THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
Building on the success of our first event in this series in January 2018, we are delighted to present our second event in collaboration with CMI, CIPD and The Work Foundation. As before, our aim is to bring together leadership researchers and practitioners from academic and management contexts. This time we will be focusing on examples of successful collaborations between academia and the public sector for researching and/or developing leadership.
As before, we are striving to increase awareness of the research undertaken in both communities, to look for synergies in research streams and hence find ways of collaborating, potentially pooling resources and building bridges between academia and management practitioners. Event participants will influence the discussion and hence the directions for research in the field of leadership and leadership development.
We hope that participants will contribute to building these bridges and, through their participation, help influence the impact agenda and its direction adding value to the field of leadership and leadership development.
This event will take place on July 5th 2018, 12:00-17:00
Who Should Attend
This event is aimed at both academic researchers and managers who are interested in how research interests can be aligned and who may be looking for opportunities to find research partners across the two communities.
- Members of BAM (including doctoral students) interested in the application of leadership and leadership development research
- Managers looking for research sources/partners and ways to benefit from both streams of investigation
Other members of CMI, CIPD or The Work Foundation who share our aims and interests!
Benefits of Attendance
- Increased awareness of the types of leadership research taking place in the management and academic environments
- A chance to meet and network with colleagues from management/practitioner and academic contexts
- Understanding of where synergies between the two might lie and how these could be developed
A chance to influence the directions that the debates on impact could take in future by contributing to the panel discussion and workshop conversations on this subject
Newcastle University Business School,
5 Barrack Lane,
Newcastle upon Tyne
Telephone: (0191) 208 6000 From outside the UK dial +44 191 208 6000
To inform and stimulate our conversations on the day, we will be welcoming the following contributors:
• Jonny Gifford (CIPD Research Adviser for Organisational Behaviour): linking leadership research and practice among senior civil servants.
• Patrick Woodman (CMI Head of Research and Advocacy) and Elizabeth Spratt (CMI Head of Insight)
• Joe Simpson (Director, Leadership Centre): how partnerships are successfully developing leadership in the public sector
• Leslie Giles (Director, The Work Foundation): partnerships and work across the public sector
• Professor Nic Beech (University of Dundee, Chair of BAM)
LLD SIG in partnership with the BAM Building Capacity sub-Committee
Details of nearby hotels can be found at:
Newcastle University is accessible by Rail, Car and the Airport is a 15-20 minute taxi ride away.
For specific information about this event please contact the workshop facilitator(s):
For general enquiries please contact the BAM Office on +44(0)2073837770, or at email@example.com
- The fee for this event is £40
- BAM Student members: £20
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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
|BAM Student members||£ 20.00|
|BAM members||£ 30.00|
|Non-BAM members||£ 40.00|