Myth busting by two experts in leadership development and corporate performance
Posted by APM on 12th Dec 2014
Leadership development specialist, Dr Linda Holbeche along with occupational psychology and corporate performance expert, Dr David Pendleton will be joining our myth busting quest at the APM Project Management Conference 2015, sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight, on 19th March in London.
Dr Linda Holbeche is co- director of The Holbeche Partnership, a research-based consultancy providing services in strategic leadership, change management, organisation development (OD), HR capability and high performance working.
Voted third most influential HR thinker by Human Resources Magazine in 2009 and author of The Agile Organization, Linda will tell the delegates why organisational agility is needed, what’s involved and the risks to watch out for.
She will highlight the significant cultural, mindset and skillset shifts involved if both organisations and employees are to reap the benefits of sustainable agility.
• Book your place today and save £189 – early bird rate ends Friday 23rd January 2015
David is a specialist in leadership and corporate performance and he has been consulting in occupational psychology for over 25 years.
Edgecumbe Group was founded on a deep understanding of the psychology of leadership and engagement; their models, methods and tools are all underpinned by rigorous research evidence; designed to help clients release the potential within their organisation, providing world class leadership development programmes in partnership with Oxford University’s Sad Business School.
Taking place at the award winning venue, Kings Place, Myth Busting will bring together speakers from within the profession and thought leaders from outside to address what we have always thought, but never said; how project management as it is written is rarely project management as it really is.
Those who attend will also receive copy of the best-selling books: ‘Bad Pharma’ by opening speaker Dr Ben Goldacre and ‘Bounce: The Myth of talent and the power of practice’ by closing speaker Matthew Syed.