At Leadership Victoria our aim is to help leaders stand out and change the world, starting here

 

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We Develop Leaders.

  • Have you ever felt like you have a great idea and passion to make a difference?
  • Are you the kind of person that wants to connect to local changemakers?
  • Have you ever wondered how you will stand out and advance your career?
  • Are you ready to make a lasting local contribution?

 


Are you ready to lead?

At Leadership Victoria we have years of high-level local experience to develop the kind of hard-working and passionate leaders who know they want to change the world.

Our leadership training course is not for everyone.  It demands your attention and time, it will stretch your ideas about leadership and it will quickly accelerate your local leadership presence.

We're not for everyone.  We're for leaders.

 


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What people are saying

Our 2017-2018 graduating class had something to say about our leadership program:

 

Leadership Victoria created the foundation for my network when I was new to Victoria

 

I met community leaders during our sessions whom I am still in contact a year later

 

The fact that the program supports people to challenge themselves through a very difficult task builds the capacity, resilience, and tool kit of everyone who finishes the program. At the end, you have the confidence to lead change in the community that you may not have had before


Our Leadership Program

Join with the over 325 alumni from the past 19 years who have grown as influential community leaders. 

 

 


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    Community Leadership Development Program

    Founded in 2001, the Community Leadership Development Program is our flagship program. It takes emerging leaders from the public, private, and non-profit sectors and sets them up for success as community leaders. 

    There are exciting changes in the air as Leadership Victoria develops its new Community Leadership Development Program for Fall 2018. We listened to your feedback and have shortened the program to four months, which will result in reduced fees. We will also recommence short public courses that were so popular in the past.

    How will we shorten our program without compromising content?

    We have adopted a delivery method that blends both face-to-face workshops with online classrooms that will be accessible 24/7.

    Will we continue to focus on experiential learning that has been a mainstay of our program?

    Absolutely, because we know how effective this concept is to a learner’s journey. We also know that peer engagement is key to learning, so our online classrooms will focus on collaboration and discussions, supported by team coaches.

    Will our program continue to partner with community stakeholders?

    Yes, Leadership Victoria is recognized as a leader in building community partnerships and will continue along this path. In fact, this is so important to us that we have redesigned our program to partner with community stakeholders, identify their specific issues and support their needs.

    Registration for this year’s program opens in late June.  Stay tuned!

     

    Explore our program through these topic areas:

    Our Leadership Approach - the Four Pillars of Community Leadership

    Program Components - What to Expect

    Community Action Projects

    Is this Right for Me? (Benefits for Learners)

    Is this Right for My Employee? (Benefits for Employers)

    What is the Cost?

    What are the Next Steps?

    New! Prior Learning Credit for Camosun College Leadership Development Certificate

    Graduates of our program from 2015 onwards can present their Leadership Victoria program completion to apply for prior learning credit towards the Camosun College Certificate in Leadership Development. Our program is recognized as meeting the requirements for the core components (66 hours) of the Leadership Development Certificate.

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