Henley Forum Conference, Amplifying our Practice

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Date of event: 6 March 2019
Event ends: 7 March 2019
Start time: 09:15
End time: 17:00
Price: Early bird = £950 + VAT for both days. Book by 31 Jan.
Henley Forum Conference, Amplifying our Practice

Henley Forum 19thAnnual Conference

Amplifying our practice: Boosting organisational performance

Wednesday 6 – Thursday 7 March 2019

Here to advance practice

This conference is focused on practice. It takes the view that, how we carry out and continually improve our professional work matters. It matters for us, and it matters for our organisations.

As professionals, evolving our practice helps us to stay fresh and relevant. And it helps our organisations to adapt in the face of increasing technological, social and competitive pressures.

Whether we are enabling knowledge to flow, learning to be absorbed, change to catch hold, or innovation to flourish, we must raise our individual and collective game. That means continuing to develop our thinking, hone our skills and find new ways to amplify the effects of our leadership and professional practice.

As with sports teams or musical ensembles, elite organisational performance is about much more than individual players. Learning to appreciate and integrate the strengths of other professionals can help us to amplify our collective practice and boost organisational performance.

Conference speakers

As you might expect from a triple accredited business school, our flagship Annual Conference brings together some of the most practical academics and the most thoughtful practitioners working in this space. Here’s a preview:

Our Keynote speakers – are ‘most influential’ thinkers 2018 [1]:

  • Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-JudgeThe Knowledgeable practitioner: What is use of self? Why does it matter? Mee-Yan will also be running a workshop: Use of self – in action

[1] Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Professor Rob Briner are in top 3 ‘most influential’ thinkers 2018 http://www.hrmagazine.co.uk/hr-most-influential/2018-results

Practice leadership, speakers include:

  • Hannah Coffey, Executive Director of Improvement, Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Fit for the Future?
  • Verena Heubuch, OD specialist, Roche, and Ian Rodwell, Linklaters LLP

Thought leadership:

Research insights:

  • The Henley Forum Listening Project: Knowledgeable Practice for the next 10 years - Dr Sharon Varney, Director of The Henley Forum, will be joined by Marya Burgess, producer of Radio 4’s Listening Project, and Holly Gilbert from The British Library.
  • Building change-ready, change-capable teams – presenting insights from the joint research between The Henley Forum and Dr Alison Carter and Megan Edwards, Institute for Employment Studies.

Plus, we’ll be launching The Henley Forum 2020 Awards - recognising advanced practice.

Click here for full conference brochure and registration form.

BOOK NOW

Our conference is always popular, so BOOK NOW to reserve your place. Our conference participants come from a range of sectors and functions, stimulating new thinking and offering excellent opportunities for networking.

And if that wasn’t good enough, we have an Early Bird place at £950 +VAT if you book by 31 January. Full rates are £1,250 +VAT for two days, £775 +VAT for one day. Henley Loyalty rates apply for current Henley Business School programme members and members of other Henley Business School research centres and knowledge hubs. Terms apply.

You can book online with a credit or debit card. Or complete and return your booking form to henleyforum@henley.ac.uk

At the leading edge

The Henley Forum is a cross-sector, cross-disciplinary community. It’s an ideal place to spark your ideas, energise your thinking, and expand your network. Join us to share experiences, learn together and spread good practices.

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Contact Us

For more information please contact Marina Hart by email at henleyforum@henley.ac.uk or by phone on +44 (0) 1491 418 723 .

Getting There

Greenlands Campus

Henley Business School,
Greenlands,
Henley-on-Thames
Oxfordshire
RG9 3AU