Aurora News and Blogs:
Supporting Women into Leadership Roles, featuring Sarah Stirk
Developing Female Leaders, Sarah Dixon
How to get more women into science, Professor Gillian Hutcheon
Aurora Alumni Survey - Author Sarah Dixon
Aurora Mentor and Other Inspiring Women Violeta Gonzalez-Perez
Developing Future Leaders for Higher Education
Aurora is delivered by Advance HE, aimed at enabling more women to develop the leadership side of their careers and so address the under-representation of women leaders in the sector. The Aurora programme is run in partnership with universities based on workshop events, mentoring, action learning sets and self-directed learning. An opportunity to enable the sharing of best practice, insights, and experiences.
Most leadership development programmes are aimed at leaders already in the role, however, Aurora is also suitable for women at early or mid-point in their career. Aurora is to designed to enable a wide range of women, in academic, professional and research roles, to engage with leadership development to support their potential career progression. It aims to enable women to think of themselves as future leaders and to better understand leadership and whether they want to develop their career in this direction.
Click here to download the brochure
For further details visit the Advance HE Aurora pages
Robert Gordon University Case Study
Dr Evelien Bracke Swansea University Case Study
LJMU Aurora Champion, Meriel Box, Head of Leadership and Development Foundation