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Clore Social Leadership seeks next generation of charity leaders

Howard Lake | 12 July 2016 | News

Leadership development charity Clore Social Leadership is inviting applications from charity sector staff for its Fellowship programme, which aims to support talented and emerging leaders who can make social change happen.
The programme is in its eighth year and so far 125 people have completed the Fellowship. The 12-month programme is open to people across the sector encompassing both general and specialist Fellowships.
Shaks Ghosh, Chief Executive of Clore Social Leadership said:

“The aim of our programme is to generate grounded and collaborative leaders who will effectively guide their organisations and the sector through today’s social challenges to rebuild trust. We want to create leaders who are hungry to invest in their development, which is why we are actively collaborating with the sector to ensure we are serving their leadership needs.”

Shaks Ghosh

Shaks Ghosh


As part of the application process, individuals will be asked to demonstrate their commitment to change, and indicate how they plan to directly apply what they learn from the programme to their organisations.
The Fellowship has been updated to include “experiential team challenges” that focus on contemporary issues and collaborative opportunities. The programme also includes residential courses, coaching and mentoring, completing a practice-based provocation paper and action learning sets.
Applications to Clore Social Leadership are open until 10.00 on 5 Monday September 2016. Invitations are accepted from people working in UK-based charities, including international NGOs, foundations and trusts, social enterprises, housing associations, community organisations and cooperatives.
 
 

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