About The Leadership Network
Note re Covid19: All Leadership Network Activities are online for the remainder of 2020. The TLN community is connecting and peer-supporting members and others and we encourage you to reach out to us at any time.
The Leadership Network is a for-purpose organisation dedicated to accelerating the practice of leadership development throughout Australasia, the Asia Pacific, and the world. We exist to bring together individuals, for-purpose organisations, commercial organisations, institutes, academics and governments to explore ways in which leadership development can be accelerated and collaboration can be fostered.
The Leadership Network, formally known as Community Leadership Australia, is a growing alliance of leadership professionals and organisations from around the globe, with a focus on Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
The Leadership Network exists to support individuals and organisations who build leadership capacity in their organisations and communities. We bring together businesses, academia, not-for-profits, civic organisations, government and individuals to unlock the leadership potential for a better world. We exist to provide innovate thinking, tools and practices and build partnership with like-minded people that productively disrupt the ways in which leadership is understood and applied. We exist to break the cycle of singular dependency and strengthen inter-dependencies by unlocking creativity and innovation. We exist for those who seek to move forward, make progress, and effect positive change.
While our partners and stakeholders are unbounded, our members are across two tiers: individual leadership development professionals and organisations. Benefits and pricing are structured accordingly. As part of our core work, we provide members with unparalleled access to resources and networking opportunities.
The Leadership Network’s Board and members are committed to an enhanced focus on leadership that makes progress on ‘adaptive’ issues and building an organisation that has a broader reach including our neighbours in the Asia Pacific, a stronger focus on leadership practitioner’s professional development and a network that encompasses multiple providers of leadership training including those in the private sector.
While remaining committed to the original vision of CLA established in 2012, The Leadership Network continues to look at how we can bring together government, corporate, not-for-profit and community sectors to support the development of programs in new regions, and to better support the professional development needs of everyone involved in fostering leadership in Australasia and surrounding region.