than six years experience managing people. To be eligible to apply, you must meet the minimum selection criteria:
- Middle or senior managers from a for-profit organisation (i.e. 4 or more levels down from the CEO), or middle or senior managers from a not-for-profit organisation (i.e. 1-4 levels down from the CEO), or middle or senior managers working in public service (i.e. currently undertaking a civil society role, including roles relating to public policy, law reform and enforcement, community work and participation on boards and other decision-making bodies, at a local, State or Federal government level)
- 6 or more years experience managing teams of 5 or more people, including managers
- 2 or more years general management experience (i.e. business unit, line or functional management incorporating key responsibilities such as P&L management, strategic planning and personnel performance management)
- Australian citizen or resident
- Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander (for the scholarships offered to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women), or working for the benefit of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women (for the scholarships offered in partnership with the Australian Government)
Applications OPEN 22 June 2017 and CLOSE 31 July 2017