Centre for Governance, Leadership and Global Responsibility (CGLGR)
The Centre for Governance, Leadership and Global Responsibility
Two decades of governance and leadership crises across all sectors; two decades of reports and 'solutions'; and are we any the wiser?
The Centre for Governance, Leadership and Global Responsibility has been set up to explore why theory, value and practice of responsible leadership and governance is still not effectively integrated, why failures keep happening, and how we can more effectively develop responsible leadership and governance. The Centre's President is Mervyn King (Chair of the King Report on Governance 2009).
The Centre aims to provide challenging conversation across all sectors, stimulating an ongoing public debate about the nature and practice of responsibility.
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Guest lecture series 2016-17
The Centre holds Guest Lectures with the purpose of showcasing eminent leaders from different sectors, and kick starting dialogue and debate on what leadership and responsibility in the 21st Century involves. At the heart of the lecture series is the question, what is the responsibility of leaders? Not just in relation to their organisations, but to wider society. All of our guest lectures are free to attend. For upcoming events please see the University Events page.