Leadership development and networking - designed with your organisation, for your people
As a member of The Henley Partnership, your employees are able to participate in a range of engaging online and face-to-face events. These sessions feature techniques, tips, theory and practice delivered by Henley academics as well as the best business brains and inspiring speakers from our network.
Your organisation can help co-design the programme of events, selecting from a framework of topics that are relevant to today’s business needs. Many members use The Henley Partnership as an integrated development tool for senior leaders and high-potential managers, by matching the sessions to an individual employee’s needs and interests.
Whether you choose the online, face-to-face, or combined membership, participants are able to interact, reflect and connect, and learn from the experiences of other organisations.
Key benefits include:
- Cost effective annual membership
- Programme sessions available to multiple employees
- Up to 30 events per year
- Facilitated practical sessions delivered live-online or face-to-face*
- Individuals gain new skills, challenge thinking and network, with minimal time away from work
- Provides leadership development at an organisational level
* If due to COVID-19 restrictions we are unable to deliver face-to-face, events will be hosted online.
Who is the Henley Partnership for?
Participants are senior managers, directors, leaders or high-potential middle-managers from our member companies; they may decide to attend one event or many, depending on their individual requirements.
As you can see from our client list, participating companies range from small independent businesses to large global organisations.
Delivery and fees
Currently all events are live-online. In future, they will either be:
- Face-to-face: immersive one-day events delivered at our Greenlands campus
- Live-online: two-hour facilitated online events, enabling you to learn and network from anywhere in the world
Annual membership fee
We have 3 membership offerings, with prices starting from £10,000.
|Full Membership||Virtual Membership||Face-to-Face Membership|
|£20,000 (£25,000 from 1 January 2023)||£15,000||£10,000 (£15,000 from 1 January 2023)|
|10 webinars (up to 50 participants*)||10 webinars (up to 50 participants*)||10 face-to-face masterclasses (up to two participants*)|
|10 online masterclasses (up to three participants*)||10 online masterclasses (up to three participants*)|
|10 face-to-face masterclasses (up to two participants*)|
|Up to 550 total places||Up to 530 total places||Up to 20 total places|
* Per member organisation.
If due to COVID-19 restrictions we are unable to deliver face-to-face, events will be hosted online.
How many people typically attend an event?
In total, webinars typically have 100 attendees from across our member organisations; online masterclasses 30-60 attendees; and face-to-face masterclasses 30-40 attendees.
The programme of events
You tell us what you would like to see on the agenda. Our learning specialists then collaborate with speakers and facilitators to turn these topics into a dynamic programme of events.
Currently the programme is designed around member-identified themes including Leadership, Personal Effectiveness, Strategy and Innovation, Change, and Coaching.
How does the Partnership work?
We work with our members to develop and deliver events.
This collaboration provides flexible learning that suits business requirements and individual development needs. Your input will help you use the Partnership as an integral part of your leadership development process, and we can provide support to help you launch and promote the programme.
Gemma Tysoe, Head of HR & Talent Development, describes how the Henley Partnership offers its leaders a wide range of opportunities across different subject areas and challenges their thinking.
Sharon Hutchinson, Senior Culture Strategy & Delivery Manager, explains how the Henley Partnership has helped broaden the perspectives of their senior leaders and offers new ideas as well as sharing best practice.