Leadership & Management Wales

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Leadership & Management wales is an organisation funded by the Welsh Government and the European Social Fund to encourage the development of leadership and management skills among businesses in Wales.

Background[edit]

It was formed in 2009[1] in response to a report entitled Skills That Work for Wales,[2] and is run by a consortium, led by Cardiff Business School at Cardiff University, and also including Glyndwr University, Aberystwyth University, and Tattum Guest Associates. Its main office is in Cardiff, with others in Wrexham and Aberystwyth.

It is part of the Welsh Government's Workforce Development Programme and Enhancing Leadership and Management Skills (ELMS) programme. LMW runs events, conducts and commissions research, and provides online resources and information on funding and training courses.

LMW states on its website that it was “formed to support businesses in developing their leadership and management development (LMD) skills, enabling them to increase efficiency and help grow the economy in Wales”.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Two Years in Review 2009-2011, Leadership & Management Wales, 2011" (PDF).[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Skills That Work For Wales, Welsh Assembly Government, 2008".

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