Event

FETL Inaugural Lecture

10th March 2015, 6pm
Kings Place, York Way, London, United Kingdom

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10th March 2015, Central London, James Krantz (Worklab, New York City) will be delivering the FETL Inaugural Lecture.

Here is some of the feedback

College Vice-Principal:Excellent evening and a wonderful network of people to have in the same place at the same time.”

Community Learning Leader: “I was able to attend the inaugural lecture last night and very much enjoyed it. Thank you for making it possible. I look forward to future events and publications… I would very much like to share the ‘Remembered Thinking’ publication with the middle and senior managers who have signed up to the [leadership] programme.”

Private Provider: “I thought it was an excellent event, a great lecture and a great start of all sorts of thinking and ideas and ambition for the sector! I’m really delighted to be involved and very much looking forward to working with you on our exciting project.”

Higher Education Leader: “Congratulations on an excellent FETL lecture debut – good lecture, good audience and great venue”

Sector Body:I thought the venue was great. I think it was preferable to a more Westminster based event – signalled something more modern, more innovative to be. I liked the fact that it was mostly sector people rather than civil servants/ministers etc. It felt like a very warm welcoming event and very reaffirming.”

Leadership Consultant: “So much of Dr Krantz’s lecture resonated with me…”

Education journalist: “Thanks for inviting me to the lecture last night, I found it interesting and it was a good chance to network with the great and the good of FE.”

Senior Leader: “I really enjoyed the lecture on Tuesday and thanks for the invite; it was a really good event and well attended. It is great to see how FETL is progressing as a charity.”

Sector Membership Body: “Quick note to thank you for inviting us to the lecture – I thought it was a superb event in terms of networking and PR, and the lecture provided us with considerable food for thought, for our organisation as a business but also in our role as a membership body for colleges.”

Trades Union: “Good to see you at the Lecture which I thought was very interesting…”

Trades Union: “There were some thought provoking ideas in there and I’d like to reflect further on what he said, so if you could send me a copy I’d be most grateful.”

Third Sector organisation: “I read the booklet [Remembered Thinking] on my way home on the train. Really liked it. The style and choice of texts and the bringing it up to date – so readable and just about the ideal length for me. Brilliant – as was the event last night. Thanks so much for the invitation.”

You can download your own copy of Remembered Thinking here.

Some tweets about the event

Chris Husbands ‏@Director_IOE Mar 10 – “Krantz @FETforL – neat potted history of theories of leadership and emergence of theories of visionary leadership”

Thomas Kohut ‏@ThomasKohut Mar 10 – “Krantz – as organisations change in the 21stC, leadership can be part of, and even an output of the system itself @FETforL

CampaignforLearning ‏@CForLearning Mar 10 – “Listening to @FETforL inaugural lecture by Dr Jim Krantz on leadership. Fascinating.”

Chris Husbands ‏@Director_IOE Mar 10 – “Krantz @FETforL – reminds that FETL is about the leadership of thinking, not leadership thinking”

Landex ‏@Landexnews Mar 10 – “Watching Jim Krantz inaugural lecture on leaders or leadership the century of the system @FETforL

CandiEXTRA ‏@CandiEXTRA Mar 10 Islington, London – “@FETforL interesting lecture this evening leadership – enrolment vs empowerment”

Jenny Brandham ‏@JennyBrandham Mar 10 – “Excellent thoughts from @FETforL in the inaugural lecture, thank you”

Jess Bridgman ‏@JABridgman Mar 10 – “Great inaugural lecture @FETforL some great ideas around leadership and thinking for FE and Skills. Inspiring stuff.”

cwhinney ‏@cwhinney Mar 10 – “Pleased to see @FETforL promoting Systems Thinking in their Inaugural Lecture and their first round grants. Long overdue in sector.”

Christina Conroy OBE ‏@ConroyChristina Mar 11 – “Interesting take on #leadership @FETforL = system and times create leaders rather than intrinsic personal qualities http://feweek.co.uk/2015/03/10/first-wave-of-grant-winners-announced-by-fetl/ …”

VetNet LLN ‏@VetNet_LLN Mar 11 – “@FETforL thank you for working hard to raise the awareness and the importance of vocational teaching and learning.”

Jenny Brandham ‏@JennyBrandham Mar 11 – “Still reflecting on the messages from @FETforL particularly; is idealistic unrealistic?”

NAL ‏@neilalovell Mar 11 – “Good to hear James Krantz @FETforL inaugural lecture. Leadership is complex to explain and yet we all know good and bad examples.”

FE Week ‏@FEWeek 5 hrs5 hours ago – “FE bosses were warned against ‘heroic’ leadership at the first @FETforL lecture. Read @paulofford‘s report here: http://feweek.co.uk/?p=33711”FETL

TES Further Ed @tesfenews  · 2 hrs 2 hours ago – “Colleges should stop looking for ‘heroic’ principals, says leadership expert http://ow.ly/KnJLw”

lecture-v1 lecture-v2 lecture-v3 lecture-v5 10th March 2015, Central London, James Krantz (Worklab, New York City) will be delivering the FETL Inaugural Lecture.

