On this four day intensive class, you will be challenged and supported in a highly inter-disciplinary exploration of both sustainability and leadership where orthodoxies will be deconstructed so you can more clearly identify a pathway for your future as a leader of social and organisational change.
Discussions with peers striving to be sustainable leaders, triggered by remarkable guest lecturers and facilitated by world-class tutors will help you explore the future of your vocation as a sustainable leader as climate disruption increases.
The course involves experts with international reputation in the fields of sustainability and leadership, including:
- Professor Jem Bendell
- Visiting Professor Richard Little, Impact International
- Katie Carr, independent facilitator
Led by Professor Jem Bendell, this course will be offered in person on our Ambleside campus over 4 days in the heart of the English Lake District on 12-13 and 15-16 July from 9am to 5pm BST. Wednesday July 14 will be a free day for personal study, reflection and walks.
Key course details
Part-time, Single Module
Ambleside campus: 12-16 July 2021
The first cohort included executive students from Forum for the Future, Earthwatch, Impact International and the Centre for Leadership Performance. Feedback includes:
"This first module has been the most powerful formal education experience of my life. The range of experts, both internal and external, brought a truly inter-disciplinary approach to exploring the challenges of leadership and sustainability. We have been challenged to take action, through imaginative practical assignments that go beyond the usual reading, analysis and regurgitation of academic texts."
"This course has facilitated a great personal transformation in me. Thank you!"
"Exceptional opportunity to engage with and question the debate around leadership and sustainability as instruments for and concepts affecting social change. Prepare to question and be questioned using a wide range of learning methods and environments. Excellent balance of attention to content with process."
"Challenging, fascinating course that will shake your perspective of sustainability and your role as a leader."
This course is available as an accredited level 7 module, which means you'll earn academic credits at masters level. If you choose this option, you will have to complete mandatory self-led study and an assignment. Apply now
Stand alone short course
The short course option is non-credit bearing. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Apply now
This module is credit bearing, and may be used as a basis for further study at level 7 towards potential completion of a PgC, PgDip, or Masters degree qualification.
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