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2 May, 2019 - 12:52 By Kate Sweeney

Møller Institute to deliver Anglo-Danish leadership workshop

Gillian Secrett, CEO Møller Institute

Building on it’s Danish heritage and connections with the Danish-UK Association and Maersk, the Møller Institute is delivering a one-day leadership development workshop in Denmark on May 8.

The event will focus on leadership in ever changing times and showcase the Møller Institute’s flagship leadership development programme the Explorer Mindset.

Møller Institute chief executive, Gillian Secrett said: “Our  workshop will be attended by senior leaders in prominent Danish organisations including Danfoss, Maersk, Novo Nordisk, Novozymes, Oracle, Siemens and Ørsted.  

“My colleague Ruth Berry, programme director, will explain ways to develop ambiguity tolerance, preparedness, and personal resilience. We will be joined by Dr Jagjit Singh Srai, head of the Centre for International Manufacturing, Institute for Manufacturing, who will share his thoughts on how leaders can shape future global supply networks through digital innovation. 

“We are looking forward to seeing our Danish connections again and hearing from Danish business leaders at Saltoftehus how they are investing in their own leadership development to lead their organisations in complex and challenging times.”

The collaboration has been the brainchild of Birgitte Boserup, CEO and owner of conference centre Saltoftehus at Saltofte Estate, who visited the Møller Institute two years ago, recommended by the Danish UK Association in London. 

Gillian Secrett’s focus on building positive relations with Denmark developed as a result of the strong connection with Møller Institute founder, Mærsk McKinney Møller. Secrett recently received the Knighthood of the Order of Dannebrog from the Queen of Denmark in recognition of her services, promotion and support for Denmark and UK-Danish relations.

Places are still available at the leadership workshop. Email tim.hill [at] chu.cam.ac.uk

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