|Date||11 - 12 July 2023|
|Time||9:00-17:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||Early Bird Rate (up to 31st March 2023) £250|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus|
Through the rise of digital communication technology and global political and economic threats the world is changing and organizations are changing with it.
This year's conference theme Creating leadership capacity to build healthy Organisations aims to provide perspective on our rapidly changing world and how to develop leadership capacity to build and run engaging and healthy organisations and communities for a fairer world.
Creating leadership capacity for healthy organisations: Taking places of leadership into account
Major challenges of our time centre around the need for healthier ways of living and working. Health seen here in the widest sense of the well-being of people, organisations, communities and planet.
Leaders are facing the post-pandemic world with questions on how to create healthy and productive work and organisational practices related to hybrid working, engaging, energising and retaining people amidst the accelerating changes and uncertainties due to increasing technology use in all walks of life.
We would like to invite contributions that offer an interesting perspective on our theme. There are 3 streams of submissions to consider:
- Leadership Learning and Development (LLD) Research and Theory Submissions
- LLD Practical Workshops Submissions
- LLD Case Studies Submissions
For submission criteria please click here
Please refer your abstract submission to Dr Caroline Rook, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr Caroline Rook, Lecturer in Leadership, Henley Business School
- Prof Bernd Vogel, Professor in Leadership, Henley Business School
- Prof Jean-Anne Stewart, Professor of Leadership Development, Henley Business School
- Dr Stephen Simister, Associate Professor of Programme and Change Management, Henley Business School
- Paper submissions open (1st January 2023)
- Paper submission closes (1st March 2023)
- Review process starts (2nd March 2023)
- Paper acceptance notification (24th march 2023)
- Conference Registration opens (12th July 2022)
To be confirmed
Please refer all initial queries regarding the conference to Dr Caroline Rook, email@example.com
Henley Business School, Greenlands
Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 3AU
For further detailed directions, please follow our Henley - Greenlands (How to Find Us) information.
By Car: For parking, please see our Henley - Greenlands (Map); please park in Car Park 1 (the first car park you come to, on the left as you enter the campus). Once parked, please make your way to reception in the Main Entrance
By Rail: Henley is on the main route between London (Paddington) and Reading. Please check the route before you travel, as some trains stop at Twyford for passengers to change trains on the way to Henley station. The School is approximately 15 minutes by taxi from Henley station, or 30 minutes from Reading station.
By Taxi: our recommended taxi services are Chiltern Cars (01491 578899) or Loddon Cars (0118 932 1321)
Accommodation for the night before/night of is available at our on-site Greenlands hotel – open to our guests and accessible here. Rooms are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
- Early bird rate (available up to 31st March 2023) £250 per person
- Standard registration (available from 1st April 2023) £280 per person
- *Student rate (subject to availability) £140 per person
*Please contact Caroline Rook firstname.lastname@example.org for details on student rate and how to book.
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