Commonwealth100 is a new, free, public, experiential, online leadership development program that aims to equip a new generation of young Mancomunidad leaders with 21st-century relevant skills, with the Open Source Leadership model.
The open source leadership was sponsored and co-created by 1,000 young leaders across the Commonwealth in 2017 and identifies five key development areas crucial for 21st-century leadership. The open source leaders are: Awake, Interconnected, Reliable, Fast and Accessible.
The founding partners of Commonwealth100 are: the Scottish government, the Bank of Zambia, the British Council. Our extension partners are
RMIT University, Queen Mary University of London, Westpac Bicentennial Foundation.
The program runs every 2 months for seven weeks and can be completed at your own time. If you complete the course, you will receive the Open Source Leader badge, an online certification that you can display on your CV or online platforms!
Commonwealth100 aims to produce a generation of leaders with greater social awareness, create a network of young leaders in contact with each other, foster current and future global partnerships among young leaders, and frame a fresh, bold, principled community of the future and net.
Deadline is December 20, 2019