Leading Healthy Organisations, Places and Spaces

About this project

Much of what we know about modern leadership derives from traditional understandings of how titular leaders operate within fixed organisational forms and how they manage planned change. But what about the more fluid and informal networks and partnerships where business, public agencies, communities and universities come together to get things done? This suite of writing and research attempts to make sense of the highly complex nature and processes adopted by these little known discursive communities, explaining for the first time, how they come to impact socially on the world around them by enacting their preferred types of leadership.

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Top 250 Young University

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Top 15 for Teaching Quality

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Top 15 for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Midlands University of the Year

Midlands Business Awards 2020