Henley Forum: Transition in a changing world Part 3 - Wider world
|Date||18 January 2023|
|Time||10:00-16:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Price||Free to Henley Forum Members|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Greenlands Campus|
Parts 1 and 2 in our series of Henley Forum members’ events explored transition for individuals and organisations. In Part 3, we are going bigger and making connections across organisational boundaries.
In a range of speaker, workshop and case study sessions, we will be exploring questions such as:
- Change for what? What’s our purpose?
- How is the working world changing? Is knowledge and learning keeping up?
- How do we learn to adapt to climate change and transition to a carbon neutral world?
- What are the big demographic shifts and transition that we will need to learn to work with
As ever, we will be inviting you to make connections and to develop actionable insights that you can apply in your world.
Full agenda to come soon
This is a hybrid event taking place at Henley Business School and online
This is a Members’ event. If you’d like to invite a colleague from another organisation to experience The Henley Forum for themselves, let us know. We have a strictly limited number of guest places* available.
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*Guest membership is a one-time offer. It is NOT an alternative to Membership.
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