Led by Swansea University in partnership with Bangor University, the ION leadership project is backed with £2.7m from the European Social Fund.
The ION leadership Programme is designed to develop and enhance the leadership skills of owners, managers and key decision-makers of businesses located across the Convergence region of West Wales and the Valleys. ION leadership offers 3 intense, engaging and effective new programmes tailored for people with different levels of leadership experience.
Delivered by business experts, the programmes are based on practical, experiential learning within a trusted group of peers and they focus on finding real solutions for the real issues that leaders, at all levels, face every day.
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This Programme will focus on the essential skills required for leaders and managers in small, medium and large organisations. It will place particular emphasis on developing their leadership skills to facilitate growth for their businesses.The programme will introduce participants to High Performance Work Practices (HPWP’s), placing particular emphasis on leading self and leading others, enabling them to develop and implement sustainable plans that further drive the productivity and performance of their organisations.Find out more Insight and Inspiration events
ION Leadership provides the skills and mindset for your business or enterprise to grow. ION is all about developing YOU so that you can develop and lead a sustainable enterprise and business. The focus is on finding real solutions for the very real issues that leaders at all levels face every day.Find out more Insight and Inspiration events
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We’ve had an exciting few months launching the first ION leadership cohorts in North Wales. In May, our Advanced programme began, with participants from Llandegla to Llangefni. Some are old friends who had taken part previously in LEAD Wales, and some are new to us, but all are ‘one’ now.Find out more