9–11 May 2018 | London, England
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Attending the Annual Accreditation Conference: Europe, Middle East, and Africa is a unique opportunity to learn and understand the AACSB Accreditation Standards while gaining insight into the latest trends in these regions. Discover the challenges schools in these areas face regarding accreditation and formulate solutions that will help the accreditation community worldwide. Network with peers, connect with experienced quality assurance managers, meet with accreditation staff, and exchange ideas and best practices with professionals from around the world at this AACSB event.
If your initial accreditation visit or continuous improvement review is coming up, or you’re simply interested in learning about accreditation through a new perspective, you will find the ideal blend of learning and networking opportunities at this conference.
Deans, associate/assistant deans, accreditation managers and quality assurance coordinators, department chairs, faculty, those interested in pursuing AACSB Accreditation, those with initial accreditation or continuous improvement review visits coming up in the next few years, and those interested in pursuing partnerships and collaborations with schools in Europe, Middle East, or Africa.
Michael Chaskalson, Author, The Mindful Workplace, Professor, Practice adjunct, Hult Ashridge Executive Education
Michael is a pioneer in the application of mindfulness to leadership and workplace contexts. He is a Professor of Practice adjunct at Hult Ashridge Executive Education and the author of several books, papers and book chapters on mindfulness - in general and in organisations- as well as mindful leadership.
He co-led the training on a world-first wait-list controlled trial of the effects of an eight-week Mindful Leader programme with senior business leaders at Ashridge.
He is the author of “The Mindful Workplace” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), the bestselling “Mindfulness in Eight Weeks” (Harper Thorsons, 2014) and co-author of “Mind Time” (Harper Thorsons, 2018).
Chief Academic Officer
Hult International Business School
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