STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP FORUM
What is The Strategic Leadership Forum?
The Strategic Leadership Forum (SLF) is the leading cross-functional and cross-industry professional association focusing on business strategy and leadership.
This initiative is membership driven that provides a forum or platform to network today and future leaders and their advisors to debate, discourse, dialogue and learn.
The Forum’s members seek to enable strategy, change, and execution for the sustainable success of their respective organisations.
SLF Mission: Our mission is to provide our community of members with an independent and intellectually stimulating forum that delivers practical insights and interactions on strategic leadership and management.
SLF Vision: Our vision is to be the forum of choice for compelling conversations on strategic leadership issues that matter.
As SLF, we believe that programs are central to the value that members gain from their association with Strategic Leadership Forum.
Our programming is designed to engage members in discussion and learning on topics that are diverse, and necessary for leaders to develop their strategic competencies and knowledge.
From theoretical frameworks to practical applications, SLF programs are individually specific yet, together, provide strategic leaders with a broad knowledge base and network to advance their professional and organisational objectives.
The SLF delivers programming in the following tenets:
Our speakers are often senior leaders in large, well-known companies or leading topic experts in academia. These events invite our membership and other business professionals to engage in learning, discussion, and networking. These are typically evening, after-work events with light refreshments provided.
Our strategy councils are centred on specific themes and help professional gain insights into how strategic approaches in other industries can be applied to their own organisation.
Led by experts, this is a great way to build your network and knowledge related to your role, interests, and strategic objectives.