Leaders in Scotland
Leaders in Scotland is a networking and peer support community founded in October 2009.
Our purpose is to facilitate contact and meetings between aspiring and successful leaders in Scotland, to promote aspiration and development of leadership capability and to facilitate information sharing and peer support. As part of this, we would like to encourage more women to take up leadership positions, as an equal opportunities report indicates that women are missing from top positions of power in Scotland. That said, we would like to recognise, celebrate and encourage leadership for both men and women in all walks of life and the contribution this makes to successful communities throughout Scotland.
The primary contact and information sharing is through a Linked-In group and we encourage people from all walks of life to join and share their thoughts and experiences and ask questions around leadership issues. The Linked-In group will also be a place to post resources and information about events. While this network is just being created, the resources link from this page points to the Aeona Leadership resources page.
Please do join the Linked-In Group "Leaders in Scotland" and the subgroup "Women Leaders in Scotland" - have your say, let others know about relevant events and information, find out more yourself.
The group founder, Dr Sue Mitchell, can be contacted at Aeona - click on the contact us tabs or here.
Why create a new networking and peer-support group?
I was looking for a forum to connect with leaders and people interested in developing leadership here in Scotland. There are many global networks and some Scottish networks focused on specific sectors, but none focusing on leadership in general in Scotland. I look forward to connecting with you all!
"Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right." Henry Ford
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