Leading Australian Resilient Communities (LARC)
This brand-new leadership program is currently underway, designed to amplify the already resilient leadership on the North West Coast of Tasmania.
Delivered by Tasmanian Leaders, in partnership with the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation, this dynamic program responds to the region’s unique opportunities and is guided by best practice learning techniques.
About the LARC program
The LARC program develops skills, knowledge and provides space for up to 26 participants to consider possible futures for their communities and the leadership required of them. Over eight-months, participants gather regularly to expand their understanding of regional development, the role of place-based leadership, and develop skills in strategic foresight, adaptive leadership and resilience.
Content is delivered by Tasmanian Leaders professional facilitators with plenty of opportunity to engage with local and national experts giving participants access to:
- A series of relevant and engaging webinars
- Ongoing mentoring and executive coaching
- Support to design and deliver a community project, and
- Three in-person workshops delivered along the Tasmanian North West Coast
Who is participating?
The LARC program has been developed to build capacity for resilient adaptive leadership tailored to the unique and localised challenges faced by businesses and communities on Tasmania’s North West Coast. We are excited to announce that we have 26 community leaders currently undertaking the program and we look forward to sharing their program experience with you as the journey unfolds.
Are there any fees?
This program is funded by the Australian Government as part of the Building Resilient Regional Leaders Initiative. There is no fee to participate.
How do I apply?
Applications for the LARC NWC program are now closed.
How can I participate now?
We are pleased to announce a series of engaging webinars to compliment our LARC program, as another learning opportunity and resource for participants and the wider community – you!
The webinars will include practical and lived examples of some of the concepts investigated in the LARC program or specific ‘how to’ information regarding some of the scenario’s you may find yourself in, in your life, work and communities. Guest speakers on the webinars will be from a wide range of sectors
For more information on the webinar series and to register for this event or others, please visit https://bit.ly/3S6PtRG.