Clerks, Secretaries and Directors of Governance and their teams who support institutional governance play a central role in ensuring quality academic and corporate governance of institutions. Their knowledge, expertise and capabilities are key factors in enabling efficient and effective governance.
This five month digital programme provides a unique and vital opportunity for HE institutions to advance the knowledge and insights of those in roles focused on governance and to build useful and long standing professional networks of benefit at an individual and institutional level.
The programme provides a stimulating opportunity to discuss and explore contextual challenges over an academic year. Content covered includes theories of leadership, underlying dynamics of how groups work and how to apply these to their role as Clerk or Secretary, as well as practical and theoretical frameworks that develop leadership capacity and aid good governance. Attendees can also reflect on and plan for their own future career trajectory.
As a participant you will learn; theories of leadership, the underlying dynamics of how groups work, and how to apply these to your role as Clerk or Secretary. You will cover practical skills such as developing your leadership capacity to complement the other roles of the board, as well as theoretical subjects such as what contributes to good governance. Finally, the programme will allow you to consider and plan your own career trajectory.
|Module 1||2 Dec 2020|
|Action learning set 1||26 Jan 2021|
|Module 2||17 Feb 2021|
|Action learning set 2||24 Mar 2021|
|Module 3||21 Apr 2021|