The Bridging Leadership Fellows Program demonstrates a new kind of leadership – bridging leaders who are able to analyze the dimensions of a divide clearly and identify all the stakeholders with whom they can form linkages of understanding and action. They have a vision of transforming the lives of the marginalized by diminishing existing divides. They are the expression of AIM's mission to contribute to the development of Asian societies.
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The Program's Learning Support to the fellows has four (4) components:
COHORT TRAINING: At least, three (3) times of intensive 3 to 5 day seminars which focus on development of leadership capital, skills and competencies, personal commitment and renewal. It will also serve as a venue to share and provide peer review to the individual action plans of the Fellows.
SEMINAR WORKSHOP: At least two (2) one-day group seminars focusing on knowledge acquisition and meeting with experts in the field. Opportunities to attend other training programs to suit the specific requirements of the Fellows are also available (guidelines on this to follow).
MENTORING: Four (4) face-to-face mentoring sessions with designated professors of Asian Institute of Management (AIM) over a 20-month period. Sessions will focus on issues and challenges of implementing the action plan (see further description on this below).
NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES: Group meetings with decision-makers, influential people and resource persons as well as one-on-one meetings with relevant institutions/individuals will also be scheduled.