About the Conference
A day to explore the latest research into what it means to be a good leader, with a focus on enabling people to flourish and thrive whatever the context. We will also work together to build frameworks that support leadership for the greater good and flourishing.
Hear Dr Edward Brooks, Executive Director of the Oxford Character Project, Oxford University; Dr Matthew Lee, Director of Empirical Research at the Human Flourishing Program, Harvard University; Sir Anthony Seldon, former University Vice-Chancellor, educationalist and contemporary historian, and others speak about their research and experience.
Places are limited, so we encourage you to register either to join us in person at Worcester College, Oxford, or online, as soon as possible.
The day will:
- Challenge current leadership practices
- Explore practical ideas to develop character, wisdom and good leadership
- Provide a forum to meet and hear from respected experts on leadership and flourishing
- Connect leaders from across a range of contexts and organisations who are committed to supporting their people to grow as leaders and to thrive as leaders
- Contribute to a global conversation on the development of a framework for leadership for the greater good that enables flourishing
If you would like to find out more or contribute to the conference, please contact:
- Conference curator: Katy Granville Chapman – KEGC@wellingtoncollege.org.uk
Brought to you by
- Oxford Character Project at Oxford University: Cultivating wise thinkers and good leaders
- The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University: promoting human flourishing, and developing systematic approaches to the synthesis of knowledge across disciplines
- Global Social Leaders: A global movement of socially conscious young leaders with participants in over 100 countries
- Wellington Leadership and Coaching Institute: Developing leaders who enable their people to flourish; a part of Wellington College