Time: June 21, 2011 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: Standard Chartered Bank
Street: 1, Basinghall Avenue
City/Town: London EC2V 5DD
Phone: o1582 761684
Event Type: cafe-style, workshop, with, buffet, lunch
Organized By: Deborah Booth/Jonathan Cormack/Karen Maxwell
Latest Activity: May 30, 2011
Would you like to find out what developers will be talking about in 2011? We already have over 20 participants so hurry if you wish to join us.
Lessons from the Battlefield
Making a Difference that Makes a Difference
1-5pm Tuesday 21st June 2011
Our Spring e-O&P* authors are coming to town!
You are cordially invited to join a selection of the authors of the best new thinking in the development field. An informal lunch will be followed by an opportunity to discuss their ideas in greater depth as we explore issues such as…
o What does it mean to be a ‘developer’ in 2011?
o Why do our attempts at radical change fail? What should we do about it?
o How can we best use different approaches to Action Learning?
o How can leaders and teams find new meaning and identity in work?
o Why should developers stop being afraid of evaluating their interventions?
o How can we coach ‘failing’ leaders?
o How can developers help senior teams in failing organisations?
o How could an obsession with strategy and personal responsibility help organisations and their leaders survive turbulent conditions?
Our e-O&P Event will take the form of a ‘café-style’ workshop, facilitated by Karen Maxwell.
It will be hosted for e-O&P by Standard Chartered Bank at their London Headquarters at 1, Basinghall Avenue, London EC2V 5DD. Numbers will be strictly limited, so book your place now by contacting Deb Booth: 01582-761 684/077921 68521 firstname.lastname@example.org. £20 for AMED members/eO&P subscribers and £25 for networkers/other.To pay via Paypal click here Cash or cheque to 'AMED' please.
We would like to thank Standard Chartered Bank for their generosity in providing lunch and a venue. Half our proceeds will go their charity, Seeing is Believing http://www.seeingisbelieving.org.uk/
*e-Organisations and People is the journal of the Association for Management Education and Development (AMED) www.amed.org.uk