Leadership journal

Readings and exercises for the Strategic Skills for Emerging Leaders program. This page is for the Leadership journal session on 15 September 2020. Session outline Facilitated discussion: Presentation: Journalling and reflective practice Henna Inam (2017) To be an effective leader keep a leadership journal Bullet Journal method - a combination of task management and information …

Learning as we go

Readings and exercises for Strategic Skills for Emerging Leaders. This is the list for the Learning as we go session on 15 September 2020. Session outline Facilitated discussion: responses to the pre-reading (see list below); and reflections on building your professional network Presentation: leadership journal Pre-reading For everyone: Nina A Bowman (2016): Four ways to improve your …

Lessons from lockdown

Readings and exercises for the Strategic Skills for Emerging Leaders program. This page is for the Lessons from lockdown session on 1 September 2020. Session outline Facilitated discussion: where are we now and where do we want to be; responses to the pre-reading Presentation: building your professional network Pre-reading Venkatesh Rao (2020): Leverage curves vs …

Resources for the Strategic Skills program

Readings and exercises for the Strategic Skills for Emerging Leaders program in 2020, grouped by topic: Program launch (kick-off session) 18 August 2020 Lessons from lockdown - 1 September Learning as we go - 15 September Leadership journal - 29 September Ideas and opportunities - 13 October Complexity and decision-making - 27 October Co-designing the …

Getting to go: how to ask for support to attend a conference

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Attending a conference can seem expensive: as well as the registration fee there may be travel and accommodation expenses to pay. Your employer will want to feel confident they are getting value for their investment. If you have never asked for this kind of professional development before, it can be a bit daunting. I’m going …