24-26 November 2017
UQ SLSQ Leadership Excellence Program
What is the UQ SLSQ Leadership Excellence Program all about?
As part of an exciting new partnership between The University of Queensland (UQ) and Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ), the UQ SLSQ Leadership Excellence Program will be conducted annually to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to advance as a leader within their club, branch and state.
Today’s volunteer surf lifesaving leaders must negotiate a maze of relationships, networks and expectations in order to effectively lead in the surf lifesaving environment. Leadership demands innovation, creativity, negotiation, improvisation and strategic vision – we aim to bring this out in you.
Who can apply?
Active Senior Members aged 18-30 years who have been identified as future leaders within surf lifesaving, and have an eagerness to develop themselves personally and professionally. Applicants must also:
- Hold a proficient Bronze Medallion
- Be financial club members that are in, or aspire to, a leadership role
Why should I apply?
The Leadership Excellence program aims to:
- To create an inspiring, supportive, safe and learning environment for program participants;
- To realise the intelligence, skills and experience that all program attendees can contribute to the program;
- To develop inspired leaders with a heightened awareness to modern communication strategies, and provide key connections that engender a robust support network;
- To create a new group of “agents of change” that understand the importance of organisational sustainability and who can confidently and strategically lead their club to be sustainable for the future.
Want more Information?
Download the information booklet here
24-26 November 2017 at the University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus, Brisbane.
Applications are now open, follow the links below to get involved:
- Participant Application – Applications Close 18 September 2017
What past participants thought of the program
I am more confident and ready to take on a leadership role within my club. Had a really good time. I am so happy I had the chance to come. I will implement what I have learned in my club. – Megan
Very good opportunity to discuss issues with other surf lifesavers. – James
Good speakers – engaging; great way to meet new people; and good to learn about other clubs. I learnt ways that each member can make a difference within the organisation.
I liked the people, the information, speakers, atmosphere, social networking, and the chance to have our say. – Patrick
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