SILA is a ground-breaking national capacity building and leadership program designed specifically for CEOs of Australian for-purpose organisations.

Now in its fourth year, SILA will be offered to for-purpose leaders from all states and territories across Australia. Applications are now open for Cohort Four, for CEOs based in Queensland and Northern Territory, until 15 April.

SILA is an initiative of the Sidney Myer Fund and The Myer Foundation, The Paul Ramsay Foundation and the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation, who together have made a commitment of $9 million over five years to the program. SILA is designed to meet the needs of Australian for-purpose CEOs to help build the capacity of their organisations through leadership development, organisational capacity building,  tailored executive coaching and a tailored sabbatical.

Delivered by the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW, SILA provides a transformative journey that will advance the capability of leaders, organisations and ecosystems for a better civil society.

Applications for Cohort Four are encouraged from across Queensland and Northern Territory, including from rural and regional applicants.

For all of the details and to apply please visit the SILA website.