Creative Leadership and Enterprise Centre
The Creative Leadership and Enterprise Centre (CLEC) was established at the Cardiff School of Management in May 2007. It delivers top class leadership training to the future leaders of both private and public sector organisations. It also carries out research projects on local enterprise and SMEs.
CLEC is currently running a pan-Wales Post Graduate Certificate in Leadership for Collaboration, a joint project between Cardiff Metropolitan University and Bangor University brought by PSMW to deliver the Post-Graduate Certificate in Leadership for Collaboration programme, for people working in the public services. The course will be offered across both institutions. This programme has been designed as an integral part of the drive for improvement in Welsh public services and is supported by Public Service Management Wales and the National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare.
Through a combination of action learning regional and national workshops, coaching and psychometric tools participants will look at the key topics of Leadership, Innovation and Collaborative Governance. It is designed to allow them to become effective collaborative leaders that can deliver excellent integrated and coordinated public services in line with the Welsh Assembly Government’s cutting edge policy in ‘Delivering the Connections’.
On completion, participants will be awarded a postgraduate certificate in Leadership for Collaboration either from UWIC or Bangor. Additionally, these credits can be put forward and counted towards further qualifications, such as a Masters degree.
How can I find out more about the L4C Programme?
To download the brochure please click here.
We have created a video highlighting the importance of Collaborative Leadership. To watch the video please click here.
In 2009 CLEC was awarded a £3.8m contract from the Wales European Funding Office to run a major leadership development course for business owners and managers. The 20Twenty Leadership programme, backed by ESF funding, is now well established and further information on how your business could benefit can be found by following the link to the programme
The CLEC centre is directed by Professor Brian Morgan