The sessions are taking place in Melbourne on 4 and 5 of May 2016, and will involve one of the discussions that takes place in the programme, so L&D professionals can get a first-hand understanding of the methodology.
The Cranlana Programme are an independent not-for-profit ethics organisation and have been running programmes for senior executives since 1993.
The aim of their programmes is to develop ethical clarity, resilience and practical wisdom in leaders. All of which are traits required in today’s uncertain and increasingly complex world.
The Executive Colloquium involves six days of confidential discussions where participants are challenged to examine the beliefs that shape their values and inform their actions.
The leaders also have an opportunity to reflect on issues critical to the theory and practice of effective leadership.
Instead of cultivating leadership through vocational training or management coaching, the programme focuses on intellectual inquiry that seeks to develop the resilience required by leaders in today’s challenging world.
Wednesday 4 May 2016, 10.00am – 12.00pm
Thursday 5 May 2016, 3.00–5.00pm
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/an-introduction-to-the-cranlana-programmes-executive-colloquium-tickets-24614980068
For more information on the Executive Colloquium: http://executivecolloquium.cranlana.org.au
For more information on the Cranlana Programme: http://cranlana.org.au
Picture: The house where the Cranlana Programme runs the programmes in.
Free information sessions are being offered by the Cranlana Programme to give L&D managers and executives the chance to learn about their flagship executive development offering, the Executive Colloquium.