Claire Hewitt, Director of The Henley Partnership will share an overview of how the Partnership’s annually designed calendar of 30 short, impactful executive learning events works and how the membership community co-designs them. You will be introduced to three of our top speakers – as voted by participant feedback – and have the opportunity to have your questions answered. This will be an interactive session where we encourage your participation.
An inspirational programme of leadership development and networking sessions that can be offered across your organisation.
The Henley Partnership offers a flexible annual programme of leadership development sessions for your organisation, pitched to inform and inspire senior leaders and high potential managers. You choose which groups and individuals in your organisation you want to attend – over 350 places are available each year. Participants benefit not only from Henley’s expert inputs, but from facilitated peer exchanges between people from multiple sectors.
There are 30 individual learning sessions delivered over the year, comprising 10 x 2 hour webinars, 10 x 2 hour masterclasses and 10 x full day face to face sessions delivered at our Henley Greenlands campus.
We work with members to identify their key challenges and learning objectives each year and design the sessions around those themes. This year they are: leadership, strategy and innovation, change, coaching, personal effectiveness, organisation.
As part of the annual package we also offer two full day, cross-company workshops each year to our company key contacts, focussing on their continuing professional development ambitions in areas of HR and L&D strategic thinking and delivery, bringing you our latest and emergent thinking against the background of Henley’s longstanding expertise and experience in executive development.
Claire is Director of The Henley Partnership, a membership organisation where corporate members determine the topics which form an annual programme of short, sharp learning sessions delivered to their senior leaders and high potential managers.
Claire’s commercial background is in marketing and innovation. Her marketing experience focussed primarily in the retail sector, where she worked for Marks and Spencer, Mars, the Arcadia Group and eventually British Airports Authority (BAA), where she was the group’s Retail Marketing Director, co-responsible for turning airports very profitably into shopping malls.