Anacacia Capital is delighted to announce it is now accepting applications from Australian business owners and CEOs for the inaugural Anacacia Yale Scholar for 2015.
Anacacia will nominate and sponsor the winning Scholar to attend the 2015 Yale School of Management CEO Summit in New York in either June or December 2015.
Yale and Anacacia will fund fees, travel and accommodation costs.
These lively, candid short ~2 day seminars are exclusive. Participants gain a perspective on their own current leadership challenges, looking both at their styles and the global strategic context of their industries. They will also have the opportunity to network and form relationships with other leaders in different geographies who often face very similar strategic issues.
Past invitees include: Alibaba’s Chairman Jack Ma; Disney Chairman Bob Iger; Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes; DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman; former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd; Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiewei; Bank of Thailand Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul; Dow CEO Andrew Liveris; General Electric’s CEO Jeff Immelt; Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam; Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi; Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld; IBM CEO Virginia Rometty; and NY Times CEO Arthur Suzberger.
Applications are due by 9am on 2 February 2015 from business owners and CEOs who meet all of the following criteria:
Please contact any of the Anacacia team with any queries and address your application to Jeremy Samuel, Anacacia’s Managing Director via HR@anacacia.com.au.
Please ensure your application contains each of the following:
We will interview shortlisted applicants in February and announce the winner shortly afterwards, and then arrange logistics for them to attend the CEO Summit including flights and accommodation. We will work with the successful applicant to ensure they can attend the most appropriate CEO Summit for their busy schedule and professional development.