Emergent Leadership

Emergent Leadership

Welcome to the next chapter of your leadership journey – Emergent Leadership!

One of the important skills identified by the World Economic Forum for 2020 is the ability to work in a team. The leader plays an important role to galvanise his/her team members to work towards achieving agreed team outcomes.

The Emergent Leadership programme is designed to provide student leaders with opportunities to develop and connect key aspects of knowing, thinking, and doing across a variety of learning contexts as part of their active involvement in Co-Curricular Activities (CCA).

You will go through a series of blended learning activities to help you acquire knowledge, experience, and attributes to prepare you for future challenges and to be work/life ready.

The programme comprises three components:

Emergent Leadership Framework

    Duration: Your leadership appointment term in student organisations/student groups



    Emergent Leadership is open to NTU Student Leaders in the management committees of student organisations, and approved student groups under the purview of schools/offices in NTU.


    If you are not a Student Leader, see how you can contribute as one through these opportunities.

    Eligible student leaders will be notified via email. After which, you will be enrolled in the Emergent Leadership course site (NTULearn) for you to access the common modules and track your progress.

    Connect with SLDP Team, if you have further questions

    • Gain a deeper understanding of not just your leadership traits, but traits of those around you
    • Learn how to develop common vision and work better as a team​
    • Access to curated communication skills training such as conducting difficult conversations, influencing others, and techniques to support team effectiveness
    • Certificate of Completion upon completion of all the three Emergent Leadership components (Common Modules, Thematic Trainings, and Experiential Activities) within the duration of your leadership term