|June 2019||CEO dinner|
|June 2019||Exeter Leadership Partners|
|20-21 June 2019||
The aim of this Small Group Meeting (SGM) is to bring together leadership and health/wellbeing researchers to share recent developments in the field and develop research ideas for future collaborations.
Each year the Exeter Centre for Leadership (ExCL) hosts a Rising Star Award in partnership with the Network of Leadership Scholars (NLS). The award recognizes a junior academic who is making a significant contribution to the field of leadership. The intention of the Rising Star Award is to help promote the work of highly promising junior scholars. A committee of judges chooses the successful candidate each year and the prize is awarded at the Annual Academy of Management (AOM) conference. The successful applicant will also be awarded £1500 to go towards supporting their research and will be invited to join the committee to judge applicants the following year. In 2019, Dr Dorothy Carter from the University of Georgia was the winning candidate. Further details on the prize for 2020 can be found here
This half-day, interactive event provided an overview of the evidence base from the latest social science research on the topic of flexible working. The event included a panel discussion with academic and industry experts exploring specific issues that the audience selected, as well as showcasing how industry and academic partnerships can help co-design solutions.