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 Møller Executive Education team provided leadership development content for the Forum which included a session from Møller Senior Associate Sudhanshu Palsule exploring ‘Leading change in an uncertain world.”
Gunnar Larsen, Managing Director of Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce explained, “Our HCOD Network is a platform for Human Resource management within membership of the Danish UK Chamber of Commerce Premier Membership – the Advisory Board – to share organisational and managerial best-practice, expertise and develop business opportunities in an inspiring way, and there could be few places as inspiring as the iconic Danish-designed leadership development and conferencing centre.
Sudhanshu’s talk focused on building the resources to lead change in times of complexity and how to inspire people through authenticity and purpose. For his talk to be delivered in a place inspired by the connection between two great leaders, Sir Winston Churchill and Danish shipping magnate Maersk McKinney Møller, was very special and resonated with the Danish business leaders present. The group also heard from Lone Jacobson, Analyst Relations Director at Schneider Electric on their Thought Leadership Journey.
They were preceded by HCOD Network Chair Lani Bannach, Essenta, who set the scene of the Symposium. Her talk focused on how to analyse the environment, assess the effectiveness of the strategy, and how to be prepared to rise to the challenge of speed and complexity!”
Møller Executive Education typically partner with CEOs, Heads of Learning & Development and other senior executives to design and deliver practical leadership development programmes for their current and future leaders. Our experienced faculty work alongside these clients to understand and address specific business needs and challenges through practical, highly-customised programmes, which create positive outcomes for individuals, organisations and their communities that have a lasting impact.
For more information about the Danish-UK Chamber of Commerce, visit www.ducc.co.uk.