Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 19 - 24 November 2018
Indonesia | 25 - 30 November 2018
Public forum: 30 November 2018
US$10,000 per participant
Includes course materials, personalised evaluations, flights (KL to/from Indonesia), hotels and most meals
For any questions regarding enrolment please contact Pial Khadilla at firstname.lastname@example.org or +60 (3)-2715 8160
To seize opportunities linked to ASEAN’s historic integration, young professionals from the public, private and civil sector must develop the skills, knowledge and awareness required to navigate the region’s diverse and dynamic landscape.
The ASEAN Young Leaders Programme (YLP) builds on an internationally recognized learning methodology refined over 60 experiential leadership programmes across Asia.
The YLP offers young professionals from the public, private and civil sector a groundbreaking platform to engage in leadership development, cross-sectoral collaboration and constructive dialogue.
The programme combines intellectual rigour with a beyond classroom approach that challenges, nurtures and enriches the next generation of leaders.
Action based and participant led, a real world project is used to heighten participants’ self-awareness and hone the practical skills required to lead high performing teams in unfamiliar situations.
MODULE ONE: CHALLENGING BUSINESS ORTHODOXY
During Module One, participants engage in candid discussion, debate and role play around the trends and changes shaping ASEAN’s future.
Facilitators and guest speakers convey a new narrative on ASEAN, the world, and on key sectors in our societies.
Core topics from GIFT and contributions from a diverse cohort of peers provoke new thinking and ideas for action.
Module One sessions include, among others:
MODULE TWO: FIELD PROJECT IN INDONESIA
Field based learning and business planning sessions stretch participants and give meaning to “thinking outside the box”.
A highly relevant field project in Jakarta Indonesia, will offer rare insights into ASEAN’s rapidly transforming markets.
Participants will work closely with OK OCE, an initiative to foster entrepreneurship and create 200,000 MSME jobs in the next five years. The cohort will be challenged to develop new business models and suggest public private partnerships to support OK OCE in the years ahead.
Site visits and meetings with government, business and community paint a vivid picture of the economy and society.
Outcomes matter as participants present recommendations to key stakeholders at a forum on the final day.
PUBLIC FORUM: FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2018
More details to be provided soon.