Common Purpose delivers global, regional and local leadership development programmes in Singapore
Programmes for young leaders
A four-day, experiential programme designed especially for young leaders in Singapore, who are keen to innovate and lead change in their communities. It was launched in 2015 as the Common Purpose – SG50 Young Leaders Programme, supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund, and was very well received.
In 2016, the programme was delivered successfully from 11 – 14 October, in partnership with the Singapore Polytechnic, and was supported by the National Youth Council. Over 150 students between the ages of 16 to 20 years, participated in an intense leadership learning, including meeting some of the most successful leaders from across sectors in Singapore, and experienced innovation first-hand, at private, public and not-for-profit organizations. The young leaders learned to work and innovate across boundaries, build networks and benefited from Cultural Intelligence, to become the leaders of tomorrow.
This year, the programme is back with the continuing support of the National Youth Council, and in partnership with the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). The programme will run from 21 – 23 September, with a reconnect day to be run in November.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pictured with Adirupa Sengupta, CEO Common Purpose Asia Pacific and Eileen Goh, Programme Co-ordinator of the Common Purpose SG50 Young Leaders Programme, at the SG50 Appreciation Dinner to celebrate Singapore’s 50th anniversary.
Common Purpose ran a leadership programme supported by the SG50 Celebration Fund for Singapore’s young leaders to kick-start their 50-year legacy. The 4-day programme was delivered in October 2015 at the Singapore Polytechnic Design School with over 100 young leaders participating.
Global Leaders Experiences (GLE) was run successfully in Singapore from 27 to 30 Sept, 2016 in partnership with the National University of Singapore (NUS) and was supported by Prudential. Over 52 students of many different nationalities came together, and participated in leadership learning within a Singapore context. Participants examined challenges, leadership experiences, and gained the skills and networks to lead across boundaries and become global leaders, themselves. Towards the end of the programme, 10 innovative solutions to a global challenge were offered by participants, who worked together in groups, using the skills and leadership learnings from the programme.
The next GLE in Singapore will take place in 2017.
The programme was delivered to a diverse group of emerging and young leaders in Singapore from 25 – 28 October, 2016 in partnership with the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and was supported by the National Youth Council and Expedia. 76 young leaders from across the Commonwealth, benefited from leadership experiences shared by senior leaders from across sectors, and through personal learnings from visits to organizations leading in innovation, and creative thinking.
Participants learned to network, make connections and share ideas across boundaries and gained Cultural Intelligence. On the final day of the programme, Ms. Rahayu, Member of Parliament, Jurong GRC, Singapore, presided as the Guest of Honour. She congratulated participants over the 10 innovative ideas generated by them in response to the key challenge addressed during the programme.
"I have been impressed by the calibre of the participants who bring their own experience and knowledge, and have opened their minds to new ideas and challenges. What I have witnessed has been transformational as the individuals overcome assumptions and form into high performing focused teams, and this is what makes the Commonwealth Study Conferences so special."
Programmes for Senior Leaders
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