During this interactive session, Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) staff will guide you in an in-depth exploration of leadership styles and skills to better understand your own leadership strengths and challenges.  First you will identify your personal leadership style, then you will join small groups of other participants with the same (or similar) styles to discuss how this relates to different contexts you may encounter during your career in conservation. The session offers a space for you to network with other conservationists and grow as leaders. You will leave the session with a deeper understanding of what it means to be a leader, and a new appreciation for a variety of leadership approaches and how these can benefit your work.

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Kate Tointon
Communications Executive, Fauna & Flora International

Kate joined the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP), based at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), in February 2020. She has worked in a variety of science communication roles, and has a BSc in Zoology and Psychology, an MSc in Animal Behaviour, and a PhD in Zoology. Kate has had a lifelong interest in ecological research and wildlife conservation, and has studied a variety of species in the field, including Atlantic puffins in the UK, Horsfield’s hawk cuckoos in Japan, and Aegean wall lizards in Greece.

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