Leadership Live – New Webinar Series 

Commencing on 15th August, CLA  is launching Leadership Live, a monthly webinar series for members  and other leadership practitioners.  Each month the 60 minute webinar will be facilitated by an experienced community leader and will focus on relevant and timely topics impacting community leadership organisations in the Asia Pacific.

Proposed Webinar Topics

  1. Recruitment – Faced with increasing competition from external providers and in-house development programs, how best can community leadership organisations market programs to ensure we attract, not only sufficient numbers, but also the people with the potential to positively influence the future while also ensuring adequate diversity? As a subset this conversation will consider how to avoid selection errors and what to do when things do go wrong. This is a great opportunity to share trends and insights and hear about new innovations that are working well for other leadership organisations.2. Program Elements – Each of our leadership programs have a number of elements. Many will include peer mentoring, executive coaching, and any number of psychometrics and other behavioural diagnostics. How are these elements woven into our program designs and what aspects seem to be having the biggest impact? Each attendee will be asked to come with what they think has the biggest impact and why. A remarkable chance to discover the building blocks of other programs that might be potentially beneficial for yours.3. Alumni Engagement – Perhaps the most often asked question by leadership programs is how do we engage with our Alumni? While it is clear there is no silver bullet, there are some great things CLA members are experimenting with, making this topic a great opportunity to share and learn.4. What scale do we need to operate at? Many community leadership programs started as ‘one trick ponies’ offering a single broad program. Since then many have scaled up and out and are now offering a number of initiatives and programs. To have the greatest impact in our regions this teleconference will consider how to grow sustainably in an era where demand for leadership development is on the rise and we all have the scope to do more.5. Evaluating the impossible. We all know our programs achieve transformational change, but how do we measure our impact and share both statistics and stories in a way that is easily understood. With limited resources, this teleconference will consider some of the most cost effective ways of measuring impact.

Further details will be released shortly.

Contact: [email protected] to express your interest in joining the Leadership Live community.

 

Community Leadership Australia -Website information Resources Section

Community Leadership Australia members programs are underpinned by various theories and draw on a variety of practices to support their individual programs.

Each member organisation draws on different theories techniques, but we are all connected through our aim of increasing leadership capacity for the benefit of local communities.

To read more about the programs and their relevant theories and principals, see each organisation’s website listed here (insert link to page or for more information on some of these theories and tools click on one of the headings below.

 

Theories, Principles and Global Research

Following are a variety of theories, principles and global research that inform our programs structure and methodologies.

 

Tools and Techniques

Various tools and techniques are employed within our programs ensuring alignment to the principles of Adult Learning.

Community Leadership Australia members programs integrate theory and knowledge in experiential, practical delivery engaging participants deeply.

Some tools and techniques that inform this delivery are;

Impact

Measuring the impact of our programs is a vital component in our pursuit of continuous improvement. Following are some tools utilised.

Australian Specific Research

Following are Australian specific research links that provide information within an Australian context.

 

Facilitators

The quality of facilitation is a crucial element in delivering programs that are engaging, current and relevant.

Nationally we draw on various facilitators to deliver core components in our programs. Many of our programs are supported generously through pro bono facilitation.

For more information on these facilitators go to:

 

MEMBER ONLY SECTION

Infrastructure, Logistics and Program Specific Resources

As an active community of practice we offer members the opportunity an exclusive area to share resources and knowledge. You must login to enter the members the only section. Logins will only be granted to current financial members of CLA.

Logging into the member only section will provide you access to:

  • Templates and sample documents used by members including position descriptions, organisational charts, environment scans, impact assessments, terms of reference etc.
  • Contact details for all our members
  • Access to the CLA constitution and other governance documents such as Board minutes

Plus you receive access to an exclusive member’s only notice board where you can ask specific questions of the network.

Not a member, sign up today and begin enjoying the benefits immediately.

Community Leadership Australia -Website information Resources Section

Community Leadership Australia members programs are underpinned by various theories and draw on a variety of practices to support their individual programs.

Each member organisation draws on different theories techniques, but we are all connected through our aim of increasing leadership capacity for the benefit of local communities.

To read more about the programs and their relevant theories and principals, see each organisation’s website listed here (insert link to page or for more information on some of these theories and tools click on one of the headings below.

 

Theories, Principles and Global Research

Following are a variety of theories, principles and global research that inform our programs structure and methodologies.

 

Tools and Techniques

Various tools and techniques are employed within our programs ensuring alignment to the principles of Adult Learning.

Community Leadership Australia members programs integrate theory and knowledge in experiential, practical delivery engaging participants deeply.

Some tools and techniques that inform this delivery are;

Impact

Measuring the impact of our programs is a vital component in our pursuit of continuous improvement. Following are some tools utilised.

Australian Specific Research

Following are Australian specific research links that provide information within an Australian context.

 

Facilitators

The quality of facilitation is a crucial element in delivering programs that are engaging, current and relevant.

Nationally we draw on various facilitators to deliver core components in our programs. Many of our programs are supported generously through pro bono facilitation.

For more information on these facilitators go to:

 

MEMBER ONLY SECTION

Infrastructure, Logistics and Program Specific Resources

As an active community of practice we offer members the opportunity an exclusive area to share resources and knowledge. You must login to enter the members the only section. Logins will only be granted to current financial members of CLA.

Logging into the member only section will provide you access to:

  • Templates and sample documents used by members including position descriptions, organisational charts, environment scans, impact assessments, terms of reference etc.
  • Contact details for all our members
  • Access to the CLA constitution and other governance documents such as Board minutes

Plus you receive access to an exclusive member’s only notice board where you can ask specific questions of the network.

Not a member, sign up today and begin enjoying the benefits immediately.