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    Apr 2014
    1. Essentials of Budgeting

      Essentials of Budgeting

      Friday 11 April 2014   Module info

      This is an ongoing course. You may complete the course at your own pace. 

      This is the Leadership Foundation's first ever online only course. The Essentials of Budgeting is a free and user friendly course provides participants with an intuitive method of studying budgeting that complements a hectic work schedule. This course is open to anyone who has a keen interest in budgeting.

    2. Engaging Leaders - Book Launch Event

      Engaging Leaders - Book Launch Event

      Thursday 24 April 2014 - Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, South Bank, London   Module info

      The book launch event will take place between 17.00 - 20.00 on Thursday 24 April 2014.

      The venue for the event is: Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, Southbank, London SE1 9NH

      'Engaging Leaders: the challenges of inspiring collective commitment in universities' is a brand new higher education text from Dr Paul Gentle the Leadership Foundation's Director of Programmes. The book launch is an evening event, where you will hear case studies and activities from the book and enjoy the chance to network with LF alumni.

    3. Top Management Programme (TMP 33)

      Top Management Programme (TMP 33)

      Friday 25 April 2014 - Various   Module info

      Application Deadline: Friday 10 January 2014

      Orientation Day: Friday 25 April 2014
      Week One: Tuesday 13 - Friday 16 May 2014
      Action Learning: Tuesday 3 June 2014
      Coaching: Tuesday 10 or Wednesday 11 June 2014 (either)
      Week Two: International Week: Monday 16 - Friday 20 June 2014
      Coaching: July 2014 (TBC)
      Action Learning: Tuesday 9 September 2014
      Week Three: Tuesday 23 – Friday 26 September 2014

      TMP is an intensive leadership programme for Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Chief Executive Officers, Pro Vice-Chancellors, Deans with cross institutional responsibilities, Registrars, Heads of University Administration or Directors of Academic or Professional Services

    4. Leading Departments 3

      Leading Departments 3

      Tuesday 29 April 2014 - York Marriott Hotel   Module info

      Application Deadline: Friday 11 April 2014
      Module One: Tuesday 29 - Wednesday 30 April 2014
      Location: York Marriott Hotel, Tadcaster Road, York YO24 1QQ
      Module Two: Tuesday 24 - Wednesday 25 June 2014
      Location: York Marriott Hotel, Tadcaster Road, York YO24 1QQ

      If the above dates are not suitable, please contact Tori Senior to register your interest in receiving dates in 2014 - 2015 or see dates for Leading Departments 2.

       

      Leading Departments (formally Head of Department Programme) is designed to engaged and assist those facing the day to day challenges associated with the leadership of front line academic and professional departments.

    May 2014
    1. Leading Across Professional Boundaries

      Leading Across Professional Boundaries

      Tuesday 06 May 2014 - York, TBC   Module info

      Module One: Tuesday 6 - Wednesday 7 May 2014
      Module Two: Tuesday 10 June 2014
      Location: York, TBC

      This programme is about how to navigate this constantly shifting higher education environment when there are no certain answers. Libraries, finance and procurement, information and digital, and student services are critical to the success of universities in the emerging marketplace and their managers must be able to respond to changing demands whilst keeping staff engaged and systems going. Participants on this programme are given the structure, inspiration and insight to do this in their own organisations by looking at their own personal leadership development. During the programme, participants will explore and question their leadership style by using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and also their management and leadership role with experienced professionals. They will also tackle a problem-solving challenge in a dynamic interactive exercise based on real-life scenarios and receive one-to-one feedback on their approach.

    2. Leading HE in FE 2

      Leading HE in FE 2

      Wednesday 07 May 2014 - Birmingham   Module info

      Leading HE in FE is available as three one-day events, that can be taken all together or as stand-alone events. Each event covers a particular focus area with specific learning outcomes, and has been carefully designed to offer maximum flexibility. This allows one person to attend all three events, any individual event or a mixture of two different events that they are interested in, meeting individual needs. Alternatively a mix of people from your college can attend across the three events.

      Event 1:
      Understanding context, strategic positioning and developing distinctiveness 
      Wednesday 7 May 2014

      Event 2:
      Navigating partnership working
      Monday 9 June 2014

      Event 3:
      Leading for engagement and innovation
      Monday 30 June 2014

      The Leadership Foundation for Higher Education have designed a lively development programme entitled Leading HE in FE. This programme will encourage a deeper understanding of the background of this new environment, and underpin day-to-day planning and strategy development. The programme has been created specifically for senior leaders and managers responsible for overseeing their HE in FE strategies.

