PO Box 315, Port Fairy, VIC 3284
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Welcome to Leadership Great South Coast

ARE YOU CURRENTLY IN A LEADERSHIP ROLE OR ASPIRING TO LEAD AN ORGANISATION, BUSINESS OR TEAM?

Leadership Great South Coast has been formed to provide an innovative leadership development program to support a thriving and resilient Great South Coast region.

Our annual leadership development program is aimed at emerging and new leaders sourced from the diversity of business, government and community sectors within the region.

Leadership Great South Coast is a challenging leadership program that focuses on the region’s future and expands the knowledge, ethical decision making capacity and leadership ability of our leaders and emerging leaders.

This program is designed to challenge your thinking, increase your knowledge in key areas and give you confidence to steer our region, your organisation, business or team through the challenges ahead.

See our program page for an overview of the program contents, or check out our speakers page for more information.

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAM AND TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION FORM CLICK HERE

 

 


Featured Speaker
Damein Bell
Damein Bell

Damein Bell is a Gundtijmara man and CEO of Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation

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Partners

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lyndoch-logo GSC Food & Fibre Council

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Leadership Great South Coast Inc. is a member of Regional Leadership which is a collaboration of 10 Regional Community Leadership Programs across Victoria. For information about other Programs please visit https://rla.org.au/

 

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians, the Gunditjmara people past and present. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal Community Elders and people, past and present who have resided in the Great South Coast region and have been an integral part of the region’s history.

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