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Australian Rural Leadership Program: For Established Leaders
Type: Course - Other
Contact: Kahlia Hoad
Institution: Australian Rural Leadership Foundation
Address: 24 Napier Close, Deakin West, ACT 2600 Australia
T: (02) 6281 0680
F: (02) 6285 4676
Facebook: Australian Rural Leadership Foundation
The Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) is rural Australia’s iconic leadership development program, based on the Foundation’s decades of experience. It follows a leadership model that reflects current thinking and practice in the areas of adult education, leadership and capacity building.
Description: The Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) is rural Australia’s iconic leadership development program, based on the Foundation’s decades of experience. It follows a leadership model that reflects current thinking and practice in the areas of adult education, leadership and capacity building. It consists of up to 50 days, delivered in multiple sessions over 15 months. Five of these sessions take place in locations across Australia and one takes place overseas. Group size is 30 to 35 leaders.
The ARLP concentrates on the following areas of leadership development:
- Personal effectiveness within complex settings
- Ethics, values and social responsibility
- Leadership thinking, dealing with complexity and analytical capabilities
- Industry, community and regional engagement
- Ongoing diverse relationships for peer support across sectors and regions
Some of the educational highlights include:
- An experiential component (to build a common, yet novel experience; develop relationships; facilitate problem-solving; take individuals outside their “comfort zone”; facilitate reliance of others as well as self)
- Real situations (with the group working towards a goal that is of benefit to their organisations, industries and stakeholders more broadly)
- Critical thinking (builds processes of taking in and assessing information in terms of higher order issues; reflects upon information in terms of diverse interests and needs; sees potential; manages ambiguity and complexity; questions assumptions)
Applications: Application forms can be downloaded from the Foundation’s website, www.rural-leaders.com.au, or are available by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone, (02) 6281 0680.
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