    3. Essentials of Advanced Presentation and Public Speaking, Scotland

      Essentials of Advanced Presentation and Public Speaking, Scotland

      Thursday 08 May 2014 - Edinburgh, TBC   Module info

       This is a half-day event

      This half day workshop is for academics or professional services staff at institutions who are either moving into or looking to move into senior management positions, who would like to increase their confidence and knowledge in public speaking.

    4. Senior Strategic Leadership (SSL 19)

      Senior Strategic Leadership (SSL 19)

      Tuesday 13 May 2014   Module info

      Programme Dates: Tuesday 13 - Friday 16 May 2014
      Location: Southampton, New Place (DeVere Venues)

      If the above dates are not suitable, please contact Frankie Martin to register your interest in future dates

      SSL is designed to engage and assist those who are charged with ensuring that the strategy and change agenda at the corporate level are delivered through others. It consits of two modules each taking place over two full days.

    5. Shaping our agenda: Wales

      Shaping our agenda: Wales

      Thursday 15 May 2014 - South Wales   Module info

      This is a one-day free event for Welsh governors.

       

      An opportunity to listen to and debate emerging policy themes and their practical implications for universities in Wales.

    6. Tracking the careers of TMP Alumni - dissemination event

      Tracking the careers of TMP Alumni - dissemination event

      Wednesday 21 May 2014 - Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street, London   Module info

      'Tracking the careers of TMP Alumni' comprises of a morning research launch event (10.15-12.15) and a afternoon discussion event (13.15-16.00). Please select on the booking form which part(s) of the day you would like to attend.   

      Location: Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell Street,  London WC1B 3LS

      'Tracking the careers of TMP Alumni' is the Leadership Foundation and ECU Commissioned research, which explores the career trajectory of senior HE leaders. At this one-day event you will have opportunity to hear the findings of this important research and take part in round table discussions on its outcomes.

    7. Leading Your Technical Team

      Leading Your Technical Team

      Thursday 22 May 2014 - TBC, Bristol   Module info

      More than 1,100 technicians have been through the Leading Your Technical Team (LYTT) programme in the 28 years it’s been running. The remit of Ian Moulson, the programme director, includes the continuing development of this thriving programme so that the leadership development needs of technical specialists in the UK’s universities and higher education colleges continue to be relevant and top quality.

      The registrations desk will be open from 09.30 am on Thursday 22 May 2014 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00 am; the programme is due to finish Friday 23 May 2014 at 4.00 pm
       

      In this current climate of wide institutional change for HEIs Leading Your Technical Team provides an opportunity for updating on issues of importance to supervisory/managerial technical staff from both academic and service areas, as well as examining a range of fundamental management/leadership skills and techniques with a particular emphasis on technical teams.

    8. Leading the Learning Landscape Network Event

      Leading the Learning Landscape Network Event

      Thursday 22 May 2014 - Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool   Module info

      This is a one-day event.

      Registration and refreshments will be available from 09.30 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00. The day will close at 15.45.

      Please note the cost for a single delegate coming from an institution is £200 for the day. For institutions sending up to 3 delegates, the total cost will be £250.

       

       

      This network will build on the commitment to continue to support the tremendous sense of innovation and experimentation involved in Year One of Changing the Learning Landscape (CLL), by creating a new community of practice. The focus will be to support those involved in or new to large-scale strategic engagement in CLL. This network event takes place three times a year

    9. East and South East Regional Event: Experiences of Change

      East and South East Regional Event: Experiences of Change

      Thursday 22 May 2014 - TBC,   Module info

      This is a free one-day event for member only

      Registration will take place from 10.00 and the event will run from 10.30 until 16.00

       

      Supporting Change: looking at change issues, engaging with the types of changes other HEIs are going through, hear and discuss successful change, experiment with some new change resources.

    10. Does my Board need a makeover?

      Does my Board need a makeover?

      Thursday 22 May 2014 - West One (De Vere venues), 9-10 Portland Place, London, W1B 1PR   Module info

      This is a one-day event for all governors and their chairs.

       

      This is an opportunity for chairs and their governors to share aspirations and achievements around new-style boards linked to innovative ways of working more effectively. It also presents opportunities for secretaries and clerks to help shape this dialogue.

    Jun 2014
    1. Demystifying OD and HR Strategies

      Demystifying OD and HR Strategies

      Thursday 05 June 2014 - University of Edinburgh   Module info

      The event will take place between 09.15 - 16.30 on Thursday 5 June 2014 and will be hosted by the University of Edinburgh

      'Demystifying OD and HR Strategies' will help to provide clarity of good practice, aligning the skills and talent of HR teams and their HR and OD Strategy.

    2. East and West Midlands Regional Event: Experiences of Change

      East and West Midlands Regional Event: Experiences of Change

      Friday 06 June 2014 - Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham   Module info

      This is a free one-day event for members only

      Registration will take place from 10.00 and the event will run from 10.30 until 16.00

       

      Supporting Change: looking at change issues, engaging with the types of changes other HEIs are going through, hear and discuss successful change, experiment with some new change resources.