Here is some of the feedback

College Vice-Principal:Excellent evening and a wonderful network of people to have in the same place at the same time.” Community Learning Leader: “I was able to attend the inaugural lecture last night and very much enjoyed it. Thank you for making it possible. I look forward to future events and publications… I would very much like to share the ‘Remembered Thinking’ publication with the middle and senior managers who have signed up to the [leadership] programme.” Private Provider: “I thought it was an excellent event, a great lecture and a great start of all sorts of thinking and ideas and ambition for the sector! I’m really delighted to be involved and very much looking forward to working with you on our exciting project.” Higher Education Leader: “Congratulations on an excellent FETL lecture debut - good lecture, good audience and great venue” Sector Body:I thought the venue was great. I think it was preferable to a more Westminster based event – signalled something more modern, more innovative to be. I liked the fact that it was mostly sector people rather than civil servants/ministers etc. It felt like a very warm welcoming event and very reaffirming.” Leadership Consultant: “So much of Dr Krantz’s lecture resonated with me...” Education journalist: “Thanks for inviting me to the lecture last night, I found it interesting and it was a good chance to network with the great and the good of FE.” Senior Leader: “I really enjoyed the lecture on Tuesday and thanks for the invite; it was a really good event and well attended. It is great to see how FETL is progressing as a charity.” Sector Membership Body: “Quick note to thank you for inviting us to the lecture – I thought it was a superb event in terms of networking and PR, and the lecture provided us with considerable food for thought, for our organisation as a business but also in our role as a membership body for colleges.” Trades Union: “Good to see you at the Lecture which I thought was very interesting…” Trades Union: “There were some thought provoking ideas in there and I’d like to reflect further on what he said, so if you could send me a copy I’d be most grateful.” Third Sector organisation: “I read the booklet [Remembered Thinking] on my way home on the train. Really liked it. The style and choice of texts and the bringing it up to date - so readable and just about the ideal length for me. Brilliant - as was the event last night. Thanks so much for the invitation.” You can download your own copy of Remembered Thinking here.

Some tweets about the event

Chris Husbands ‏@Director_IOE Mar 10 – “Krantz @FETforL - neat potted history of theories of leadership and emergence of theories of visionary leadership” Thomas Kohut ‏@ThomasKohut Mar 10 – “Krantz - as organisations change in the 21stC, leadership can be part of, and even an output of the system itself @FETforLCampaignforLearning ‏@CForLearning Mar 10 – “Listening to @FETforL inaugural lecture by Dr Jim Krantz on leadership. Fascinating.” Chris Husbands ‏@Director_IOE Mar 10 – “Krantz @FETforL - reminds that FETL is about the leadership of thinking, not leadership thinking” Landex ‏@Landexnews Mar 10 – “Watching Jim Krantz inaugural lecture on leaders or leadership the century of the system @FETforLCandiEXTRA ‏@CandiEXTRA Mar 10 Islington, London – “@FETforL interesting lecture this evening leadership - enrolment vs empowerment” Jenny Brandham ‏@JennyBrandham Mar 10 – “Excellent thoughts from @FETforL in the inaugural lecture, thank you” Jess Bridgman ‏@JABridgman Mar 10 - “Great inaugural lecture @FETforL some great ideas around leadership and thinking for FE and Skills. Inspiring stuff.” cwhinney ‏@cwhinney Mar 10 – “Pleased to see @FETforL promoting Systems Thinking in their Inaugural Lecture and their first round grants. Long overdue in sector.” Christina Conroy OBE ‏@ConroyChristina Mar 11 – “Interesting take on #leadership @FETforL = system and times create leaders rather than intrinsic personal qualities http://feweek.co.uk/2015/03/10/first-wave-of-grant-winners-announced-by-fetl/ …” VetNet LLN ‏@VetNet_LLN Mar 11 – “@FETforL thank you for working hard to raise the awareness and the importance of vocational teaching and learning.” Jenny Brandham ‏@JennyBrandham Mar 11 – “Still reflecting on the messages from @FETforL particularly; is idealistic unrealistic?” NAL ‏@neilalovell Mar 11 – “Good to hear James Krantz @FETforL inaugural lecture. Leadership is complex to explain and yet we all know good and bad examples.” FE Week ‏@FEWeek 5 hrs5 hours ago – “FE bosses were warned against ‘heroic’ leadership at the first @FETforL lecture. Read @paulofford's report here: http://feweek.co.uk/?p=33711”FETL TES Further Ed @tesfenews  · 2 hrs 2 hours ago - “Colleges should stop looking for 'heroic' principals, says leadership expert http://ow.ly/KnJLw”

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Kings Place, York Way, London, United Kingdom

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