Who are Tasmanian Leaders?

There are three missions within the broad remit of the organisation:

Tasmanian Leaders Inc. is an independent not-for-profit organisation that identifies and develops leaders who are committed to creating and influencing a successful future for our state.

The Tasmanian Leaders Program enhances participants’ leadership skills, networks and ability to influence through a dynamic year-long action learning program that is the primary output of Tasmanian Leaders Inc.

The Tasmanian Leaders Alumni is a strong and growing network of individuals that have graduated from the Tasmanian Leaders Program who apply their leadership capacity for the benefit of the Tasmanian community and each other.

2018 Kickstarter Breakfasts!

As we kick off another year, many of us will look back on the twelve months behind us to assess our achievements and challenges, and determine what our goals will be in the New Year. 2018 brings with it the feeling of a fresh start. As the saying goes: out with the old and in with the new. It’s a time for vision-casting, for thinking big, and for deciding who we want to be in the New Year and what we want to achieve.

As you look back on 2017, what can you say were your strengths? What areas do you need to improve upon? What skills would you like to fine-tune, and what kind of leader do you want to be in the New Year? Join us to take some time out and dig deep into each of these questions. When you do so, you’ll be sure to make 2018 your best year yet.

Join us for breakfast 7:30 am on Thursday 15th February. Book your tickets at the portal by clicking on the link below.





2017 Participant Reflections – Sean Hollick

Sean Hollick recently addressed guests at a networking event held at The Henry Jones Art Hotel with reflections on his year as a Tasmanian Leaders Program participant. Below is a direct transcribe of the event. Good Evening everyone. My name is Sean Hollick, and it’s my pleasure to share with you some of my personal… Read more

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