Scholarships engage female leaders who will shape Australia’s future

14 January

Chief Executive Women (CEW) and the Australian Government are again funding scholarships for the investment and further education in women’s management education.

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CEW will award scholarships for women in leadership positions to attend the best executive education available in Australia and internationally.

The scholarships aim to engage and further educate those female leaders who will shape Australia’s future.

CEW’s scholarship program aims to give female leaders the preparation they need to reach their maximum potential and make decisions that have positive economic and societal impact.

The 2016 awards include a new scholarship for ethical leadership, the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship at the Centre for Ethical Leadership, Ormond College, University of Melbourne. The course is designed for leaders who are ready to leverage their leadership skills to influence and improve the ethical culture of their workplaces.

Diane Smith-Gander, CEW President said: “Creating the female leaders of the future is a numbers game, and that’s why CEW’s scholarship program has supported more than 100 women at all levels of their careers. Leaders need to find a different way to lead.”

Through the scholarships, CEW aims to assist organisations nationwide to develop the capacity of their high potential female employees.

Smith-Gander said CEW was ahead of the rest in offering a scholarship on ethical leadership.

“The leadership roles of the future will centre on collaboration and redefined notions of holistic performance outcomes. Ethical leadership explores these already, so CEW scholars will be a step ahead in this arena,” she said. 

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