Register now for the APAC Leadership Institute 2015 and GCCC Certification Exam

We are pleased to announce that a Regional Leadership Institute will be held in Sydney, Australia, from 27-29 November 2015.
 
This is the first Leadership Institute to be held in our region since 2012, and is a great opportunity to bring together Chapter leaders and active volunteers to share ideas, develop leadership skills, strengthen connections, and build a stronger network across the Asia Pacific region.
 
Join us for the key event and meet IABC’s International Chair, Michael Ambjorn, as well as colleagues from across the region. We’ll have great guest speakers, an engaging program, and the chance to network and exchange views with Chapter leadership colleagues from the Asia Pacific region.
 
In addition, we are hosting the GCCC Certification Examination on Friday 27thNovember. We strongly encourage you to apply to sit this examination and be the first in our region to do so. Applications must be submitted by 30 October, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa McNally, Director Professional Development IABC APAC region by email [email protected].
 
Please register well in advance for the Leadership Institute here, and help make this a success by encouraging all emerging and current leaders to attend.
 
Details are:
 

  • GCCC Certification exam, 1.00pm to 4.00pm, Friday 27th November
  • Leadership Institute, 9.00am to 5.00pm Saturday, and 8.30 to 12.00 midday Sunday 29th November.
  • A social program with a Welcome Reception on Friday 27th November (our treat!) from 5.00pm
  • A Dine-Around on Saturday 28th November.

 
We recognize that travel costs are higher for delegates from Asia (India, Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Japan), so we are offering a limited number of scholarships at US$500. To qualify members must be good standing order and be able to demonstrate merit, need, and their contribution to the region. Please apply byFriday 30th October by email to [email protected]
 
Our thanks go to volunteers from IABC NSW for assisting with local arrangements, as well as Randstad for their generous support in providing their head office facilities at Level 7, 123 Pitt Street, Sydney, for the event. There are a number of suitable hotels in the vicinity that can be found on websites such as booking.com.
 
Contact us
Email: [email protected]. Web: http://asiapacific.iabc.com/ Twitter: @iabcapac.