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PRME GLOBAL STUDENTS OPPORTUNITIES AND PRME EVENTS JUNE 2024


PRME UK and Ireland Annual Conference: ‘Greener, Healthier and Fairer’

 

Bookings for the PRME Chapter UK and Ireland DC and Annual Conference are open! Join us 19-21 June at the University of Exeter Business School where we are investigating how Business Schools can contribute to a Greener, Healthier and Fairer society.

 

Why University of Exeter Business School?

The University of Exeter Business School, Times Higher Education’s Business School of the Year 2022, leads a £30m UKRI programme, the National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub, creating business models for the circular economy. Through their research and teaching, they promote leadership for a better world, perfectly aligning with the Chapter’s values. This ethos infuses everything they do, teaching students how to use sustainable and responsible business principles to become successful leaders across three core areas of expertise:

 

·       Environmental Sustainability: Addressing the environmental and climate emergency by embedding sustainability into business operations and decision-making.

·       Responsible Leadership: Promoting equality, diversity, and social justice, and adapting to the evolving relationship between employers and employees.

·       Technological Transformation: Exploring the ethical considerations of new technologies and their impact on business and society.

 

What to Expect:

Inspiring Keynotes: Hear from leading experts Ian Fussell, Fiona Charnley, Barry Waddilove, Janice Kay CBE, Omnia El Omrani, MD, Tima Bansal, and Edvard Glücksman who are pioneering change in circular economy, health, and social equity.

Engaging Workshops, Round Tables, and Panel Discussions: Participate in hands-on sessions designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge to drive positive societal impact in education and research.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals, researchers, and practitioners dedicated to making a difference through business education.

Book your place.

 

 PRME Midlands Local Network: One Planet Leadership

 

PRME UK and Ireland Midlands Local Network, June 5th 2-3pm BST

 

One Planet Leadership – proposal for implementing collaborative education for staff, students and executives within the PRME network.

 

Presenters Jonathan Gosling, Emeritus Professor of Leadership, University of Exeter; Miriam Gage, Programme Director, One Planet Leadership courses.

 

This is an opportunity to find out more about a collaborative One Planet Leadership course targeted at experienced managers (Executive Education) and/or full-time students engaged in capstone projects (Masters or final year undergraduate level).  Given the growing requirement for responsible management practice to address global challenges, what does that call for in terms of responsible leadership, systems thinking and the deeper values required to address the shift from profit only to purpose, planet and profit mindset?  How do we take into account global perspectives and the breadth and depth of stakeholder values that inform this landscape? At this next PRME Midlands chapter event, find out how the ‘One Planet Leadership’ course addresses these issues while providing a forum for global exchange and a deeply experiential and transformative learning experience.  This participative session will also open up how this One Planet Leadership course can help address PRME, AACSB, EQUIS accreditation criteria.  

 

To join use this link to a MS Teams meeting

 

Orla, Jaliyyah Bello and Rachel Welton

 

On behalf of the PRME UK and Ireland Midlands Local Network

 

To find our more about our UK and Ireland Local Networks see our website.

 

 2024 PRME Global Forum

 

Join us online 18 June 2024 for the 

PRME Global Forum! We are so excited to gather deans, faculty, students, business leaders, and more for our virtual event this year. Don't miss our engaging speakers, emerging topics, and interactive workshops aimed at advancing Responsible Management Education.

Registration is free for Deans, Faculty, and Students of Signatory Members!

 

Following the "chasing the sun" method, PRME will offer 16 hours of content spanning a variety of time zones to reach our global community. For the first time ever, the event will feature content in all six UN languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish.

 

Attendees can expect a dynamic program, ranging from panels that discuss creating social impact and the responsibility of a digital future, to breakout sessions that dive into the ways in which the Principles for Responsible Management Education can be applied to key business and school disciplines such as accounting & finance; marketing; economics & public policy; analytics; and management. Additionally, we will highlight best practices from our community as we present the PRME Faculty Teaching Awards, the PRME Global Students Sustainability Award and the Awards for Excellence in SIP Reporting.

 

Register Now!

 

PRME Global Students (PGS) Leadership Teams: Deadline 31 May

 

Applications to join the PRME Global Students (PGS) leadership teams are open!  All PRME students are encouraged to apply for both open positions: PGS Regional Leaders and PGS Taskforce Members.

 

Deadline 31 May 2024 (11:59 pm EDT).

 

PGS Regional Leaders are responsible for managing the relationship between PGS and the sustainability-oriented student organizations within their regions. With the support of the PRME Secretariat and the PRME Chapters, the PGS Regional Leaders operate as 'two-way bridges' while communicating, promoting, and connecting worldwide students with PGS-related activities as well as opportunities arising from the broader PRME community. Additionally, PGS Regional Leaders are responsible for representing the PRME Global Students movement by speaking in webinars and events worldwide. Finally, they are encouraged to apply their knowledge and expertise while advancing PGS’s governance, communications, and programming.

 

PGS Taskforces

 

Each project on the PGS Portfolio is led by a PGS Taskforce composed of two co-coordinators and up to six worldwide members responsible for conceptualizing, planning, and implementing the projects listed below. It is an excellent opportunity to apply your knowledge to a global project. Learn about the projects in greater detail on the PGS webpage.


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