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Leading Change in Higher Education East/Southeast Region Network meeting

University of Cambridge
County / Region
Position on the Pathway
Executive and strategic leadership
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Start Date
End Date
5.5 hours
Institution Type
Further Education
Price From
Not available to non Leadership Governance Management Members

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If you are unsure if you are eligible for this Leadership Governance Management event please contact us at confirming your registered MyAcademy institution.


This free East/SE regional event, part of Advance HE’s benefits for LGM member institutions, brings together a network of those leading change in higher education primarily from the south-east and eastern regions of England. It will offer an opportunity to hear from senior leaders who have led change and will explore thought leadership on organisational change.

The focus of this free LGM members’ event is to provide a confidential, stimulating network for those leading change in higher education from the East / SE and to hear from senior leaders who have led successful change.

Learning Outcomes

Individuals will have had the opportunity to: hear senior leaders' experiences of change and their learning points from these; they will have engaged with and discussed change issues faced by their own and other institutions; the will have explored thought leadership on leading change; they will have had an opportunity for discussion, networking and meeting like minded colleagues. 

Who should attend?

Presenters and attendees alike include a wide range of academic and professional services staff from HE institutions from a cross section of disciplines and functions from across the East and South East of England and are generally at Head, Dean or Director level.

Who is delivering the workshop?

This event is created by and for Advance HE Leadership, Governance and Management members. Presenters include senior staff, primarily from East / Southeast higher education institutions who have successfully led change as well as Advance HE and HE staff who have provided thought leadership on the topic of change.