The Leadership Foundation operates an institutional membership scheme. The membership year begins on 1 August and is funded by a subscription fee.
How much will it cost?
We calculate subscription fees for UK HEIs by using two key factors - staff numbers (Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)) and the most recent officially declared total income (Source: HESA). Points are allocated to the institution reflecting where it was on each dimension. There are currently nine subscriber bands, A – I. The total points determine the subscription band level for that institution. This information is updated each year.
If you would like your institution to become a member of the Leadership Foundation please contact:
Director, Membership and Organisational Development
M: 07977 457 949
Dr Lesly Huxley joined the Leadership Foundation at its inception in 2004 on a part-time secondment from the University of Bristol. She was appointed full-time Director of Membership and Organisational Development in 2014. She is responsible for ensuring the delivery of high quality membership benefits and services and managing the Leadership Foundation's network of regional coordinators across England. She leads key investment activities to help deliver the next phase of the modernisation and efficiency agendas led by Professor Sir Ian Diamond, has oversight of the LF’s relationship with professional bodies and networks and, as Editor, guides direction of the LF’s magazine ENGAGE.
Lesly has nearly 30 years' experience in research, management and leadership roles in higher education in the UK and Europe with a particular focus on change and OD, and development and support of research. Her university roles have spanned staff development, HR and ICT. She taught on the innovative Masters in Education, Technology and Society at the University of Bristol where she also held roles as Research Director and then Director of the Institute for Learning and Research Technology (ILRT).
She has published and presented widely in both scholarly and professional contexts and has co-authored a number of national reports on OD and digital research. She has a first degree and post-graduate qualifications in modern languages, a doctorate in education from the University of Bristol and is a Fellow of the AUA, CIPD and RSA. She is also a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at King's College London.
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