Charlotte von Bülow and Dr Peter Simpson from UWE have today been speaking about Ambiguity in Collaboration at the National Trust Curators Conference in Nostell Priory, Yorkshire.
A huge congratulations to our students who are all now graduates of the MSc in Practical Skills Therapeutic Education (Integrated Professional Development), accredited by the University of the West of England, delivered by the Crossfields Institute faculty at the Ruskin Mill Trust Field Centre.
Despite the terrible weather provided by Storm Angus, a wonderful graduation ceremony was enjoyed last night at the Bristol Cathedral, for those who were able to attend.
In preparation for our research conference 10-11 March, you may be inspired by attending this conference at UWE in November https://www.festivalofleadership.org
This is a ‘save the date’ alert regarding our next international conference. The conference will take place on the 10th and 11th March 2017 at the UWE campus in Bristol. Provisional start and end times are 4pm on Friday 10th, and 5pm on Saturday 11th. (Exact times will be confirmed)
This is our seventh international conference held in collaboration with Alanus University. For this conference we will also be partnering with University of the West of England (UWE) and the conference will be held at the UWE campus. The tile of the conference is Leadership, Ethics and Working with Unknowing, and it will include contributions from a range of speakers and workshop leaders on the subject of ethical leadership, focussing particularly on ‘unknowing’ or ‘negative capability’, as it is sometimes called. This will be unmissable event for anyone interested in ethical leadership and its role in these challenging times.
Further information about the event will follow shortly, including theme, programme and registration details.