Developed by the Centres in collaboration with a number of fundraising experts from around the world, the programme aims to address a critical need in leadership development. Over the course of 12 months, it focuses on development of personal, organisational, community and professional leadership qualities, sharing proven leadership approaches, including the best thinking and teaching from experts. It also offers participants the opportunity to explore their own leadership beliefs, principles and practices.
CEE Leaders of Tomorrow 2016 will begin with an orientation session and a four-day intensive experiential learning workshop delivered by the USA’s Kay Sprinkel Grace, Tony Myers from Canada, Jan Kroupa and Jana Ledvinová from the Czech Republic, and Eduard Marček from Slovakia. It will be held in the vicinity of Bratislava, Slovakia, and this year takes place from 23-28 October.
The participants will then progress through their own individualised leadership programme with the support of dedicated mentors. Each participant will develop a personal leadership plan to help them reach the next level of achievement whether they are aspiring to be leaders or have already attained a leadership role. The culmination of the programme includes a leadership summit, which is conducted one year after the initial leadership training.
Last year’s participants described the programme as: “The most amazing experience ever! Great restart! A programme that I feel will bring a lasting change to my life. It was really a life changing experience.”
More information is available at: www.ceeleadership.org.