StellarHE builds on 21st-century leadership models and thinking to further leverage the effectiveness of Diverse Leaders as they progress into senior management positions across Higher Education
Our approach places authenticity and diversity as a distinct leadership strength at the core of leadership that delivers lasting impact and results. The programme blends a variety of learning approaches including leadership diagnostics, facilitated dialogue, experiential activities, reflective practice and coaching.
What can you expect?
You can expect a fast-paced and interactive learning experience packed with alternative ways of looking at and activating their leadership style and approach - critical to career success within the HE sector. The programme focuses on applied learning, introducing participants to practical strategies and innovative tools they can implement immediately.
Who is this programme for?
StellarHE is designed for Black, Asian, and ethically diverse individuals who aspire to senior leadership positions in Higher Education. We welcome Professional Support Staff, Academics and Researchers at a middle to senior management level.
What we ask of you:
- Readiness to embark on an experiential leadership programme
- Your availability to participate in all activities
StellarHE provides participants with the opportunity to:
leadership in the context of the changing world of Higher Education
and balance personal leadership style with the demands of their respective institutions without compromising authenticity
collaboratively to create a legacy of sustainable change in the HE sector
the impact of being a minority in a majority culture & develop strategies for success
to manage organisational politics and build relationships to achieve both professional and personal goals
the nature of power and develop narrative skills to communicate the strength of their leadership
strategies to manage their careers and prepare effectively for promotion opportunities
Participation in the StellarHE programme is supportive of working towards and sustaining the Race Equality Charter and broader diversity and inclusion objectives. Other benefits to participating Higher Education Institutions include:
a successful targeted intervention to address under-representation of Black, Asian, and ethnic minority leaders in management
potential increase in the size and diversity of the senior management talent pool
access to a powerful cross-sector network of Black, Asian, and ethnic minority leaders enhancing the strategic linkages and relationships between Institutions.