Møller Institute – ambition achieved

The Møller Centre has recently fulfilled its long-held strategic ambition to become the Møller Institute reflecting the significance and global impact of its work. Gillian Secrett, CEO, explained, “The Møller Institute encompasses all that we do with our clients in the fields of leadership development and executive education and represents the vision of our founder […]

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Professor Stephen Hawking commends father’s role in progress towards NTD elimination

World-renowned cosmologist hails advances in neglected tropical diseases as “one of the most successful health initiatives of recent times” The acclaimed physicist Professor Stephen Hawking highlighted the pioneering work of his father, Dr Frank Hawking, at an event to mark the one billionth treatment for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) at the Møller Centre today (12 […]

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One billionth neglected tropical diseases treatment

Physicist Professor Stephen Hawking will lead global celebrations to mark the one billion treatments that Sightsavers and partners have delivered to people affected by neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). Professor Hawking will speak at an event at the Møller Centre, Churchill College, University of Cambridge this week that will also include an address from Sightsavers President […]

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Møller Centre launches 25th Anniversary Year

The Møller Centre, Churchill College, founded in 1992, launched the start of its 25th anniversary year by looking to the future in a Practical Leadership Symposium focused on the key challenges facing business leaders over the next 25 Years. To mark the celebration the Møller have published a book, Leadership Perspectives, featuring 25 leaders who […]

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Gillian Secrett, Møller Centre CEO, receives royal Danish order

On the occasion of the end of Claus Grube’s tenure as Danish Ambassador to the UK , Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has bestowed Gillian Secrett, CEO of the Møller Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge with a Knighthood of the Order of Dannebrog in recognition of her services, promotion and support for Denmark and […]

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Executives need new navigation skills for 21st Century

A new residential programme has been launched by Cambridge-based Møller Executive Education to prepare senior leaders for the extreme and complex business environment, which some are calling the ‘fourth industrial revolution’. In response to the highly complex, competitive and unpredictable environment emerging in the 21st Century – and unprecedented in our lifetimes – Møller Executive […]

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Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce – Operating in dynamic complexity

Over 30 Danish senior leaders from some of Denmark’s largest organisations including LEGO; Scandinavian Airline Systems; Novo Nordisk UK Ltd and Schneider Electric met at the Møller Centre in June for their quarterly Human Resource Forum to discuss ‘Operating in dynamic complexity.’ As a member of the Danish UK Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board, the […]

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Does having a purpose add to shareholder value?

What is the Power of Purpose for an organisation, its stakeholders and wider society? A powerful combination of CEOs and HR Directors from successful global organisations and world-renowned leadership scholars were convened by the Executive Education team at the Møller Centre (Friday 21 April). The purpose? To examine and debate the Power of Purpose in […]

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