    3. DVC/PVC Leadership Network Event: Leading academic talent to a successful future: interviews with leaders, managers and academics

      DVC/PVC Leadership Network Event: Leading academic talent to a successful future: interviews with leaders, managers and academics

      Tuesday 10 June 2014 - TBC, London   Module info

      This is a one-day event.

      Registration and refreshments will be available from 09.30 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00. The day will close at 15.30.

      A learning network for Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Pro Vice-Chancellors and Deputy Principals.

    4. Student as Governor: Preparing for life beyond the boardroom

      Student as Governor: Preparing for life beyond the boardroom

      Thursday 19 June 2014 - Central London   Module info

      Registration and refreshments will be available from 09.30 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00. The day will close at 14.00.

      Student leaders exiting their union and their boardroom roles take with them into the wider community a powerful legacy of skills and experiences. This session captures and recreates that learning in ways that will benefit them as alumni and futrue leaders 'out there'

    5. Leading the Student Experience Network event

      Leading the Student Experience Network event

      Thursday 26 June 2014   Module info

      This is a one-day event.

      Registration and refreshments will be available from 09.30 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00. The day will close at 15.45.

      Fee:     Members price: £200.00

                 Non-members price: £250.00

       

      Leading the student experience is now in its third year. The hot topic of conversation is the partnership between HEIs and student unions. This event is for anyone involved in the delivery aspects of student experience.

    6. Leading the Student Experience Network event  (cloned)

      Leading the Student Experience Network event (cloned)

      Thursday 26 June 2014   Module info

      This is a one-day event.

      Registration and refreshments will be available from 09.30 with the programme starting promptly at 10.00. The day will close at 15.45.

      Fee:     Members price: £200.00

                 Non-members price: £250.00

       

      Leading the student experience is now in its third year. The hot topic of conversation is the partnership between HEIs and student unions. This event is for anyone involved in the delivery aspects of student experience.

    Oct 2014
    1. Top Management Programme (TMP 34)

      Top Management Programme (TMP 34)

      Friday 03 October 2014 - Various   Module info

      Application Deadline: Friday 27 June 2014

      Orientation Day: Friday 3 October 2014
      Week One: Tuesday 21 - Friday 24 October 2014
      Action Learning: Tuesday 4 November 2014
      Coaching: Tuesday 9 or Wednesday 10 December 2014 (either)
      Week Two: International WeekMonday 2 - Friday 6 Feburary 2015
      Coaching: February 2015 (TBC)
      Action Learning: Tuesday 3 March 2015
      Week Three: Tuesday 14 – Friday 17 April 2015

      TMP is an intensive leadership programme for Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Chief Executive Officers, Pro Vice-Chancellors, Deans with cross institutional responsibilities, Registrars, Heads of University Administration or Directors of Academic or Professional Services

    2. Joint Workshop for Chairs of Governing Bodies and Vice-Chancellors/Principals 2014

      Joint Workshop for Chairs of Governing Bodies and Vice-Chancellors/Principals 2014

      Thursday 30 October 2014 - Warren House, Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey   Module info

      This is a two day event

      If you are not available for these dates, please email Kyra Ingrao to log your interest in the programme

      Conceived by the CUC and the Leadership Foundation a few years ago, this event creates a unique space for participants to reflect on current higher education issues, and on the executive/governance relationships in their institutions. From our work there is a clear message that has come across that the quality of the governance relationship is a key factor in higher education institutions capacity to handle current challenges and transitions.

    Nov 2014
    1. Introduction to Head of Department (IHoD 4)

      Introduction to Head of Department (IHoD 4)

      Wednesday 12 November 2014 - TBC, London   Module info

      Application Deadline: Friday 31 October 2014
      Module One: Wednesday 12 - Thursday 13 November 2014
      Location: TBC, London  
      Action learning Set: Tuesday 14 or Monday 19 January 2015

      If the above dates are not suitable, please contact Baljit Sandhu to register your interest in recieving dates in 2015

      Introduction to Head of Department will take you through the contemporary contexts and challenges of being a head of department. It is a short but intensive programme that will give you the survival skills for the first few months in post so you can hit the ground running.

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          1. Leading interdisciplinarity: creating environments for success
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      2. Governance Development Programme Resources
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          2. Student as Governor - Gallary
          3. Being an effective governor - Scotland
          4. Governor Toolkit Part 1
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          6. Understanding Institutional Sustainability Assessment
          7. Being an effective governor - Wales
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          5. Governor Toolkit Part 1
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          8. Making Governance Work
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