Executive Education Symposium: Building an Executive Education Team
Thursday 29 November, Conference Aston, Birmingham
In a competitive executive education market, building and developing a strong and effective team is an absolute must.
Focusing on a detailed analysis of the skills and competencies that underpin the best executive education programmes, to be detailed in our upcoming report, this symposium is a unique opportunity to hear how this research can benefit executive education teams and enhance their offering.
Featuring best practice case studies from business schools, this symposium will help participants keep on top of the evolving best practice to give confidence in developing agile and effective executive education teams, supported through the university infrastructure and well-integrated into the wider institution. There will be ample opportunity to network, share ideas, and build best practice with other executive education practitioners.
The topics will include:
- Identifying key skills and competencies needed to build a team;
- Shaping career pathways for executive education staff;
- Diagnosing and resolving practical problems in team building;
- Exploring the top challenges for executive education leaders.
Speakers will include:
Andrew White, Associate Dean for Executive Education & Corporate Relations, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Lynda Hinxman, Assistant Dean, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University
Debbie Lock, Deputy Head of College & Director of Education, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln
Steve Ludlow, Head of Executive Education, Henley Business School, University of Reading
This session is recommended for anyone with an interest in executive education provision. It will be particularly valuable for:
- Directors of executive education
- Senior executive education staff
- Deans with a particular interest in the strategic direction of executive education
If you would like more information about the event, are interested in our programme of executive education symposia, or have any recommendations for how Chartered ABS can support its membership with regards to executive education, please get in touch with Gail Norcliffe at email@example.com