This Executive Colloquium is hosted at Old Parliament House, Canberra. It is the Cranlana Centre’s most established course, designed for people of influence, operating in environments of competing priorities and time pressures and under intense scrutiny. Participants come from a variety of sectors of society (corporate, government and not-for-profit) and bring their diverse experiences and…See More
In today’s changing world, organisations are looking to transform themselves in order to stay competitive and be future-ready. One of the key drivers of an organisation’s ability to transform is its ability to develop leaders who are strategic, agile and resilient. The more the learning and development of senior management is leveraged as a strategic tool the better equipped companies are to transform.
In this article Rose Cartolari talks about how to ensure leadership development programs give you the results you need.
via Forbes, 8 September 2020See More
Imposter syndrome, the doubt that gnaws at you while you wait for others to realise you’re a fraud, is all too real.
Fortunately for us, Executive Colloquium alumna Esther Roadnight discovered the rewards of stepping out of her comfort zone. She was among peers at the table, and their experiences and hers were very similar.See More
Alumnus Peter McMullin, a successful lawyer, businessman and philanthropist, knows the impact a Cranlana program can have on participants. During his participation in an Executive Colloquium he had something of an epiphany which pointed him “in a direction I ultimately would have gone on one day anyway, but it really spurred me into action.” With an interest in global human rights and the arts, Peter was active in philanthropy at the time, but the Cranlana program was a turning point and a trigger for his future philanthropy.
via Fundraising and Philanthropy Magazine, 15 July 2020See More