Thursday 22 March, 18:30-20:30, London


Is it possible to demonstrate a measurable impact of Leadership Development initiatives *on the business*? We'll be exploring this topic, hosted by Culturevists at the Financial Times.

So far we've seen a lot of programmes that measure what people learn on the programme itself, but don't even to try to quantify how, or why, that's made them better leaders for the company.

We'll be inviting people to share examples of being able to demonstrate measurable impact on the business from their leadership interventions, and how they went about making that happen. We're also hoping to hear some great ideas around Leadership Development content and structure of programmes and initiatives.

Culturevist is a network of people creating companies people love. We are in companies such as Airbnb, Buffer, Monzo and Harrods. This is an event for us all to learn, rather than to sell.


18:30 Arrive and networking
19:00 Welcome
19:15 Setting the scene - talk from the Financial Times, followed by discussions
20:00 Networking
20:30 Close


To help us create a rich learning environment and keep a balance of who's in the room, Consultants and Suppliers related to developing company culture and branding are welcome to join providing you get someone who is not a Consultant or Supplier to register and attend. To do so, add your name to the waiting list, and once the person you're introducing has signed up, email with the name of the person.

Only those on the approved list with be able to enter the event.

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