The 10-year lens – colleges in 2030
Monday 27 April – Friday 1 May
CDN’s Leadership team will be hosting a series of free workshops in the final week of April. The online sessions will shine a light on what colleges should look like in 2030, and what seeds we need to plant right now to nurture change.
This week of online activity has been designed for colleague colleagues that have an interest in managing and leading in a modern college, managers, senior leaders, Principals, Board Members and College Chairs.
This virtual series of 1-hour workshops will be in place of our annual Leadership and Governance Summit, which was due to take place in Stirling. Each Zoom workshop will focus on a key topic for discussion, including:
• Future-proofing your workforce and creating a resilient organisation
• The Three horizons of change
• Using technology as an enabler in 2030 – challenging assumptions
• Creative governance for an innovative sector
Speakers include Dr Sue Mitchell MAC MPSA, author of ‘The Authority Guide to Engaging Your People’, Sheila MacNeil, Digital Education Consultant and Chair of the Association of Learning Technology and Professor Ron Hill, University of Stirling’s Professor of Education.
CDN’s Leadership Lead Valerie Jackman will also deliver a workshop titled ‘The Three Horizons of Change’, where she will discuss key challenges to the sustainability of the current college sector and the seeds of change we need to nurture now to bring about the future we want to see.
The final workshop of the week, on Friday 1 May, will be delivered by Simon Erlanger, Managing Director of Isle of Harris Distillers Ltd. Simon will share his leadership story and explain how he is balancing the need to establish a commercially viable enterprise with long-term sustainability.
Find out more about each workshop in the programme here.
We look forward to seeing you there!