MBS Leading for Organisation Impact: The Looking Glass Experience program
The Melbourne Business School is offering an open programs scholarship for a woman working within a VCCC partner organisation with a focus on cancer to participate in their Leading for Organisational Impact: The Looking Glass Experience program. This scholarship opportunity is in honour of Jo Leonard who was a longstanding and valued member of the Melbourne Business School.
Jo first commenced with the Melbourne Business School in 1999 supporting Executive Education programs as a facilitator and executive coach. She worked with many public and private sector clients including the highly successful BHP Billiton Graduate Program where she was instrumental in its delivery for a number of years. Jo was also a key facilitator and feedback specialist on the MBS Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) programs, her favourite being Leading for Organisational Impact, Executive Education – MBS.
Anyone who had the privilege of knowing Jo will know she was incredibly professional and highly dedicated to her work. She had an engaging personality, a curious mind and a very special warmth. Colleagues and participants alike benefited from her passion and focus on developing others.
In August 2016, Jo lost her battle to ovarian cancer – leaving her husband, her teenage daughter and son and a huge network of family and friends. This scholarship has been established in her honour, is valued at $11,900 and is supported by the Melbourne Business School.
This five day program designed by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)®, shows you how to progress from everyday management tasks to impacting your company as a whole. This includes making tough calls and trade-offs to considering organisation-wide opportunities and bridging gaps that limit growth. It will also uncover your strengths and weaknesses enabling you to gain the confidence to address them and move forward as a senior leader.
Who is this for?
- Experienced senior managers who lead a function or division
- Executives with local, regional or global responsibility
By the end of the program journey, you will:
- Gain an enterprise-wide perspective
- Build strategic aptitude
- Develop decision-making skills
- Assess investment/funding opportunities
- Collaborate cross-functionally
- Improve influencing and negotiation skills.
Applications are due Monday 25 March 2019 by 5pm.
Completion of the attached application form and a copy of your CV should be compiled into a single PDF and submitted to Erin Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants would need to be available on one of the program commencement dates below. The successful applicant would need to confirm which program date they would like to attend. You must attend all five days.
5-9 August, 2019
21-25 October, 2019
25-29 November, 2019
This scholarship is exclusively offered to a woman in a leadership role within a VCCC alliance partner organisation. For more information regarding the program read more here or please contact:
VCCC Education Program Coordinator
P: 03 8559 8584
This article appears courtesy of our proud precinct partner, the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre