On behalf of Bruce Wiesner, Jeremy Kourdi, and Mark Malcomson, we are delighted to invite you to our first FRED Leadership NeXus event in London. We have put together a one-day program which we hope you will find interesting, inspiring and intellectually challenging, in the tradition of all FRED events.
What: “Disruption in Leadership,” and how technology, social responsibility and other forces are converging to challenge leaders like never before. The discussion will explore the implications for leaders, their organizations and their partners.
When: Thursday, June 21, 2018, 9am – 5pm: lunch provided and followed by a reception
FRED NeXus events are intimate gatherings designed to expand the FRED experience and impact outside of the annual forum. The day will include the following sessions:
- Jeremy Swain, Chief Executive, Thames Reach; Jeremy has worked with homeless people since 1980. Starting out as a volunteer he is now Chief Executive of the charity Thames Reach, one of UK’s largest charities in this area.
- Dr. Martyn Newman: “Measuring EQ and Leadership Performance”; Martyn is a clinical psychologist specialising in Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Mindfulness. He is author of the bestselling book Emotional Capitalists and newly released The Mindfulness Book
- Andrew Crisp, Carrington Crisp: “What the Market is saying on Leadership Disruption”; Andrew is a founding partner of CarringtonCrisp: an education consultancy, providing market research, strategy, consulting and creative services across higher education
- Curious courses: How adults learn – a practical exploration
- Dr. James Tansey, Associate Professor – University of British Columbia’s Sauder School of Business; James will discuss his work as Executive Director of Sauder S3i, a Research Centre dedicated to social innovation and sustainability
The day will include a visit to City Lit, Europe’s largest adult education college, where you actively take part in a short course. City Lit take pride in innovating in the area of adult education for almost a century. Curious courses enable participants to rekindle their love for education in a fun and challenging way.
To register, or with questions, please contact: Samantha Bunker, EA to Mark Malcomson; Samantha.Bunker@citylit.ac.uk