Aligning and sharing leadership research between academic and managerial communities
Start Date: 09 Jan 2018
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
Duration: 5 hours
Venue: The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer Street, London, SW1H 0AD › View map
CMI are delighted to invite you to attend this event held in collaboration with the British Academy of Management and CIPD.
Leadership academics are often told that they should improve the impact of their work, without necessarily receiving much guidance on how to achieve this aim. Professional bodies carry out their own leadership research, to meet the needs of their members often without linking to the work being done in an academic environment. In both contexts, research aims to understand leadership, followership and the impact of a range of strategies for improving workplace outcomes.
Our aim is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academic and management contexts. We will outline the latest research being conducted in both environments and discuss how closer ties between the two worlds has been achieved and could be further developed.
Benefits of Attendance
- Increased awareness of the types of research taking place in the management and academic environments
- A chance to meet and network with colleagues from management/practitioner and academic contexts
- Understanding of where synergies between the two might lie and how these could be developed
- A chance to influence the directions that could be taken in future by contributing to the panel discussion and workshop conversations on this subject
- Ann Francke (CMI)
- Peter Cheese (CIPD)
- Professor Richard Bolden (University of the West of England),
- Professor Jean Hartley (Open University)
- Professor Nic Beech (University of Dundee)
Early booking is recommended as spaces are limited.
Click here to register, you will then need to :
- Create a Non-BAM Member Account
- Pay the registration fees using debit/credit card by calling BAM office on 020 7383 7770
There is a charge to attend of £40.00.