The purpose of this 3-hour master class is to equip leaders with the knowledge and understanding of the Triarchic Theory of Cognitive Disposition, empowering them to effectively navigate the complexities and uncertainties in today's rapidly changing world.
The masterclass deals with the following question: To what extent are the traditional knowledge production paradigms valuable to the modern research discourse? The university traditions on research come under focus. The purpose of this 3-hour masterclass is to equip researchers with the knowledge and understanding of knowledge co-production and the value of knowledge creation and distribution to provide value to the university community within the ambit of Education 5.0 and the growing need for research outcomes as societal value.
This Critical Conversation will introduce the Triarchic Leadership Mindset for navigating the complex today and uncertain tomorrow. Mental processes form the bedrock of leadership thinking, reasoning, and acting, and the right mindset is critical for navigating the complex, chaotic, and unpredictable times we find ourselves in, let alone an uncertain future. This Critical Conversation will introduce attendees to the appropriate mindset required to successfully lead in these challenging times.
We will discuss the capabilities and limitations of current popular AI tools such as ChatGPT. Our goal is to explore what machine intelligence might look like, how far along we are, and what threats it may pose in the future. We will survey current uses of AI and ML in production environments as a baseline for informed forecasting.
CHEC Higher Education Leadership Development (HELD) is planning a series of Critical Conversations and Masterclasses to assist our universities in emerging key point. We would like your feedback on themes to guide future topics for the forthcoming 2023 series of CHEC Critical Conversations and Masterclasses. It will take around 10 minutes to complete.
You are invited to join us at STIAS for the first face to face closing ceremony of the CHEC capacity development programmes. If you are unable to join physically, a zoom link will be shared as well. Let’s get together and share our experiences.
The Creating the Leading-Edge Programme (CLE) has been developed by and for the universities in the Western Cape and is presented under the auspices of the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC). The purpose of the CLE is: “To build and develop human capacity to create a thriving and supportive HE workspace.”