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Continuous Learning and Development Network

One of the objectives of the CLP is to support and facilitate the establishment of Continuous Learning and Development Networks (CLDN) for public sector leaders to address current and on-going challenges, foster international collaboration and strengthen regional resilience.  Learning and development networks proactively support learners as they practice their learning in their workplace. They also maximize the impact of learning by facilitating further exchanges about the practical applications of what happens in the classroom and other formal learning events. In light of this the CLDN will aim to:

  • Address the identification and execution of senior leader learning goals associated with transformation, cross-jurisdictional collaboration, and innovation;
  • Provide insights on evolving themes, topical research and economic trends;
  • Identify solutions to individual and organisational leadership challenges;
  • Leverage peer learning opportunities in a trust-based set of relationships;
  • Provide opportunities to develop coaching and mentoring skills;
  • Promote inter-governmental collaboration;
  • Assist in overcoming organisation silos, knowledge hoarding and “not invented here” resistance; and
  • Take advantage of emerging technologies and mobile devices to build networks and share knowledge

The CLDN facilitates activities and interactions that enable participants to seek and provide support, coaching and mentoring with peers and reflection for their individual journey and effectiveness as leaders. The CLP undertakes significant activities which inform and segue into a learning and development network, including:

  • Webinars/online workshops around specific themes of interest to the alumni: These have been successful for their content, guest speakers, and their alignment with current issues/priorities.
  • Production and dissemination of blogs, videos, and podcasts around specific themes of interest to the alumni
  • Sharing of research articles and other information of interest to the alumni via our social media pages
  • Production of our quarterly newsletter highlighting the major programme achievements.