CLIR is now accepting applications for Leading Change Institute (LCI), New Zealand, to be held in Wellington, New Zealand, September 12-17, 2022. Intended to serve primarily participants in New Zealand and the Pacific Rim, LCI New Zealand is the first international extension of the US-based Leading Change Institute.
The Leading Change Institute is designed for information sector leaders, including deans, librarians, and information technologists, who seek to inspire, advocate for, and advance change in today’s increasingly ambiguous and rapidly changing higher education environment.
LCI New Zealand will be led by Elliott Shore and Joanne Kossuth, who have served as deans for the Leading Change Institute since 2012. The curriculum is being developed in coordination with an advisory committee that includes Leading Change alumni Kevin Ashford-Rowe (Queensland University of Technology), Ursula Byrne (University College, Dublin), and Clare McKenzie (University of Wollongong), as well as Fenella France, CLIR Board member and chief of the Preservation Research and Testing Institute at the Library of Congress.
The application deadline is April 18, 2022.
To learn more about the Leading Change Institute, New Zealand, and to apply, visit https://newzealand.leadingchangeinstitute.org/.