The two presenters take an informal ‘fireside chat’ approach to exploring their academic theoretical knowledge and practice of leadership as a ‘stimulus’ for wider conversations, questions and engagement from participants.
This is relevant to both academics and practitioners of leadership - effectively anyone interested in a conversation about leadership. Academics will bring their own perspectives on leadership theory into the space/conversation and practitioners will be able to contextualize the ideas in terms of their own experiences and challenges.
The two speakers provide a structural form for the event but participants can take that discussion into many different arenas. Participants are invited to join the conversation, we welcome your own experiences and insights.
Leadership and Leadership Development SIG
Who Should Attend?
The event speaks to Sections A1, A2 and C1, as detailed in the BAM Framework
Benefits of attending
Participants will benefit from:
- a foray into a wide range of topics on leadership
- a platform to contribute their experiences and ideas about leadership
- a good reminder about the rich, varied and often contested field that we love that is leadership
BAM Members: Free
BAM Student Members: Free
Non-Members, Students: £20