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Inclusive Leadership 2

Venue
Virtual
County / Region
United Kingdom
Position on the Pathway
Excellence in practice
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Virtual Workshop
Focus
Equality
Start Date
End Date
Duration
Two Half Day Modules - 4 & 25 June 2024
Institution Type
Higher Education and Further Education
Price From
£325

Overview

As institutions struggle to demonstrate their commitment to realising their moral, legal, strategic and equality objectives, the importance of effective leadership, particularly to increase diversity and promote greater inclusion for all has gained greater significance.

Embedding inclusive practices as the golden thread that runs throughout organisations is a minimum requirement, but remains a priority issue. Effective leadership is critical to the success of any organisation, however, there is no consensus about how inclusive leadership is conceptualised and operationalized.

This interactive, path breaking course aims employs the lens of social justice in order to equip current and prospective leaders with the knowledge and skills to transform their leadership practices by introducing them to contemporary scholarship and discourses relating to inclusive leadership.

Participants will engage with key questions and contestations in exploring the meaning of inclusive leadership and how it is understood personally as within their organisation. The course will also enable participants to transform their own practice by understanding:

  • their individual role as a change agent in relation to their team and/or service, their organisation, and the broader society;
  • the need to adopt a systemic approach to creating equality and inclusion for all
  • the changing nature of the drivers for inclusion and therefore of inclusive leadership.

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at HEI leaders, senior leaders and policy-makers who can engender departmental and institutional change. It will also be of interest to leaders with an EDI remit and those wishing to learn how to embed inclusive practices within their institutions.

Who is delivering the course?

Baljit Birring

Senior Consultant, EDI
,
Advance HE
Baljit
Baljit Birring is a Senior Consultant for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion at Advance HE. She is creative and focused on her commitment to and passion for challenging established practices which sustain inequity, championing equality, diversity and inclusion to improve outcomes.

Hannah Fromageau

Senior Consultant in Leadership and Organisational Development
,
Advance HE
Hannah Fromageau
Hannah Fromageau SFHEA started with Advance HE in February 2022 as Senior Adviser in Leadership and Organisational Development. She is an experienced trainer, facilitator and coach with a demonstrated history of leading and managing careers and professional development programmes for staff within higher education and research environments.

Dr Elliott Spaeth

Senior Consultant in Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)
,
Advance HE
Elliott Spaeth
Dr Elliott Spaeth is a visionary leader in the field of Inclusive Practice in Higher Education, with a particular focus on empowering staff to create psychologically safe environments for disabled and/or neurodivergent students.