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IBA® GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE:

The road to resilience in a Covid-19 world

Wednesday 8th September 2021

10:30am - 12:00pm

When:

Thank you to everyone who joined us in person at the Bradshaw Hall, The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. We really hope you enjoyed the conference.

If you were unable to attend, a recording of the event is available on our YouTube channel .

Click on the image below to watch a summary 90 second video of the Birmingham City University IBA® GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE: The road to resilience in a Covid-19 world

We hope to see you at our next conference scheduled for 2022, more information coming soon.

Venue:

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, Birmingham, B4 7XR, UK

Birmingham City University is proud to present

IBA® GLOBAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE:

The road to resilience in a Covid-19 world

Join us in person to find out more about moving forward in this changed new world with confidence and hope.  

 

Discover how to build healthier, productive relationships with others in order to bring positive change to your life and the lives of those around you.  Learn about a novel framework and practical toolkits which can help to improve your confidence and resilience, enabling you to cope better in challenging and stressful situations, now and into the future.

 

Listen to knowledgeable and inspirational speakers, hear real life stories about how lives have been changed for the better, as voiced by our students, and engage with our panel of experts as they discuss the challenges faced by many of us today.

Panellists

Professor Shouzhen Cheng

Professor Paul Coulter

Professor Louise Toner

Dr Adelina McLeod

Chris Hurney

Katharine Lam

Keynote Speaker

Rt Hon Jonathan Ashworth MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Introduced By

Professor Peter Francis

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) at Birmingham City University

The Road to Resilience in a Covid-19 World

ACHIEVE THE EXTRAORDINARY

IBA® Health & well-being pilot programme

Hosted By

Professor Adam Crizzle

Student Voices

Guanfa Zou (Jason)

Stephen Johnson

Zac Peachey

Fanli Zeng

Ting Fan

Ruo Wang

Patience. T. Mutavayi

Loraine Mahachi

Xizi Zhang

Lishan Huang

Tian Xiaofei

Jun Chen

Rachel Hawkins

Beitao Gong

Xiaoqin Zhang

Mengfen Zhao

Nikki Roberts

Li Fu

Conference Programme

10:30am

Introduction by

Professor Peter Francis

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) at Birmingham City University

10:45am to 11:55am

Prior to the conference, panellists will have watched student videos which describe

 

  • What the students learnt from attending the Birmingham City University MSc Module, Understanding and managing behaviours of self, teams and organisations

  • How they have applied this in the wider world

  • The difference this knowledge has made to improving their confidence and resilience levels, especially dealing with the impact of COVID-19 pandemic.

Panellists online:

Professor Shouzhen Cheng (China)

Dr Adelina McLeod (UK)

Chris Hurney (USA)

Panellists on stage at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire:

Professor Paul Coulter

Professor Louise Toner

Katharine Lam

Host on stage at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire:

Professor Adam Crizzle

During the conference we will be drawing together student experiences using the expertise and wide-ranging knowledge of the panellists, to discuss the following topics:

1. Leadership and Organisational Culture

2. Enhancing Health & Wellbeing

3. Confidence, Resilience and Empowerment in our personal lives and the workplace

11:55am

Performance of Lensky's Aria from Eugene Onegin, for Flute & Piano

By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (arr. G. Braunstein)

Zac Peachey flute

Katharine Lam piano

10:40am

Keynote Speech by

Rt Hon Jonathan Ashworth MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

12:00noon

Thanks and Close

Addressing Confidence and Resilience enabling musicians to achieve their best performance

Reflections on a bespoke and innovative IBA® health and wellbeing programme at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

with

Katharine Lam, Senior Lecturer in Piano, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

and

Professor Adam Crizzle, Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University

Read the Case Study now available at the Healthy Conservatoires Network

Poster Gallery

Browse our poster gallery which exhibits work designed by our students

Video/Audio Gallery

Browse our video and audio gallery which showcases thoughts and reflections from our students

Results of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Pilot Programme for​

Musicians to Optimise Musical Performance

Introduced by Professor Emeritus Julian Lloyd Webber OBE

Click on image above to read the full report

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