NewKnowledge Sharing Programme & Workshop for Senior University Leaders
A five day knowledge sharing programme and workshop designed to empower Senior University Leaders with the latest thinking in Higher Education leadership. You will enhance your strategic impact, and drive superior performance for your organisation. Universities need to be managed like the large, complex organisations that they are. However, they are not just another form of business: they are mainly not-for-profit, mission-driven institutions. Leaders need to be at the top of their game and learn and share from their peers not only nationally but internationally. This programme and workshop will cover effective financial management and financial operations; optimising third stream revenue opportunities and study visits to research and teaching excellence centres and regulatory agencies. Participants will hear from stakeholders about the landscape of United Kingdom Higher Education. A welcome dinner in the Houses of Parliament is planned where delegates will network with parliamentarians with the education brief.
All of our open programmes are delivered in an interactive and engaging style and will require full participation from delegates. Therefore, we advise that you have a proficient level of written and spoken English language in order to gain the full benefits of our open programmes.
ACU members get 15% discount.
Senior University Leaders and those in Higher Education leadership.
Participants will understand the landscape of United Kingdom Higher Education. They will be better equipped to develop and implement effective strategies and will learn innovative and collaborative research initiatives.
5 DAY COURSE
2 November 2020 Book
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