TAKING LEARNING TO WORK:THE IMPACT OF REFLEXIVE LEARNING IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENTWe would be delighted to have you join our professional development workshop during the Academy of Management (#AOM) meetings in Boston next week.
Session 269 - Saturday August 05, 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM, Republic B, Sheraton Hotel
Despite calls to mark this the 'decade of action' and the priority of responsible leadership to take center stage, innovations in executive education and leadership development are still lagging in demonstrating that the education and learning that they foster does lead to marked improvements in action. The prospect that education itself may be responsible for the limited sense of responsibility is becoming more alarming. This is especially so, given education is heralded as central to social change necessary for sustainable development.This PDW galvanizes the redesign of the learning and education that cultivates responsibility not merely as an ability to respond to wicked problems but also the capacity to add value – where values and actions are closely aligned to avert the perennial chasm between what is 'espoused' and what is 'in use'.This marks a new agenda in advancing learning leadership that seeks to understand the human condition and the ways in which learning needs to be supported to bring insight, collaborative inquiry and reflexivity more centrally both in the education and leadership development business schools provide. This allows a fresh understanding of why the diverse definitions and associated concepts of reflection, that are offered in the extant literature on management and leadership learning, call for a fresh positioning of reflexive learning.Distinguished Speakers – ProvocateursThe Future of Executive Development - Mihnea MoldoveanuReflexive Learning in an Executive Doctoral Program Prof. dr. Svetlana Khapova Distinguished Panelists - Cutting-edge pedagogical practicesF.O.C.U.S.E.D - @Robert Wright, HONG KONG.The Six Pack Responsible Management Competence Framework – Dirk MOOSMAYER, FRANCE.Sounding the Depths of Leadership - Kosheek Sewchurran, AFRICA.Leadership with Purpose – Brian Tjemkes and Dilek Uslu, NETHERLANDS.Learning Leadership by embedding Re-search as a Management Practice: Lessons from Practitioners – Christian Moldjord, NORWAY.Distinguished Discussant: Henry Mintzberg, CANADALeading educators will facilitate breakout group discussions:Kanina Sophia Blanchard, PhD @Regina F. Bento Rick Colbourne (he/him) Gareth Edwards Beverley Hawkins Angelika Kokkinaki Lara Liboni Dr. Evgenia Lysova Craig Marsh Pär Mårtensson Martha Maznevski Elina Meliou Roula Michaelides Lucas Monzani Sally Newnham Mazi Raz Clare Rigg Sarah Robinson Matt Statler @Steven S. Taylor Prof Tony Wall ᴄᴍʙᴇ Elco van Burg Dusya Vera