Executive Education Symposium

30.09.15 mh Executive Education 25

How to develop the leadership skills to be an Executive Education Director

21 June 2017, King's College London Business School, Bush House, Strand, London WC2R 2LS

Whether individuals are looking to hone their leadership skills, gain the knowledge and confidence to transition quickly and effectively, or are taking on their first role as an Executive Education leader, our workshop will focus on the strategic skills, leadership capabilities, and sector knowledge required to be an effective Executive Education Director.

Participants will hear insights from Executive Education Directors from across the sector who will share their approaches and challenges to leading and growing business school executive education programmes. Participants will also co-create a leadership competency model to inform their own development and for the benefit of the sector.

Delegates at this interactive event will:

  • Explore the strategic and personal skills required to lead the commercial success of executive education programmes in academic settings, against a challenging backdrop
  • Discuss how to manage, optimise and balance academic and commercial demands, resources, and interests
  • Understand how to lead with emotional intelligence and with interpersonal problem solving skills
  • Discuss how to create delivery capacity to deliver executive education to meet client requirements
  • Understand the commercial competencies and academic grounding that an effective Executive Education Director needs
  • Hear a head hunter’s perspective on what business schools look for in their Executive Education Directors
  • Produce a leadership competency model for the role of Director of Executive Education, and explore what support exists or could be created.

Attendees will also be some of the first to gain access to the King's College London's new Business School location at the historic Bush House.

Speakers include:

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Dr Andrew White, Associate Dean for Executive EducationSaid Business School, University of Oxford

Professor-Dave-Mackay

Professor Dave Mackay, Professor of Strategy and Innovation, Director of Executive Education, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling

Lynda-Hinxman

Lynda Hinxman, Assistant Dean, Employer Engagement, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University

Sarah-Lethbridge

Sarah Lethbridge, Director of Executive EducationCardiff Business School, Cardiff University

Stephen-Peak

Stephen Peak, Associate Dean, Enterprise & Commercial, Coventry Business School, Coventry University

Alex-Acland

Alex Acland, Head of the UK Education Practice, Odgers Berndston

9.30 Registration
10:00 Welcome and introduction
Dr Andrew White, Associate Dean for Executive Education, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Workshop facilitator (to be confirmed)
10.20 What business schools want from their Executive Education Directors - a recruiter's perspective
Alex Acland, Head of the UK Education Practice, Odgers Berndston
11:20 Walking the tightrope: a view from both sides - the academic vs the commercial
Stephen Peak, Associate Dean, Enterprise & Commercial, Coventry Business School, Coventry University
12:00 Love and leadership
Lynda Hinxman, Assistant Dean, Employer Engagement, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University
12:40 Lunch
13:40 Creating appropriate delivery capacity
Professor Dave Mackay, Professor of Strategy and Innovation, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling
14:00 Executive Education and the interconnection of University Missions: the role of Executive Education Leaders
Sarah Lethbridge, Director of Executive Education, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University
14:20 Questions & Discussion
14:40 Workshop: Delivering a Leadership Competency Model
Led by Workshop facilitator (to be confirmed)
15:50 Chair's closing remarks
16.00 Close
  • Directors and Associate Deans of Executive Education
  • Programme Directors
  • Senior Managers of Executive Education
  • Directors of Marketing and Business Development

 

Interested in attending?

If you have any queries, please contact Luis Belmonte on luis.belmonte@charteredabs.org or 020 7634 9583

The symposium will be held in central London.

Full venue details will be confirmed soon.

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Places are £175 per delegate. Group bookings save 25%.

If you have any queries regarding the event, please contact Luis Belmonte on luis.belmonte@charteredabs.org or 020 7634 9583