Strategy & LeadershipHR StrategyHow is your organisation building a leadership culture?

How is your organisation building a leadership culture?

Developing supportive leaders and a strong leadership culture is vital for all organisations but the fast changing business world means it has many more challenges than before.

Developing supportive leaders and a strong leadership culture is vital for all organisations but the fast changing business world means it has many more challenges than before.

 

  • What does globalisation mean for your leadership culture?
  • How prepared are you for technology’s role in training for leadership development?
  • What best practice development opportunities can organisations provide to their global leader talent pool?

 

Join fellow HR executives to answer these and many other key questions about Building Future Leaders.

The free to attend HRD Summit event in association with Buzzacott will take place in central London on 24 November.

Register your interest, places are limited to 15 people

To register your interest in this free to attend roundtable discussion please complete the registration form or email Rupert.Cole@contentive.com.

 

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