Given the continuing concerns over COVID-19 and in keeping with the recommendations of public health officials to avoid large gatherings and limit non-essential travel, we have made the difficult decision to postpone for another year this summer’s Leadership Institutes to June 2022. Registered participated will be contacted and are eligible for a full refund or transfer of registration fees to summer 2022.
Leadership Institutes scheduled to take place in November 2021 will continue as planned unless otherwise noted. Our primary concern has been, and will always remain, the health and well-being of our members, participants, and partners.
Who should attend
Those in the role of manager or new director in international offices/divisions who seek leadership development for their current position; leaders who are new or interested in learning how to better lead their department and institution in international initiatives.
Key areas will be examined, including:
- leadership – self-assessment and skills assessment;
- the key elements and challenges of this role;
- the role of the international office/division in your institution;
- reporting structures, financial models, recruitment strategies, organizational structures;
- offshore projects, programs and campus – opportunities and challenges, how to access funding agencies;
- HR management practices and approaches; and
- risk management in international work.
Early registration is encouraged for a maximum of 30 participants. Participation is restricted to a maximum of 2 participants per college. Should space permit, an additional participant may be considered. We also welcome participants from non-member institutions or other organizations.
June 18: Arrival, reception, dinner
June 19 – 22: Sessions (June 20 dinner)
June 22: Sessions and farewell dinner
June 23: Breakfast and departure
President and CEO, Langara College
Executive Director, International Business Development, Centennial College
Vice-President, International Partnerships, CICan
The specific and varied stories shared by the senior Deans/Directors of International provided a long-term picture of the necessary foundation needed for international education start-up operations, right through to the bumps, bruises and huge successes experienced as a result of comprehensive internationalization mandates. The conversations were compelling and the strong mentor/mentee relationships continue to support emerging leaders across Canada’s college sector.
|Leadership Institute||Member Fees: $1,800.00||Non-Member Fees: $1,999.00|
|Guest at a dinner||Member Fees: $50.00||Non-Member Fees: $75.00|
DATE AND TIME
Alain Roy, Director, International Partnerships
613-746-2222 ext. 3132