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Rural SEN - Collective Leadership in Rural and Island SE

Date and Time of Event:  29/06/2021 at 10:30 am

DETAILS:

This Rural SEN session will look at collective leadership in rural and island social enterprises.

Some 42% of rural and island social enterprises in a survey conducted by Inspiralba reported that they use a collective approach to decision making.

Interviewees in the same research highlighted the role of collective responsibility as important to their business model.

How important is collective leadership to rural and island social enterprise?
What does this look like day to day?
What skills, knowledge and resources do social enterprises need to be effective?
What helps/ what gets in the way?

As well as the usual opportunity to share ideas and issues we will be joined by Dot McLaughlin from Collective Leadership Scotland , Rural Social Enterprises and Inspiralba.

 

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