Experiential Learning (EL) is an important aspect of life, especially for engaging in multi-sector partnerships to tackle complex challenges/issues/situations. It is through these experiences in life that an individual builds the skills of observation, introspection, reflection and execution. The knowledge, insights and lessons learned through this process from diverse backgrounds has the potential to solve a problem more efficiently and effectively. Today, EL is recognized as an essential fulcrum to inculcate values, and build character for developing leaders who can serve people with a lasting impact on society.
Through the workshop, the importance of EL will be highlighted by multi stakeholders like NGOs, Corporates, Academia, and Social Enterprise.
They will share:
United Nations advocated for more “responsible” management education in the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME). As we are aware the current management education largely focuses on competitiveness and profits rather than on a balance among profitability, social accountability, responsibility and sustainability. During recent years there have been unprecedented challenges affecting global economy which call for paradigm shift in management education to develop competencies among future managers for responsibility and sustainability. The workshop is meant for faculty who are interested in developing sustainability competencies and integrate these into the curriculum or those who wish to get inspired for responsible management education,
Interested participants are requested to register online by 25th November, 2018.