This exciting collaboration between the Social Enterprise Academy and the Scottish Refugee Council will invite refugees across Glasgow to step forward as leaders for their communities and shape a new future. It will develop leadership skills, provide the tools to create impact and offer a supportive opportunity to connect with peers.
This 12 day blended leadership programme will equip you with practical
skills to help you understand yourself better; lead, motivate and inspire others, and consider how you can
take a more strategic approach to lead in your community, whether this is your community of refugees or the geographical communities that you find yourself in.
The programme will support all participants to develop
both individually and collectively as a leadership community of practice. This
will not be a technical or academic leadership programme, but will take a very
practical approach. It will be focused on the challenges and opportunities
around refugees stepping up to become key leaders in their community.
Learners will access the tools and support to gain an ILM accredited Certificate in Leadership, which also offers the opportunity to progress directly into Napier’s BA in Business and Enterprise at third year level.
Who is it for?
This programme is for Scottish refugees in the Glasgow area who would like to build on their existing leadership skills, develop their resilience and become key leaders for their communities.
This programme is for people who...
- Have the experience of being a
- Represent a group/organisation with a
goal to support refugees and/or asylum seekers
- Are interested in developing their
leadership potential so that they can assume a leadership role within the
greater Glasgow region (e.g. as a working group or core group chair or executive
- Are committed to participating in the
entire year-long learning programme; and
- Have a strong professional work
history that demonstrates increasing development of skills and increasing
- Have expressed desire and passion for
exercising leadership in their community
Please note that all sessions will run from 9.45AM-4PM, but you are welcome to arrive at 9.30AM for tea, coffee & to get settled in
19 & 20 November
10 & 11 December
21 & 22 January
18 & 19 February
18 & 19 March
1 & 2 April (TBC)
Cost: Fully funded by the Glasgow
Communities Fund and supported by the Scottish Government.
I feel able to be bolder, more incisive
and not inert about where we are as an organisation, what’s needed, and rally around driven by core values." Previous Learner
Your facilitator for this programme will be Roy Clunie. Roy supports the Social Enterprise Academy Scotland as an Associate Facilitator, facilitating programmes on Leadership and Enterprise in Scotland, Africa, Asia and Europe.
The deadline to apply for this programme has passed. We are running 1-day workshops in the new year, if you'd be interested in these, please email email@example.com
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