Friday 20 August 2010

Three scholarships available at Sydney’s 'Leadership for Specialists' Conference

Three scholarships available at Sydney’s 'Leadership for Specialists' Conference


The Australian Institute for Commercialisation (AIC), as part of its partnership with the Hargraves Institute in its delivery of the ‘Leadership for Specialists’ conference , is offering three scholarships each valued at $3,800.

The Conference, held in North Ryde, Sydney from 3rd to 5th November 2010, is designed for professionals seeking to achieve the next level of effectiveness in leading individuals, teams and large groups to their highest level of sustained performance.

In this program participants learn the differences between leadership and management and how to develop specific leadership skills that are important to specialists, innovators and technical professionals. A range of key modules will be covered in addition to presentations from key note speakers and interactive workshops.

The scholarships, available to any Australian resident who owns or co-owns a business, can be applied for by filling out a short questionnaire, the details of which can be found on the AIC website .

Three winning entries will be chosen on 4th October 2010 and the three winners will each receive one full registration* to the Hargraves Institute 'Leadership for Specialists' Conference.

For any enquiries regarding this scholarship or to request a brochure, please contact the Education Manager at the Australian Institute for Commercialisation on 07 3853 5292 or e-mail .



*Please note that all travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of the individual and are not included. Winners will be required to provide a personal testimonial regarding their experience after attending the conference for use in AIC marketing material.











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AIC Commercialisation Masterclass - Brisbane - 28th July 2011

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Prof Caroline McMillen,