Business Academy Webinar: Growing Future Leaders
"The advent of Master's Degree apprenticeships is a turning point for UK industry that will help employers not just to upskill existing employees but also develop the next generation of managers" - Dame Fiona Kendrick, Chairman of Nestlé UK & Ireland
Join us for this interactive Business Academy webinar discussion on Friday 26 January to explore and review the new ground breaking Master’s Senior Leader Degree Apprenticeship recently published by the Institute of Apprenticeship.
Hear how Hertfordshire Business School is approaching the design of this new ‘future leader’ development opportunity and join in the discussion to shape how this initiative can align to your organisation and support your staff. Dr Hany Wells, Head of Postgraduate Development at Hertfordshire Business School, and Dr Kate Byford, Head of Apprenticeships at the University will lead the discussion and will be supported by Rachelle Andrews and Lynne Stevens from Herts Business School Executive Development team.
Understanding what is important for you in the development and training of your future senior leaders is essential for input into the whole development process. Join us and register here.
What to expect
- Learn more about the Master's Degree Apprenticeships
- Find out about employer /staff benefits
- Join the consultation to help shape the design of future development programmes
12.00 - Hello and Welcome, Lynne Stevens
12.05 – Introductions, all
12.10 – Ground Breaking Executive Apprenticeships, Kate Byford
12.20 – Introducing L7 Senior Leader Programmes at UH - The 3 Pathways, Hany Wells
12.30 - Focus on Pathway 1 for Experienced Managers, Rachelle Andrews
12..45 – Discussion and Q& A, all
12.55 – Invitation to participate in consultation – Online Survey, Lynne Stevens
13.00 – Close
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- 26 January 2018
- End date:
- 26 January 2018
- Free Entry
- Hertfordshire Business School
- Bridget French