Henley Partnership: Masterclass – The promise that changes everything

In this online masterclass we will explore the proposition that a leader’s first job is to establish a ‘thinking environment’ culture, encouraging everyone in the finest independent thinking. We will see that the key to this culture is the promise and practice of no interruption.

– Exclusive to Henley Partnership members –

Interruption is a killer – of thought, of green shoots, of motivation, of dignity. But it is sanctioned, rewarded and modelled by every leader we know.

In this online masterclass we will explore the proposition that a leader’s first job is to establish a ‘thinking environment’ culture, encouraging everyone in the finest independent thinking. We will see that the key to this culture is the promise and practice of no interruption.

We will practise in thinking pairs and groups, free of interruption from each other and from digital distraction, experiencing inspiring levels of respect and thought.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the event you will have:

  • Experienced the promise of no interruption and its impact on thinking
  • Explored four of the ten components of a thinking environment
  • Thought in pairs about your own topic and with others about a group topic

Who should attend?

Senior leaders who understand that the quality of everything we do depends on the quality of the thinking we do first.

Speaker

Nancy Kline - Henley Business School Finland

Nancy Kline is Founding Director of Time to Think, a global leadership development and coaching company. She is the originator of the body of thought known as The Thinking Environment.

She is also author of the new bestseller, The Promise That Changes Everything and the twenty-year bestseller Time to Think.

Born and raised in New Mexico, Nancy lives in Oxfordshire with her English husband, Christopher Spence.

“Nancy Kline kept the entire convention of 450 people spellbound for over an hour. The quiet was audible. The laughter was wonderful. Her message was memorable – no, it was vital for us all.”

Chairman, major UK charity

How do I book?

This event is exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership. To book please contact your HR or Learning and Development team at your organisation.

Unsure who to contact? Please do not hesitate to contact us at thp@henley.ac.uk

For this event, up to 1 place per member organisation is available. ’Up to’ indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Key words

The primary theme is personal effectiveness and the secondary theme is leadership.

It is relevant to the development of reflection, space, time, communication, thinking culture.

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