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Collaborate with us to Grow and Develop your Future Leaders - Online Information Event



Join us for our upcoming online information event to learn more about the short course and degree apprenticeship programmes available to develop your existing and future leadership talent.

Helen Charlton, Associate Professor of Leadership Development and Work based learning, and Head of Executive Education for Newcastle Business School at Northumbria University will be sharing details of how you can use development as a tool to attract, retain and grow your future leaders.

In a workplace that is continually evolving, ensuring that human resource talent is utilised to the best of its ability is for all organisations a constant challenge. Investing in leadership development to deliver organisational and productivity gains is central to achieving strategic/long term goals.

Northumbria University has extensive experience of delivering impactful work-based learning. Collaborating with organisations and learners from across sectors for a number of years, it brings experience of designing and delivering innovative and carefully focused leadership and management programmes.

Peter Graham, Senior Manager at UKFS Consulting Service Delivery at EY (Ernst & Young LLP) will share details of their talent management strategy and how they work with Northumbria University to develop and retain their growing workforce.

Learn more about our Leadership and Management programmes here.

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