I think the benefits for the Fellow are in terms of
professional recognition/career development.
Leadership Foundation Fellowship enables individual leaders to commit to developing their leadership skills and profile. It is about continued development and shared best practice amongst a community of over 70 LF Fellows from across the higher education sector.
Fellowship ensures that development does not stop with the end of one of our leadership programmes; instead it provides an opportunity to further enhance the skills you have developed in a tangible and meaningful way as your career progresses.
Date: Thursday 23 March 2017
Location: Central London
This free event for LF Fellows focuses on the 'how' of fostering a coaching culture. Facilitated by coaching expert Jackie Arnold, delegates will explore current coaching models and practical steps to take away and apply back in their institution.
Click here to book: Coaching Skills for Leaders.
LF Fellowship is awarded in recognition of the work that a participant has undertaken on a programme and beyond it to develop as a leader. Achieving LF Fellowship involves a combination of your own personal development plan, supporting evidence and one to one conversations with your dedicated Fellowship coach. Successfully completing this supported process will lead to the award of the title ‘LF Fellow’ and the post-nominals (FLF).
Associate Fellowship is applicable to those that opt in to working toward LF Fellowship and have completed their 360-degree diagnostic included in their chosen leadership programme. LF Associate Fellows have 12 months to complete the initial steps to become a full LF Fellow. You will be able to use this title whilst you progress toward your LF Fellowship as an indication of your commitment to achieving this.
To become an LF Fellow you will have met the following criteria:
Find out more about Becoming an LF Fellow.
LF Fellowship will mark you out as someone keeping their leadership skills up to date and enable you to:
Regular contact with the LF Fellowship team and your dedicated coach will provide you with a consistent and expert sounding board.
Further LF Fellow benefits:
Institutions will gain leaders who have demonstrably committed to their professional development. Institutions will benefit through its leaders’ opportunities to:
Investing in leadership development also helps to raise the game for the whole sector, through shared problem-solving and dissemination of good practice and innovation.
LF Fellowship provides the opportunity to react to increasing global competitiveness. If the UK and its institutions are to maintain and enhance its international reputation and quality, effective leadership will be a key mark of difference.
* Your institution must be a member of the Leadership Foundation for the members fee to apply.
Fee for non-member institutions:
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