3 June 2013
On 18 July 2013 the Leadership Foundation and International Unit will be holding the third International Leadership Network meeting on Developing Capacity for Leading International Projects.
Lynne Howlett, Leadership and Development Manager at Newcastle University and Martin Cussons, Deputy Director of Professional Development at University of Nottingham led on a small development grant project, funded by Leadership Foundation to look into this current topic. Lynne and Martin will present their findings and thoughts from their in depth and much needed research. There will be the opportunity for everyone to discuss the subject and share their views and experiences.
There will also be updates from the Leadership Foundation, the International Unit and the Quality Assurance Agency on our recent international work.
This International Network event will be chaired by Colin Grant, PVC (International) at University of Bath and author of the Leadership Foundation’s recently launched Stimulus paper Losing Our Chains: Context and Ethics of University Internationalisation
The venue for this Network meeting will be the Museum of London, an inspiring oasis in the City of London.
The International Leadership Network meetings offer staff leading international departments and leading on international projects the opportunity to network, discuss common issues and share knowledge.
For details of this event and to book, please follow this link.
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