Wednesday 26 September
We will focus on the Holy Grail of Happiness at work. Happy and engaged workplaces are more profitable, have a higher share growth, and lower costs. Teams have higher staff retention, less sickness and are more productive. This month’s Forum will include members of the Danish-UK Association’ The Human Capital and Organisational Development Network – HCOD – a special professional interest group run by the Danish-UK Association.
We know through the Møller Institute’s Danish heritage that the Danes are consistently ranked as one of the world’s happiest workforces. This session will be led by Møller Associate Ruth Berry and will feature contributions from Danish and Scandinavian organisations including Scandinavian Airlines System. Places are limited, register here now to be sure of your place.
26 September HRD Forum outline
09:30 – Registration
10:00 – Welcome and introduction – Cathy Butler, Head of Programmes
10:15 – Session 1 – Ruth Berry
11:15 – Break
11:30 – Session 2 – Scandinavian Airlines System
12:30 – Lunch and networking
13:30 – Session 3 – TBC
14:10 – Break
14:20 – Session 4 – TBC
14:50 – Close and thanks – Cathy Butler, Head of Programmes
Møller HRD Forum: Approaches to Leadership Development
‘If you want one year of prosperity grow grain, if you want ten years of prosperity grow trees, but if you want 100 years of prosperity grow people.’ Chinese Proverb.
This is an invitation only Forum developed by the Møller Institute team at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, for a select group of HR Directors and, facilitated by Møller Institute 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. All events take place at the Møller Centre, Churchill College in the University of Cambridge.
Previous forums have focused on employee engagement, viral change and mindfulness.
The HR Forum takes place in the Study Centre at the Møller Centre, Storey’s Way, Cambridge, CB3 0DS.