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A Common Purpose leadership programme for ASEAN leaders
The ASEAN Leaders Programme is an annual, two-part leadership development programme that brings together senior leaders from across the ASEAN region – from all sectors and walks of life – onto a common platform where they will work together to address a carefully selected challenge relevant to the region. The programme is run by Common Purpose, an international leadership development organization, in partnership with the ASEAN Foundation and is supported by GE and other key stakeholders in the region.
The challenge for the ASEAN Leaders Programme 2016 is “What makes a city smart?”
The programme will be delivered in two parts. In 2016, Part 1 will be held in Singapore, and Part 2 will be held in two separate locations – one within the ASEAN in Jakarta, and one outside in New York – with participants having a choice of locale.
The ASEAN Leaders Programme aims to help leaders build strong connections, share knowledge, and develop the cultural intelligence required to grow ASEAN’s cities and to realise the immense potential of the newly-formed ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).
Outcomes from the ASEAN Leaders Programme
- Develop as a Leader
- Broaden your Networks
- Make Better Decisions
- Drive Bold Innovation
Common Purpose runs leadership development programmes all over the world that inspire and equip people to work across boundaries. This enables them to solve complex problems in organizations and society. Founded in 1989, 4000 leaders now benefit from Common Purpose programmes every year.
As global citizens we recognize the need for strong leadership to tackle the challenges of an ever-changing, complex and boundary-less world. At GE we believe that the individual excellence of people, and the collective progress that they will generate across all sectors and communities, will pave the way to success. That’s why we have partnered with Common Purpose to support the ASEAN Leaders Programme… as it enables us to invest in the development of local leaders that will be able to make a difference in the cities and the communities where we are active in ASEAN.
Wouter van Wersch,
President & CEO, GE ASEAN
The application process is now open.