31st May from 2.00-3:00pm (London time) /  9.00-10.00am (New York time)

Leading the Digital Frontier: Essential Skills, Strategies, & Insights for Tomorrow's Education Leaders 

Join us for an exclusive invite only event tailored for emerging and established leaders in education and training. This masterclass will delve into the digital education skills essential for leadership within the evolving landscapes of hybrid and virtual campuses.

What to expect

  • Changing Dynamics of Leadership: Explore how leadership roles and responsibilities are transforming in hybrid and virtual educational institutions. We'll examine the challenges and opportunities that digital environments present for educational leaders.

  • Digital Skills Development: Gain insights into the essential digital skills that leaders need to effectively manage and inspire their teams in a technology-driven educational landscape.

  • Authentic Leadership in Digital Education: Learn about the principles of authentic leadership and how they can be applied in digital settings to enhance engagement, trust, and effectiveness.

About the speakers

Dr Maren Deepwell

Dr Maren Deepwell works with organisations and emerging leaders in education and the not-for-profit sector as an executive trouble shooter, strategic advisor and coach. 

With over 10 years experience in an executive role and having led an independent charity as CEO to become a fully virtual organisation, Maren is expert in hybrid working , author of Leading Virtual Teams and host of the accompanying podcast. 

Maren has a background in Anthropology and Fine Art, which helps bring creativity and curiosity to her work as a leader and a coach. Her specific focus is on leadership and career development, digital wellbeing, managing change and creative problem solving.  

Dr Lynne Taylerson

Dr Lynne Taylerson is a teacher educator, mentor, author-researcher and digital learning designer in the post-16 education sector.

She has 20 years’ experience in curriculum design for lifelong and professional learning both online and in-person working with colleges, independent learning providers and not-for-profit organisations.

Lynne specialises in digital skills and pedagogy, artificial intelligence for education and strategic leadership development. Her current research interests are around informal online learning communities and minimising the impacts of the ‘digital divide’ for disadvantaged learners.