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ASF-UK to deliver Participatory Workshop to RIBA Future Leaders March 10, 2016

On Tuesday 15th March Associate Sophie Morley will deliver a workshop to all RIBA Future Leaders delegates.  The 2016 Future Leaders programme will focus on leadership skills in fostering the social purpose and responsibility of practices, understanding and improving outcomes, and transforming and future-readying business.
ASF-UK will introduce all RIBA Future Leader delegates to their socio-spatial participatory methodology through interactive roleplay activity enabling participants to engage with the complex challenges associated with more equitable forms of urban development in the context of the HS2 proposal for Euston Station Change by Design: Collective Imaginations for Contested Sites in Euston. For full report go to – http://www.asf-uk.org/cbd-reports/

Adam Williamson, RIBA Head of Professional Standards will then lead a discussion on the work the Institute has been doing around the UN Global Compact to which it signed up last year.

Delegates are encouraged to strengthen and share outcomes by actively engaging with RIBA ‘Back in Practice Tool Box’ of useful resources and guidance.
ASF-UK: RIBA Future Leaders  ‘Back in Practice’ Tool Box
  • Engage with us by becoming a Member – http://www.asf-uk.org/membership/
  • Learning in Action – Sign up to our RIBA CPD accredited Challenging Practice Course – http://challengingpractice.org/
  • CPD – in practice CPD on any of our Methodologies: Change by Design, Resilience by Design or Challenging Practice or a group workshop on how and when to use our Participate Toolkit – http://www.asfparticipate.org/about/ for info on cost please contact info@asf-uk.org
  • Corporate Sponsorship or Project Partnerships – if your practice wishes to sponsor or engage with ASF-UK in a Project contact info@asf-uk.org to discuss options and possibilities
RIBA Future Leaders 

In an ever-changing fast paced industry the next generation of architects, who lead tomorrow’s practices, will need to adopt the essential skills that play a vital role in shaping the architectural profession and the built environment.

The Future Leaders series has been developed to ensure that the architects of the future understand the challenges ahead and are equipped with the leadership and management skills to succeed in an increasingly complex profession and construction industry.

In 2016 the Future Leaders programme will focus on leadership skills in fostering the social purpose and responsibility of practices, understanding and improving outcomes, and transforming and future-readying business.

Delegates will gain and develop leadership skills in:
  • negotiation and advocacy
  • stakeholder engagement and understanding
  • research and knowledge transfer
  • project management
  • team leadership
We will explore these through three different lenses:
  • project and practice leadership
  • professional leadership
  • leadership in context
To view the full programme, please click here.

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