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Conferences 2017-04-18T17:19:19+00:00

ISL conferences, known as symposia, provide an important forum for researchers and practitioners to come together to discuss the latest developments in sustainable leadership. Our conferences are deliberately kept small so people can attend all sessions, get to know one another and discuss issues in a convivial atmosphere.

On the last day of the conference, delegates can participate in informal networking outside the conference venue on the External Development Day. As well as enjoying local sights, we visit a local sustainably run organisation or business.
In 2016 we visited Khao Hin Sorn Royal Development Learning Centre, Thailand to see Sufficiency Thinking in practice.
In 2015, we enjoyed hearing about sustainable tourism from the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, and visited a wind farm and olive grove. In 2014, we inspected the modern plant at BMW in Munich, and the previous year, delegates met with the CEO of Schneider Electric near Nice.

Testimonials from past attendees

From New Zealand: I am writing to personally thank you for the wonderful time I had at the ISL Symposium this year. It was special to meet so many fabulous people and to enjoy the warmth and hospitality…
Rachel Wolfgramm, Senior Lecturer, Management and International Business, The University of Auckland Business School
From South Africa: Thank you for a wonderful conference. I have returned and I am energized to continue researching…
Catherine le Roux, Senior Lecturer, Strategic Management, University of South Africa
From Kolkata, India: The conference was well organised and comprised papers of very good quality that were very relevant to the current debate on sustainability. It was great interacting with you all and chairing the session was indeed a pleasure…
Balram Avittathur, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
From Thailand: I’d just like to tell you that the ISL event was very wonderful. It was a great experience to be there and learn from people who are very good at what they do. It was my first time that I realize there actually are people who do care about consequences of things. I have had interests in social responsibility and sustainability since I did my master’s degree. And after I attended the conference I’m even more inspired…
Ajchara Jinapant, Lecturer, Human Resource Management Program, Naresuan University International College, Phitsanulok