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Search for 120 leaders

Ana Madigibuli
Tuesday, April 29, 2014

THE Emerging Pacific Leader's Dialogue is searching for 120 people with leadership potential across the Pacific to take part in the development program this year.

Emerging Pacific Leader's Dialogue selection committee chairwoman Sophie Foster said the idea was to bring together 120 people who had demonstrated leadership potential in multiple sectors and multiple Pacific countries.

Foster said national selection committees through the Pacific were looking for high calibre mid-career participants who had the potential to advance to senior leadership and who expressed a genuine desire for regional growth and development.

In October, these leaders from the 22 Pacific nations and territories will converge for dialogue and this year's event is the third of its kind to run across the Pacific.








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