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ILAG by CILN, UK 2019 : Institutional Leadership and Academic Governance

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Link: http://www.ciln.org
 
When Oct 14, 2019 - Oct 15, 2019
Where Holiday Inn, London-Kensington
Submission Deadline Sep 15, 2019
Categories    academic   professional   businnal   leadership
 

Call For Papers

Introduction

Education is, perhaps, the most important change agent in a society. And accordingly; the institutions linked to education assume great importance for the cause of the welfare of the people. Unless the institutions deliver, progress on all fronts would be crippled. Given this context, institutional leadership and governance of academic institutions assume enormous significance. Research in this area has been plentiful and it suggests institutional failure as a major cause of societies going the wrong way and eventually degenerating.

Objectives of the programme: The programme aims to help participants sharpen the decision-making skills required for effective leadership. The main objectives of this short course would be to help the participants to:

understand the nature of leadership in a dynamic environment
look into new perspectives on institutional leadership
Gain the knowledge, understanding, and skills to improve their own institutional performance.
Develop appropriate methodologies to manage “change” in both national and international context.

Programme Contents

Issues in educational leadership
Diversity management
Higher education funding and the trust strategy approach-the UK experience
Leadership management skills
Conflict resolution
Meditation and leadership.

Why Should You Attend?

There is no end to the learning process. Once a leader says – what is there new for me to learn – his/ her ability to arouse motivation in followers might be that much more limited because a very important parameter would get sidelined – the changing nature of the environment.

Accordingly, at regular intervals, leaders/managers must engage themselves in “contemplation” – through programmes like these.

For further information please visit our website on https://ciln.org/training/leadership-navigating-for-effective-performance, email us training@ciln.org

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