Length: 4 Weeks
Learning hours: 2.5-3.5 hrs/week
Last sign up date: TBC
WHY ARE CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP SKILLS IMPORTANT?
You can't become a conservation leader by reading some theory and taking an exam. Neither can you become a conservation leader by someone instructing you how to be one. This course, therefore, has been designed to be an experiential process, facilitated by the course leader.
The process involves weekly, live, online group sessions in which you explore each leadership quality and devise a way to express that quality more effectively in the following week. Each participant will then report on if/how they have expressed that quality the following week and how that affected them and others. Everyone that takes this course, irrespective of experience or position, will have strengths and weaknesses with respect to conservation leadership.
Everyone will also have their own journey to go on, but on this course they will be going through that journey with others. With commitment and active participation, each participant will emerge from this course a more confident and effective conservation leader. Each participant will also have initiated friendships and connections with other participants that will enrich their personal and professional lives.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
The theme of this conservation leadership course is learning. Through this course, you will strengthen your ability to be:
GOOD TO KNOW
TUTORIAL VIDEOS: Sent out a week before each group session
LIVE GROUP SESSIONS: TBC.
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: If you start the course but either don't think it is right for you or can't complete it for any reason then we will give you a full refund (minus £15 admin fee) up to 14 days from the start of the course.
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MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
Lucy has a Masters of Science in Environmental Conservation Management and over a decade of experience setting up, funding, and coordinating conservation teams in Asia, Africa, and the UK.
Lucy's experience includes working for the likes of the Zoological Society of London and Save the Rhino International.
Now As Director at WildTeam, Lucy oversees all our training.
When she is taking a break from WildTeam work, Lucy is exploring the rolling hills and wooded valleys around her home in the west of England, with her family and dog Archie.