Association Leaders Symposium 2024

29 – 30 January 2024 Online Symposium


“The symposium offered an opportunity to strengthen the collaboration with my Chair and mutually discuss the current situation and options for improvement. It gave us the same language to continue the dialogue and work together as partners.”
Jayr Bass, Executive Director, AO Spine

“Two very interesting sessions that gave us the space and focus to discuss how we each see where the organisation is, where we would like to see it to be and what we need to do together to make it happen.”
Tanja Munro, Director, European Consortium for Political Research

“As a soon-to-be-President I found the Symposium to be very useful and informative. I will use all the templates for areas of discussion with my Chief of Staff to help me clearly understand my role.” 
Amanda Lodge-Stewart, President-elect, National Hair and Beauty Federation

“I highly recommend this Symposium: superbly led, very practical, relevant. It gave my deputy CEO and me the opportunity to get together with our Vice President to really focus on leadership, joint working and strategy.  I believe this will be transformational for us and the association.”
Anne Bishop, Chief Executive, British Association of Urological Surgeons

“Excellent Leaders Symposium. Great to get the elected head and senior executive staff learning together. A lot of very thought provoking information covered in a well-paced, clear and accessible manner. I would strongly recommend this symposium to other association leadership teams.”
Patricia Hagan, Deputy CEO, British Association of Urological Surgeons

“The Association Leaders Symposium gave our incoming President a clear and helpful introduction to her new role.”
Richard Lambert, CEO, National Hair and Beauty Federation

“The Leaders Symposium was very well organised, expertly delivered and addressed many issues around good governance and leadership in professional associations and offered an opportunity for both the chief staff officer and chief elected officer to work together on identifying organisation specific leadership and governance issues that require attention.”
Ruaidhri O'Connor, CEO, Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists