The place of work-based learning in the development of leaders in a fast-changing world.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Liverpool John Moores University; Lancaster University
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AbstractThis developmental paper provides an overview of a collaborative research project to explore the lived experiences of senior leaders as they undergo a work-based learning programme with one of three universities in the North West of England. Qualitative data will be drawn from semi-structured surveys and interviews with leaders and thematically analysed to identify the experiences, key issues and challenges encountered. It is one of the first large scale studies of its kind, examining delivery of work-based leadership programmes across a range of industries and sectors in a post-pandemic context within the UK. The research is intended to provide a rich and descriptive picture of how both leaders and HEIs have adapted their practice during this period, identifying lessons learned, and making suggestions for future delivery of work-based leadership learning in an increasingly uncertain and challenging environment.
CitationRowe, L., Knight, L., Irvine, P., & Greenwood, J. (2023 - forthcoming). The place of work-based learning in the development of leaders in a fast-changing world. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference: 31st August - 2nd September 2022, University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
PublisherBritish Academy of Management
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