This symposium explores the benefits and costs to the institution, and personal motivation, of academic
leaders whom choose to teach whilst leading. Speakers will include the President of a University, whom has
lead it through major university wide curriculum reform, that university's Dean of Teaching and Learning, in
addition to two Heads of Business Schools, one of whom chooses to teach whilst the other made the choice
to step back from teaching, and a faculty member whom has moved between the roles of Head of School
(teaching and leading) and now is a Professor focused on teaching and research.