Tomorrow's Leadership Conference- Shaping our Future in Wales

Posted on 20 June 2012

The University of Wales Global Academy is hosting its fifth annual POWIS residential course for its Wales-wide cohort of Prince of Wales Innovation Scholars (POWIS).

Since its conception the residential has developed into a larger event that will for the first time include delegates from across the UK. 

The residential conference is entitled Tomorrow’s Leadership which is a new model of leadership conference for the 21st Century developed in partnership with outdoor leadership firm Haute Route. The Brecon Beacons will provide the expansive backdrop for this innovative conference which will be housed at Buckland Hall.

Tomorrow’s Leadership will focus on the concept of the Triple Context: The importance of keeping in balance the economy, the natural environment and the socio-political system.

Led by individuals hailing from a variety of backgrounds, Tomorrow’s Leadership places innovation at the heart of its learning. Considered a new form of practical professional gathering it will prove to be experiential and collaborative by design. The conference itself is geared towards real personal and professional development that promises to have its delegates on the edge of their workshop-seats, cabaret-chairs and mountain peaks.

Tomorrow’s Leadership Conference (TLC) focuses on the latest big issue for businesses namely talent development.

"In the end it all comes down to leadership. Tomorrow's leaders will understand the triple context. They will lead with sustainability front of mind and in new ways. They will appreciate that talent is abundant and takes many forms. They will care about developing all the talent in the organisation. Talent will be one of their top three agenda items."  
Tomorrow's Global Talent Report (Feb 2009)

The University of Wales Global Academy is delighted to be a sponsor and partner with Tomorrow’s Leadership Conference ensuring its POWIS Scholars continue to have access to the highest level professional development programmes throughout their studies.

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