The Tropical Library at Lumière London
1-2 Silex Street,
|Date of event:||23 November 2017|
|Event ends:||23 November 2017|
Henley Centre for Leadership invites you to the Lab Preview Evening, held on 23rd November from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. This Preview is an opportunity for business leaders to discover with Dr Bernd Vogel, Director of the Henley Centre for Leadership and his colleagues, how the HCL Lab will work to benefit their organisations. It will also enable guests to explore the Lab’s particular combination of peer-to-peer learning, exploration and research for sustained leadership excellence.
The workshop will be led by Dr Caroline Rook, whose expertise lies in creating healthy workplaces through exploring the links between leadership and well-being. The evening’s focus will be on leading healthy, resilient organisations and individuals as the fundament for high performance – a challenge that lies at the heart of all organisations.
Many organisations run well-being and resilience programmes but productivity and work engagement levels remain patchy. Why are these initiatives failing despite significant financial investment? In our current fast-paced business environment and economic climate, senior managers and their teams alike are faced with constantly changing priorities and setbacks but are still under constant pressure to show sustained leadership performance. We will explore how to improve resilience in managers as well as across their teams and organisation, in order to develop consistently high performance.
Outcomes of the evening:
You will experience some of the strengths of the HCL Lab approach and
Who will attend?
18.00 Networking - drinks and canapés
18.30 Welcome. Why your organisation could benefit from the HCL Lab
18.50 Leading Healthy, Resilient Organisations for High Performance
20.10 The building blocks of the HCL Lab and Q&A
Registration is free, but there are limited spaces available. To register your interest for this event, please contact Jessica Ecott on firstname.lastname@example.org
1-2 Silex Street,