Conference Registration

Your conference registration includes access to all conference sessions, keynote addresses, refreshment breaks, lunch both days, two receptions, the exhibit area, and other non-ticketed events.

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Registration Rates
US Dollar ZAR
Early Rate

ILA Member

$191 2456

Non-member

$285 3665
Regular Rate (Wednesday, January 10 2018)

ILA Member

$220 2824

Non-member

$328 4215
On-site Rate (Wednesday, May 02 2018)

ILA Member

$253 3248

Non-member

$377 4847

Registration Questions?

If you have questions about or problems with your conference registration, please call us at +1 (202) 470-4818 or email us at conferences@ila-net.org.


If you require a visa invitation letter, please contact carto.abrams-swarts@up.ac.za and please do so well in advance of 20 days when the document is required.


GENERAL POLICIES

  1. All conference attendees, including presenters and speakers, MUST be registered in order to attend.
  2. To qualify for the ILA member rate, your membership must be current at the time of registration through the end of the conference (May 31, 2018).
  3. Registration fees DO NOT include ILA Membership. If you wish to register at the member pricing, please join ILA prior to logging in to the online registration form.


CANCELLATION & PAYMENT POLICIES

  1. Registration payment is required within 30 days of registering. Unpaid registrations more than 30 days old are subject to deletion.
  2. CANCELLATIONS - must be emailed by April 30, 2018

Conference registration cancellations are refundable, less a 30 USD or 385 ZAR fee. No refunds can be issued after April 30, 2018.




"I take great pleasure in highly recommending the Next Generation Leadership conference that will take place in Pretoria, 30-31 May 2018. Hosted by the International Leadership Association and the Albert Luthuli Centre for Responsible Leadership at the University of Pretoria, the conference embodies several elements that I consider to be essential to the future of leadership: (1) a focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and its 17 global leadership challenges facing next generation leadership; (2) a focus on the importance of developing the leadership capacity of youth across Africa and the rest of the world to engage proactively with pressing challenges in business and society; (3) a multi-stakeholder perspective that brings together international, continental and local experts from government, industry, academia, civil society, and business.

The world is at a critical juncture. While we have identified the global challenges facing the planet, there is an urgent need to mobilize the next generation who, by all indications, may bear the brunt of insufficient action. The location of the conference in Africa underscores our need to mobilize youth. Fourteen of the 15 countries with the youngest population are in Africa. The conference will provide an opportunity to have intense conversations about developing a next generation of leaders who embrace responsible leadership — an ethical leadership that embraces the connectedness of the planet with a commitment to enabling a better world for all. We cannot leave it to chance that the right leadership will emerge but need to be proactive in identifying best practices and innovative ways to work with youth in developing the next generation of leadership.

I highly appreciate the tremendous amount of voluntary work from conference co-chairs Lize Booysen and Derick de Jongh. They have put together an inspiring program bringing together people working to create multi-disciplinary ideas, solutions-oriented approaches, and collaborative practices for leading meaningful change in sustainable, ethical, and inclusive ways. I receive great benefit from my membership in the ILA and I encourage others to join today and register for Next Generation Leadership."

Stella M. Nkomo, University of Pretoria
ILA Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree, 2017




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