Møller HRD Forum: Approaches to Leadership Development

Tuesday 6 June

This is an invitation only forum developed by the Møller Centre’s Executive Education team at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, for a small group of HR Directors and, facilitated by Møller Executive Education leadership development specialists to discuss approaches to the development of leaders within their businesses and organisations.

We explore new and current approaches, best practice, the typical challenges we face and how we can best design and deliver high impact programmes and interventions that will bring about real change and demonstrate a return on investment for the business.

We plan a series of interesting discussions, inform each other around what works and what doesn’t – and participants will leave with some new connections and sources of help and some good ideas to take forward into our future work.

The next forum is on Tuesday 6 June when we will focus part of the day on the HR role in maximising the effectiveness of leadership of high performance teams. The second part of the day will consider why the concept of the power of purpose, or invisible leadership is important for us to consider in our organisational development agendas, in particular in terms of its potential business effect and impact on the bottom line.

Picture of a lady educating business executives at a flip-chart

The session outline is as follows:

8:30 Coffee and refreshments available and an opportunity to network
10:00 Introduction from Møller Executive Education and the HRD Forum, who we are and what we do. Development of key discussion areas and topics for the day.
10:45 Presentation and discussion on high performance team working, including current research from our global network.
11:30 Break
11:45 Discussions around approaches to high performance team working.
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Presentation on The Power of Purpose in leadership.
15:10 Consolidation and next steps
15:30 Close

To apply to join this forum please register here

Future dates are as follows:

Tuesday 26 September
Wednesday 13 December

You can register for these dates using the above link.