Suntory’s Global Leadership Development Programme

In late 2018, the Møller Institute team won a substantial new contract in Japan as strategic partner for Suntory’s Global Leadership Development Programme, its flagship multi-module, multi-region investment in developing future leaders. Richard Buttrey , Client Director explained, “Suntory has created a Global Leadership Development Programme for 24 of its most promising young stars from all […]

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Deppon and McKinsey & Company

In May 2018, Bruce Simpson, a senior partner of McKinsey & Company and Alumnus of Churchill College worked with the Møller Institute team to design and deliver a unique and high impact experiential, immersive leadership development programme for the emerging leadership team at Chinese logistics giant Deppon.  Here, he tells us the benefits of the […]

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Karama – promoting womens’ leadership in the Arab region

In 2018 the Møller Institute developed a ground-breaking leadership development programme for senior women from Karama, a regional NGO based in Egypt and operating across the Arab region, to support women leaders to continue their significant influence in policy and decision making at local, national and international level with renewed courage and resilience. Background Karama’s […]

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Newton Business School

Global Fashion CEO Programme Newton Business School is a first-class fashion business school focusing on international fashion buyers, fashion management, fashion innovation and luxury management. It is a premier international fashion education and development centre in Asia and one of the biggest three fashion buyer education institutions in the world. In the past fifteen years, […]

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China Development Bank (CDB)

China Development Bank (CDB), established in 1994, is a state-funded and state-owned development finance institution operating as an independent legal entity under the direct leadership of the State Council. CDB is dedicated to supporting China’s economic development in key industries and underdeveloped sectors.  CDB has a registered capital of RMB 421.248 billion. It aligns its […]

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Saudi Arabia National Guard Healthcare Management Leadership Programme

In 2018 we delivered the ‘Cambridge Clinical Leadership Programme’ to King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences in Riyadh. The Saudi Arabia Ministry Of National Guard-Health Affairs (MNG-HA) is a publicly-funded multi-specialty academic accountable health system. It integrates clinical care with research and education. MNG-HA was founded in 1982 with a vision of providing […]

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British Council Future Leaders Connect

Møller Institute, at Churchill College in the University of Cambridge recently (October 2018 and October 2017) delivered a five-day leadership and policy development programme for the British Council’s Future Leaders Connect initiative to 50 exceptional emerging policy leaders, aged 18-35, from India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Tunisia, UK and USA.

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Young Leaders – Churchill Leadership Fellows

The Financial Times published (16/10/15) a four-page feature and video interview showcasing seven of 24 young leaders taking part in the Møller Institute’s innovative Churchill Leadership Fellows programme — a unique next generation leaders development programme aimed to equip young leaders with the skills to be tomorrow’s game-changers. We have a strong track record of […]

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Tianjin Health & Family Planning Commission

Chinese healthcare leaders and policy makers learn from UK’s NHS challenges with Møller Executive Education. A series of leadership development programmes for Chinese Healthcare leaders designed by Møller Executive Education in Cambridge has delivered significantly improved efficiency, skills and medical innovation in China. Over the last seven years the Møller Executive Education team at Churchill […]

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Metro

The leadership team at Metro, the world’s most-read free paper, wanted to explore new ways of creating value for its urbanite readership in a rapidly evolving media landscape, in order to shape its strategy for the coming 18 months.

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