Asialink Leaders Program - Information sessions

‘The cultural advice made an incredible difference. There was a complete turnaround in negotiations I was having with Chinese clients and the change in our relationship has been amazing, absolutely amazing.’ - Victoria Clent, Aligned Funds Management, Asialink Leaders Program 2015

Participants often describe the Asialink Leaders Program as a transformational experience providing the knowledge, skills and networks vital for success with Asia.  Each year a limited number of participants are selected from across the private, public, arts and community sectors to join the program.

The program is delivered over a nine month period, with the equivalent of three weeks full-time learning.

The Asialink Leaders Program is available in three locations and is run concurrently in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane each year.

To learn more about the Asialink Leaders Program, join us at one of the forthcoming information sessions.

Places are limited. To register your interest, email: leaders@asialink.unimelb.edu.au

Information sessions will be held in:

MELBOURNE
DATE: Tuesday 19 September
TIME: 6pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: PwC, 2 Riverside Quay, Southbank

SYDNEY
DATE: Wednesday 20 September
TIME: 6pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: PwC, One International Towers, Watermans Quay, Barangaroo

BRISBANE
DATE: Thursday 21 September
TIME: 6pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 31, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane

CANBERRA
DATE: Wednesday 27 September
TIME: 6pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: PwC, 28 Sydney Avenue, Forrest

About Asialink Leaders Program

The Asialink Leaders Program is in its 22nd year and runs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane over nine months from March to November. It delivers the equivalent of three weeks' full-time learning in monthly sessions tailored to fit busy working lives

This unique program is the choice of a wide range of Australian organisations who want their key decision-makers to be Asia aware, Asia capable and Asia ready. The annual intake includes regular participants from Austrade and DFAT, major corporates such as Westpac, ANZ, NAB, Commonwealth Bank, PwC and BHP, law firms, state government departments, and leading universities, arts, media and community organisations. The alumni network now numbers more than 700

A key to the program's success is the diversity of its participants and the emphasis on peer learning. Professionals from all walks of life learn from experts while also sharing their own knowledge, expertise and experiences of Asia

The program is specifically designed to provide practical learnings and benefits to participants and their organisations. This includes:

  • Cross-cultural training and practical tips for working in Asia, and with Asian clients and colleagues
  • Seminars and discussion groups with experts from academia and business, with a focus on key trading partners China, India, Japan, Korea and Indonesia, as well as the other countries of ASEAN
  • Completion of an individual Workplace Project designed to deliver maximum and long-lasting benefit to each individual and their organisation

Click here for more information about the Asialink Leaders Program.

More Information

Maria Wills, Program Manager

+ 61 3 8344 7088