January 22, 2013 · 6:30 PM
This is a Webinar that we will be doing with University of Reading Leadership and Management Team and and Northeastern University in the United States. Their students will be joining us in a discussion around changing global cultures and its implication for leadership especially in education.
This international webinar, focusing on the challenges and opportunities required of the new leaders of the 21st century, brings together faculty and students from the University of Reading (UK) and Northeastern University (US) students as well as participants from the GlobalNet 21 network. Building Sustainable Leadership in Education and Cultural Identity is the topic for discussion and debate. Key questions and issues to be raised in this online session include:
- How is teaching and learning changing and how has globalization influenced new trends in education?
- How are leadership models in education affected by globalization and international competition?
- What is sustainable leadership in education and what does this mean in practice in differing cultural contexts?
- How do the above factors affect leadership development programmes globally? For example, are we educating and training future leaders who are open to new styles of leadership?
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