On November 24, 2022, building on 'beyond state-of-the-art' research by the International Entrepreneurship Network for PhD and PhD Supervisor Training (IETN) project, IETN members and participants, invited guest speakers from business, public and associative sectors discuss and debate what authentic leadership is, what major challenges and issues are in understanding and embracing authenticity in leadership practice and training.
IETN is an ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education project. It has achieved its objectives by researching and publishing a Handbook on Authentic Leadership that is a quest for insights arising out of leadership theory and practice in the contemporary world and a manifesto, inter alia, for doctoral and supervisor training in a value-based approach to authenticity in leadership. It brings together leading scholars, business and political leaders to provide ‘beyond-state-of-the-art’ insights into the authentic leadership phenomenon.
The project objectives have been also achieved by developing and implementing high quality, state-of-the-art training courses for PhD students and their supervisors:
- PhD course in Authentic Leadership
- PhD supervisor training course in Authentic Leadership
A strong consortium was created to implement these objectives that consist of members from Aalborg University, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Linnaeus University, University of Siegen, and University of Tartu. IETN is a three-year project that started on September 1, 2019, with a total budget of EUR 317,171, and coordinated by Aalborg University.
9:30am - 12:30pm in room 2.2.102, building A, AAU Copenhagen Campus, AC Meyers Vænge 15, 2450 Copenhagen.
Andreea Bujac, IETN project manager.