WIMWA Centre for Ethical Leadership (Melbourne University) Scholarship opportunity

Originally published by WIMWA – September 2016.

With thanks to the ongoing support of Professor Bob Wood, WIMWA are delighted to announce a scholarship place is again available for the CEL (Melbourne University) Ethical Leadership Program.  To apply please send a 250 word (maximum) statement addressing “how you would use this opportunity to benefit other women in the mining and resource sector or defining how you are currently demonstrating leadership in the mining and resource sector” to wimwa_events@iinet.net.au by COB Thursday 29th of September.
 
The next Ethical Leadership Program will be on the 14 – 16 November 2016.
 
The Ethical Leadership Program (ELP) is designed to prepare leaders for rapid reinvention. The program provides a framework and tools to develop practical ethical reasoning skills. Program educators provide coaching and mentoring throughout the course, and opportunities to practice and explore challenging current case studies through role-play.
 
The diversity and seniority of the cohort contributes to the lively discussions of the ethical issues that confront leaders. The discussions with peers, time for reflection and guidance on the application of ethical framing and the minimisation of bias and blind spots all contribute to produce exceptional outcomes for participants.
 
Program Details:
Location:
Cost: 
Travel Fees and accomodation*
Program Start:
Monday 14 November at 9:00am
Program End:
Wednesday 16 November at 12:30pm
 
*The Ethical Leadership Program is a non-residential program. For those travelling from interstate, there are plenty of options but we recommend staying at The Larwill Studio. The Larwill Studio is only a short 10-minute walk to Ormond College. Should you decide to stay at the Larwill, please quote ‘The University of Melbourne’ when making the reservation to receive a discount. 
 
Please see attached brochure for further details about the program.

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