Atypical Leaders: CHEAD Leadership Programme
Dr Rhiannon Jones was invited to speak about being an Atypical leader within H.E by the Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD).
During this presentation, Dr Jones spoke about her leadership style and approach to working with others.
The talk covered off:
The event run by CHEAD covered how Leadership comes in many forms. Leadership is changing, but not quickly enough. Contemporary leaders bring something new to the table. Leadership is diverse and Leaders come from all backgrounds, disciplines, perspectives and experience.
The speakers at the event brought attention to the need to support more art and design educators from underrepresented groups to achieve leadership roles. It also questioned if others identified as a Leader or is the label of ‘Leader’ was unappealing.
The event explored traditional and evolving concepts of leadership within the context of art and design education and was designed to appeal to a wide range of art and design educators considering career progression, aspiring to leadership or keen to explore whether a leadership role is something colleagues desire in their next academic roles.
|Leadership ; Design ; Art; Practice; Atypical ; Collaboration ; H.E
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|15 Dec 2021
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|22 Jun 2023
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