Video Proceedings of the 2013 PRME Summit
Following the good practice of convening PRME Summits between the biennial Global Forums, Steering Committee member, CEEMAN, the association of 210 members from 51 countries, and the PRME Secretariat co-organized the 2013 PRME Summit on 25-26 September 2013 in Bled, Slovenia.
The 21st CEEMAN Annual Conference, which was held on 27 September in conjunction with the 2013 PRME Summit, enabled participants to continue their discussion, while also learning more from best practices and lessons acquired from the inspiring innovations in leadership development taken by CEEMAN members.
To continue the creation of a new intellectual, research, teaching, and institutional agenda that develops leaders for the future we want, the Summit was designed as a forum to share learnings from the innovations that have been taking place among PRME signatory schools. The concept of “4 I’s” enabled to cover the four major facets of PRME:
- Inspiration: What inspiration we can get and how we can learn from philosophy, history, science, culture and arts, sports, and other fields?
- Innovation: How to unlock the next level of management education and leadership development? What role could and should PRME Champions play in this respect?
- Implementation: How to ensure and facilitate a wider and deeper implementation of PRME, sustainable development and responsible leadership among business schools and their stakeholders worldwide? What is the role that PRME Chapters could and should play to facilitate this?
- Impact: What can we do as individuals, management development institutions, their associations, including through partnerships with our stakeholders, to ensure a deeper and persistent impact on the new role of business, responsible leadership and sustainable development?
As traditional for major PRME events, the 2013 Summit combined plenary sessions with keynote addresses, panels and Q&A, as well as a series of roundtables which further contributed to hearing the voice of educators, business community, policy makers, youth, and Summit participants in general.
PRME Working groups meetings took place prior to the Summit on 24-25 September 2013.
Who should attend?
The 2013 PRME Summit is a must for all those engaged in the development of responsible leaders: business school leaders, faculty members and researchers of PRME signatories and schools that have not yet joined PRME, business and HR executives, those responsible for CSR and sustainable business practices, UN Global Compact local offices and networks, governmental representatives and NGOs, youth, media and general public.
Ljubljana International Airport Jože Pučnik (Brnik) is situated 37 km southeast of Bled (about 20-25 minutes drive). It is connected with all major European cities and airports. The Slovene national air carrier is Adria Airways. For intercontinental flights we recommend a connecting flight via Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Vienna, London or Paris. Transfer from/to Ljubljana airport can be booked through CEEMAN Office when the registration will be open.
Other neighboring international airports are in:
PRME Summit Venue
|BLED FESTIVAL HALL – CONGRESS CENTER |
Situated on the lake shore and within easy walking distance of all major hotels, the centre seating 512 is ideally located for all types of top-level corporate and entertainment events.
|IEDC-BLED SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT and CEEMAN |
Prešernova cesta 33
SI – 4260 Bled
Tel: +386 4 5792 501
Fax: +386 4 5792 500
Established in 1986 as the first business school of its type in Central and Eastern Europe, the IEDC – Bled School of Management is one of the most prominent international management development institutions in Europe. It is a place where leaders come to learn and reflect, an international center of excellence in management development, a business meeting point, and a unique place where works of art complement a creative environment for creative leadership.
CEEMAN is an international association for leadership development in dynamic societies established in 1993 with the aim of accelerating the growth in quality of management development in Central and Eastern Europe. The organization’s interests cover the quality of education, research and innovation in these economies, as well as the broad range of subjects related to change and development.
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Bled festival Hall and IEDC-Bled School of Management are located on the shores of the beautiful lake Bled and surrounded by magnificent Alpine peaks.
Airport Information, Travel directions and Weather
Bled lies in the extreme north-western part of Slovenia, at the foot of the Julian Alps, approximately 45 km from the national borders with Austria and Italy. The nearest international airports are Brnik (36 km away), Klagenfurt, Austria (70 km away), Trieste, Italy (170 km away) and Venice, Italy (300 km away).
Ljubljana airport http://www.lju-airport.si/
Based on your flight schedule we will organize a pick-up service from/to the airport for fixed price of 40 EUR, which is about 25% less than regular taxi fare. There is no public transportation going directly to Bled.
Arrival by car
- take the highway “Vienna – Villach”
- in Villach follow the signs for Slovenia (Karawanken tunnel)
- once in Slovenia take the exit for Bled (20 km after the tunnel)
- at the traffic light in Bled go straight; Lovec hotel is after 200m on the left side
- take the highway “Ljubljana – Jesenice”
- take the exit for Bled
- at the traffic light in Bled go straight and Lovec hotel is after 200m on the left side
Climate/Slovenia Most of Slovenia has a continental climate with cold winters and warm summers. The average temperatures are -2°C in January and 21°C in July. The average rainfall is 1000 mm for the coast, up to 3500 mm for the Alps, 800mm for southeast and 1400 mm for central Slovenia.
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