Intercultural Leadership Project
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The purpose of the project is to provide bespoke training and interactive opportunities in order to equip people for more meaningful intercultural engagement in local communities, workplaces and cities. What is also unique about the project is the partnership between the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), Leeds Trinity University (Knowledge Exchange) and CODESA (Community Development Services Alliance). The ILM is providing accreditation of courses, with CODESA delivering the training and Leeds Trinity University ensuring quality control. The training will be delivered during two separate weekends; Fridays (evenings) and Saturdays (half-days), together with home study assignments.
We want to encourage those in leadership or aspiring to leadership roles in the community, business, or workplace to attend. They would benefit from a greater understanding of how Interculturalism can bring transformative change to their communities, workplaces and businesses.
St George's Centre, 60 Great George Street, First Floor, Leeds, Leeds LS1 3DL, United Kingdom
There is disabled access and provision at Intercultural Leadership Project.
I want to thank you for informing me about the above funding/grants. I was successful in being granted some money towards my education project (Praise God!!)