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From CSCLeaders.org

The HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences (UK Fund) has joined forces with Common Purpose, the international leadership development organisation, to create CSCLeaders – a renewal of the Commonwealth-wide Study Conferences for the 21st century.

From March 2013 onwards, CSCLeaders will assemble 100 exceptional leaders – operating at a senior and strategic level – from across the Commonwealth for a conference starting in London and Oxford and ending in Mumbai and Johannesburg.

They will learn and work together intensively; developing networks which will help connect the Commonwealth today and in the future.

Their journey will focus on an annual challenge, which will help to frame or reframe a major issue in the world. The challenge for 2013 is: “How do people from communities which have spread across the world become the bridge-makers in the global networks of the future?”

CSCLeaders invites applications from established and talented leaders who are close to the pinnacle of their careers and excited by the opportunity to broaden their horizons and build long-lasting relationships across the globe.

In 2013, part one will run 16-24 March in the UK, followed by part two 5-8 June in Mumbai and Johannesburg. For more information please visit: www.cscleaders.org

If you would like to get involved, either by promoting, supporting or nominating participants for CSCLeaders, contact info@cscleaders.org.

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