What do Victoria MacKirdy, CEO of the City of Victor Harbor, Erik Thomson, Australian actor and Anthony Kittel, CEO of Red Arc Electronics have in common? They all imparted their leadership wisdom and personal story to the lucky 2020 Fleurieu Future Leaders participants.
The Fleurieu Future Leaders Program is a personal development course which incorporates leadership and management teachings and empowers participants to pursue their dreams. The program supports them with confidence building, breaking down barriers to success and provides knowledge regarding the financial and legal implications of doing business.
Participants also learn the importance of team collaboration and develop a fantastic network of people that is growing year on year.
The purpose of the Fleurieu Future Leaders Program (FFLP) is to build the next generation of leaders in the community to protect and enhance the Fleurieu region through action by encouraging and empowering key individuals.
These leaders then have the potential to move the Fleurieu region further toward being a world leader in economic and environmental sustainability with a coherent identity grounded in history and embracing the future.
Now entering its fifth year, this program engages our community in creating key thinkers and doers, ensuring we have a continuous stream of enthusiastic, knowledgeable and inspiring leaders.
The 2020 Alumni includes Business Victor Harbor Chairman Michael Schubert, with staff from valued BVH members the Victor Harbor Horse Drawn Tram, Elders, and the City of Victor Harbor. The program cost is subsidised by sponsors, including BVH member Bendigo Community Bank, and has a once-off cost of $800.
Applications close 9 April 2021. For more information and to apply please visit www.fleurieuleaders.com.au