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DKUK Leadership Development Workshop by Møller Institute, Churchill College, University of Cambridge and Saltoftehus

8 May 2019
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With the international perspective present at this workshop day, we encourage forward thinking companies and organisations a commitment to developing their leadership teams and an international interest and outreach to attend.

Date
8 May 2019
Time
10:00 – 15:30
Venue
Saltoftehus
Saltoftevej 7
Svebølle DK-4470
Denmark
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Price
Members: DKK 1350.00 per person, including workshop, breaks and lunch. Payable to Saltoftehus - payment details on successful application. Non Members: DKK 1595.00 per person, including workshop, breaks and lunch. Payable to Saltoftehus - payment details on successful application.

Dear Members and Friends,

We are proud to invite you to this special workshop in Denmark connecting you with Møller Institute, Churchill College part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge.

Connecting people & generations – Leadership in an ever-changing tomorrow.

Set at the historical estate of Saltoftehus in Denmark you will be introduced to a truly inspirational leadership development workshop, delivered by Møller Institute’s executive education team, who will challenge your “Explorer Mindset” which includes: ambiguity tolerance, preparedness, personal resilience, perspective taking and leading innovation:

How can leaders shape future global supply networks through digital innovation?

The workshop will give you an insight of a unique set of characteristics that will enable you accelerate the performance of your business or your business unit by leading with agility through change and uncertainty, and learn how senior leaders from global companies benefit from this.


10.00: Welcome by Birgitte Boserup, CEO and owner of Saltoftehus

Developing leaders at Møller Institute, Cambridge Gillian Secrett, CEO.

Your Explorer Mindset, introducing the Senior Leadership Development Programmne, Cathy Butler, Head of Executive Education.

Leadership in uncertain times –  How to develop ambiguity tolerance, preparedness, and personal resilience. Ruth Berry, Programme Director, Explorer Mindset. Ruth will share 20+ years’ of experience in leadership development for multinationals, including Maersk, Royal Dutch Shell, Fujitsu as well as world leading professional services firms, including DLA Piper and Eversheds Sutherland. Ruth’s leadership work focuses on personal effectiveness to accelerate performance, personal resilience, and leading change.

13.00: Networking Lunch

Leading innovation in uncertain times – How can leaders shape future global supply networks through digital innovation? Dr Jagjit Singh Srai, Jag is head of the Centre for International Manufacturing, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge. Dr Srai has extensive experience of advising on large scale complex physical and digital supply chain projects and collaborations to underpin major organisational change. He has advised global corporates including GSK, Astra Zeneca, Lego, Grundfos, Oticon and IKEA.

Digital attitudes, perspective taking, reverse mentoring – connecting the generations to lead – Ruth Berry and Dr Jag Srai.

The event will end with Drinks & Networking.


This event is strictly by invitation only and subject to a charge. We welcome applications to attend by stating: Full name, position and company name to Mads on email.

  • Organisers
  • Møller Institute and Churchill College
  • How and why?
  • Who should attend?

The inspiration comes from the connection between two leaders, Sir Winston Churchill and Danish shipping magnate Mærsk McKinney Møller, whose vision and benefaction to Churchill College in 1992 has created this unique ‘Centre for Excellence’. 

As a wholly owned subsidiary of Churchill College, the Møller Institute continues the College’s mission to build bridges between academia and business and all of our profits are covenanted back to support the College.

Their unique position within the University of Cambridge means that they are part of an ecosystem that gives unrivalled access to the high-tech and scientific community and cutting-edge research, and there Executive Education programmes are delivered under the Royal Charter of Churchill College, University of Cambridge.

Part of the University of Cambridge, Churchill College is an open, progressive and outward-looking centre of excellence.

Receiving its Royal Charter in 1960, Churchill College, is the national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. It is the embodiment of his vision of how higher education can benefit society in the modern age.

Like the thirty other colleges in the University of Cambridge, Churchill College is committed to outstanding academic achievement; 32 College Members have won the Nobel Prize.

The College foundation specifies a focus in mathematics, science and technology, with 70% of its students studying subjects in these fields. Churchill also has many students in the arts and humanities and academic teaching and performance is outstanding across the board.

Open, friendly, progressive and outward-looking, Churchill strives to build bridges from academe to business and the professions. It pioneered the entry of women to all-male colleges. It seeks and welcomes able students who might not otherwise aspire to come to Cambridge. It draws a rich variety of scholars from abroad, through Overseas Fellowships and schemes such as the Winston Churchill Scholarships. It engages with politicians, political commentators, historians and the media through the work of the Churchill Archives Centre; and it collaborates with the business world through the Møller Institute’s executive education programmes and award-winning conferencing at the Møller Centre.

Churchill College provides an inspiring and supportive environment, as its founder wished, for new generations keen to learn and to meet the challenges of the future.

Find out more about Churchill College and Møller Institute

Birgitte Boserup, CEO & Owner SLATOFTEHUSE at Saltofte Gods explains:

Almost two years ago I visited Møller Institute, Churchill College in the University of Cambridge, recommended by the Danish UK Association in London. Having previously worked for AP Møller Mærsk for several years I instantly felt ”at home” at this Danish-designed, world-class, residential leadership development and conference centre founded by Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller, and inspired by the connection between Mr. Møller and Sir Winston Churchill. However, what really laid the ground for my wish to connect Møller Institute to Saltoftehus was the staff and their obvious proudness of their workplace, its history and what values it stands for – we connected so well.

I have since worked with some wonderful people to build the connection and collaboration between Møller Institute, Saltoftehus and Mærsk headquarters in Copenhagen. I´m so proud this has been possible – and hereby proud to invite you to connect with Møller Institute and get access to our collaboration.

With the international perspective present at this workshop day, we encourage forward thinking companies and organisations a commitment to developing their leadership teams and an international interest and outreach to attend. 

 This will in particular be of interest to: 

  • C-suite leaders
  • Human Resource leaders
  • Strategic leaders
  • Financial planning leaders
  • Change management leaders. 

The programme will be conducted in English!