Møller Centre starts the search to invest in 20 aspiring young leaders

1st May 2015 in News and Events, Student News

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As part of the ‘Churchill 2015 – 21st Century Statesmanship Global Leaders Programme’, The Møller Centre, Churchill College, is investing in 20 outstanding 19–25 year olds who will join a unique ‘Next Generation Leaders Development Programme’ that will equip them with the skills to be tomorrow’s game-changers.

The leadership programme will be delivered in three modules in partnership with Learn to Lead, the UK’s principal provider of leadership development for young people; the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and the British Council. It will address issues that were close to Churchill’s heart — future generations and leadership.

Would-be next-generation leaders will need to apply online by 22 May 2015 and, following a rigorous assessment process, the most exceptional 20 will be selected to take part in a series of three residential modules at The Møller Centre, Churchill College and Sandhurst. The programme will give the chosen high-potential individuals access to a rare network of change-makers and provide skills-building workshops aimed at improving leadership competence and personal effectiveness and impact to prepare them to become tomorrows leaders.

An influential panel of today’s generation of leaders will engage with the 20 young leaders and compile a report comprising the Panel’s recommendations on ways in which the education system can better develop the leadership and character of young people. The leadership panel includes; British campaigner and civil rights icon, Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon; Sir Clive Woodward, World Cup Winning Head Coach,Major General Stuart Skeates CBE, Commandant of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst; Professor Georgia Sorenson; Pioneer and Professor of Leadership Studies, currently at the University of Maryland; The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC, MP, Attorney General 2010–14; and Gillian Secrett, Chief Executive of the Møller Centre and Fellow of Churchill College.

Gillian Secrett said:

“ We are delighted to invest in these young people and inspire and develop them through our , 'Next Generation Leadership' programme and are keen to ensure that our application process gives broad access to young people who feel that they have demonstrated the potential to lead. We aim to prepare the 20 successful applicants to take leadership responsibility with courage, confidence and authenticity and develop their ability to engage and motivate others. The team at The Møller Centre works with leaders and aspiring leaders through a special combination of practitioner, academic and experiential learning to enable them to excel and reach their potential to the benefit of the organisations for which they work and society as a whole.”

Nigel Hall, Director Churchill 21st Century Statesmanship Programme; Gillian Secrett, CEO Møller Centre; Krish Raval, Director, Learn to Lead.
Pictured left to right: Nigel Hall, Director Churchill 21st Century Statesmanship Programme; Gillian Secrett, CEO Møller Centre; Krish Raval, Director, Learn to Lead.

Krish Raval, who founded Learn to Lead in 1995 explained:

“We are thrilled to be a major contributor to ‘Churchill 2015’ and to be working with two iconic centres of leadership learning, The Møller Centre and Sandhurst, both of which have inspiring Churchill connections. Learn to Lead exists to empower young people to improve society and this programme will be a highly practical and unique intervention for young people to share insights, learn from leaders in their fields and prepare themselves for their stewardship of the 21st Century. The legacy of our programme will be the continuation of the virtuous circle in that the selected young leaders will assist Learn to Lead in running skills-based, motivational leadership programmes for 16 to 17 year olds at home and abroad.”

Read more about Churchill College & The Møller Centre's involvement in 'Churchill 2015.'

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