Our Leadership Development Model is designed to transform how you exercise leadership and approach problem-solving. We base our work on teaching best-practice leadership competencies and principles, but what makes us stand out is our unique approach of integrating storytelling and purpose.
Our ultimate aim is to create a strong holding environment that enables us to challenge participants to step outside of their comfort zones and accelerate their leadership development. Our approach is guided by heart, purpose, and ethics, and our focus is on disrupting the status quo to produce meaningful change and learning.
Drawing on fundamental research from the leadership development field and beyond, we consistently refresh our methodology and approach to ensure we apply contemporary thinking and best practices in all our programs. Our comprehensive programs cater to all levels of leadership and are delivered in various formats to suit different learning styles and preferences.
Programs & Events
Women’s Leadership Program
Learn the skills, confidence and network to lead others and be a change-maker in your organisation or community.
Leading Australian Resilient Communities
Leading Australian Resilient Communities (LARC) is a brand-new leadership program designed to amplify the already resilient leadership within...
Williamson Community Leadership Program
Develop your self-awareness, expose yourself to new ways of thinking, and create behavioural change to develop your skills...
Meet your 2023 Williamson Fellows
Last week, we celebrated the graduation of the 2023 cohort from the Williamson Community Leadership Program. Leadership Victoria...
The Reignite Alumni Gala: A Night To Remember
On Thursday, October 26 2023, we had the joy of bringing together 300 Alumni, mentors and special guests...
Leadership Victoria and The Voice
We all have a responsibility to understand the importance of the Voice Referendum, and to make an informed...
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Wendy Sanderson (WCLP’16)
Belinda McKay (WCLP’16)
Stephen Lansdell (FCLP’17)
Michelle Blyth (FCLP’16)
Anthony Garnham (FCLP’18)