Welcome to the second issue of our newsletter!
The Network is growing
3 new members have joined the network in the last months.
To have a look at all 19 members profiles that are now published on the website and enjoy the new layout of the members’ page, click here.
To find out what is new in the members’ page, keep reading…
Latest blog post
Let’s put Leadership in its Place!
by Michela Pagani
The 18th International Studying Leadership Conference (ISLC) will take place in December 2019 in Bristol (UK). The proposed conference theme, Putting Leadership in its Place, could give us a great opportunity to further link the two key concepts at the basis of our works and to better introduce our network and works to leadership scholars.
Latest project added
Place-Based Leadership Development (P-BLD) for Intersectoral Urban Violence Prevention (IUVP)
by Rob Worrall
Take a special look at…
…the new members’ page!
The members’ page has a new layout. Now, every member has their personal profile page which includes contact details, description of research activities, recent blog posts published on the website and tags. Thanks to tags, it will be possible to look for other members who work in a specific country or on a specific topic.
Just click on members’ photos to look at their profiles and click on tags to look for specific members.
The members’ page can be found here.
Save the date!
ISLC 2019: Putting Leadership in its Place
16th-17th December 2019 in Bristol (UK)
Abstract submission deadline: 1st September 2019
The Call for Contributions and the link to the official website can be found here.
Looking for contributions and suggestions
Are you working on a project on place-based leadership? Are you organizing an event relevant for this network? Would you like to write a short blog piece? Do you have a good idea on how to improve the website and/or the newsletter? Would you just like to have a chat?
Do not hesitate: write me! I would love to hear from you.
This is a work-in-progress project. I am trying to continue updating and improving the website, and any comment and support are highly appreciated.