Leopold Leadership Fellows lead change in many dimensions; the Leopold Leadership Program seeks to provide leadership training that is useful and relevant wherever Fellows choose to work.
In its core training, the program offers two intensive training sessions a year apart to help Fellows gain the skills, approaches, and theoretical frameworks for translating their knowledge to action and for catalyzing change to address the world’s most pressing environmental and sustainability challenges.
At reunions and through advanced trainings (currently under development), Fellows have the opportunity to reconnect, recharge, learn new approaches, and exchange ideas about integrating science into practice.
- The next round of fellowships will be for 2015. Please check back here in January 2014 for information about applying.
(Download the complete application packet and Fellowship description -- for reference only.)
- Read the Leopold Leadership 3.0 blog for insights about: Hitting your Policy Mark: Leveraging networks and collective impact
- Register now for Engaging with the private sector for long-term impact at Stanford on March 16-19, 2014. Deadline is November 15.
Photos (clockwise) courtesy of: Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University; Rashid Sumaila; The Colbert Report; Betty Jones, Mind and Life Institute