How to apply

The Leading for Tomorrow programme is designed for mid to senior level managers and new heads of service who want to build on their leadership skills, develop a regional network, work collaboratively and truly make a difference in the housing sector.

It offers individuals the opportunity to build their self-awareness, work on the must-have leadership skills and stretch their thinking in a safe and supportive environment.

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How are applicants selected?

Each organisation can identify up to 3 people to take part in the programme, subject to available places. If you are an individual wanting to apply, each organisation will run their own internal process. Please speak with your line manager or learning & development department to request sign off.

Applicants will need to complete the editable form (available at request) and return to:

The fee for the programme is £2,250 + VAT per participant

Diversity & Inclusion

At Greenacre Consult, we strive to support the participants of our programmes to leverage the diversity of experience, perspectives, and knowledge available both externally and within their organisations. We believe inclusive learning, inclusive idea generation and inclusive decision making brings many benefits to participants and the client organisations we work with.

We are committed to ensuring that our policies and leadership programmes reflect the principles laid down under the Equality Act 2010, and we have a zero-tolerance approach to any form of discrimination. To view our Diversity and Inclusion policy, please click here.

Timeline / Key Dates

Applications open: We are now open for applications to our 2023 programme

Closing date: Monday 27th Feb 2023

Programme Launch: March 2023

Programme Delivery

The programme will be run virtually, with workshops and masterclasses delivered via MS Teams. We have developed a platform to house all resources for the programme which can be viewed in a simple and easy to use interface, providing participants with a streamlined experience.

How to Apply

To be considered for the Leading for tomorrow programme and request an application form, please follow this simple three-step process, or contact Daniel Short at

  1. Complete the below personal details form
  2. Complete the 4 application form questions
  3. Complete our Equal Opportunities form

    1. Personal details form

    2. Application form questions

    Please choose to submit your answers either in written format or in a short video by selecting the
    appropriate button below:

    Please record a video of your answers to the questions below:

    • 2.1 What are the biggest challenges you are currently facing as a leader in your

    • 2.2 How has the pandemic changed what is expected of you as a leader?

    • 2.3 What do you think are the key skills and behaviours leaders need to be successful in the

    • 2.4 What tools and resources will help you to be more successful as a leader?

    Please upload the video below. The maximum allowed size is 25mb and the file should be in mp4 format (if you are unable to keep the file to 25mb and still wish to apply via video format, please email the video via Dropbox or WeTransfer to

    3. Equal Opportunities

    To help us continually improve the way we monitor our diversity and inclusion practices, please complete our short equal opportunities survey via the link below. The survey is completely anonymous and cannot be traced or linked to your application