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New Zealand Banks On Leadership Fiji

The New Zealand High Commission has provided a grant of FJ$15,000 to continue its ongoing support to the local Leadership Programme. While presenting the cheque to Leadership Fiji, the New
24 Mar 2015 12:56
New Zealand Banks On Leadership Fiji

The New Zealand High Commission has provided a grant of FJ$15,000 to continue its ongoing support to the local Leadership Programme.

While presenting the cheque to Leadership Fiji, the New Zealand High Commissioner, Mark Ramsden, acknowledged the significance of the programme for Fiji’s young leaders over the years.

“We are proud to be one of the major sponsors of the Leadership Fiji Programme which has enhanced the abilities of the next generation of Fiji’s leaders,” Mr Ramsden said in a press statement.

Leadership Fiji’s core role is the development and enhancement of the quality of future Fiji leaders.

Leadership Fiji Board chairman William Parkinson thanked the foundation support of the High Commission’s funding in running the course.

This year the programme will facilitate 30 emerging leaders to develop their leadership competencies, build relations, explore their own valuesand learn to cope with the demands of the changing world.

The participants interact closely with Fiji leaders from various sectors and undertake projects to deepen their understanding of marginalised communities and organise drives to assist them.

Since its inception 299 leaders from a wide variety backgrounds and careers have graduated from the programme and are part of the Leadership Fiji vibrant and enthusiastic Alumni.

Leadership Fiji has also been heavily involved in the development of regional leadership programmes in Papua New Guinea, Samoa and Solomon Islands.

 




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