Leadership Scholarships for Not for Profits
3 May 2012 at 11:07 am
Emerging Leaders for Social Change (ELSC) and the Australian Scholarships Foundation are offering 12 full scholarships to the Meikle Files Black Leadership Program for Not for Profits.
Meikle Files Black is a unique leadership development program created by Andrew Meikle and based on his extensive research, conducted over an 18 year period, into human high performance.
The total value of each scholarship is $20,000 and involves a three-day program over four months, delivered in Sydney. Travel and accommodation costs are not included.
The scholarships will be offered to emerging leaders of Not for Profit organisations who meet agreed selection criteria.
Meikle Files Black is specifically designed for leaders who are: 1. Considered to be the highest performers/have the highest potential 2. Required to stimulate improvements in performance from their teams.
The program runs over three full days in 2012 – 8 June, 23 August and 31 October 2012. Each session provides a depth of understanding into specific areas of human psychology and behaviour, performance and change. Each session is one full day and is delivered by Andrew Meikle.
Content covered includes: Strong Minds, High Performance Environments and Human Desire.
The course will be delivered at Elkiem Office, Lvl 2, 63 William Street, East Sydney NSW
DAY 1 – Strong Minds – What are the cognitive patterns that lie behind strength of mind?
Defines clearly what is a strong mind
Demonstrates how to test strength of the mind
Teaches the four cognitive patterns of strong minded individuals
Teaches how to stimulate these cognitive patterns in individuals
DAY 2 – High Performance Environments – What are the specific circumstances that stimulate human beings to improve their performance?
Defines the circumstances that stimulate performance in human beings
Covers the different applications of the High Performance Environmental Structure
Teaches how to measure the effectiveness of the High Performance Environment
Teaches how to build a plan to stimulate stronger performance from the population
DAY 3 – Human Desire – How to stimulate changes in human motivation in order to stimulate improvements in performance?
Defines human desire and what influences human desire
Investigates the differences between human desire in Olympians compared to those in the arts, military and science
Teaches how changes in human desire can affect the personal resourcefulness of the individual
Teaches how to stimulate changes in potency, consistency and style
Conditions of eligibility and award:
- be a leader or emerging leader employed in a charitable not-for-profit organisation
- have significant influence on others in the organisation and the NFP sector
- manage at least 5 staff
- be an Australian permanent resident or citizen
- attend all sessions of the program and complete a pre-program research call (approx. 50 minutes)
Application deadline: 15 May 2012
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