May 19th 2015
Post Meeting Review Notes – Leadership Development
A summary of our 2015 event on Leadership Development led by Professor Nigel Nicholson (London Business School), summarising keynote presentations from Gillian Pillans (CRF), Stephen Bungay (Ashridge Strategic Management Centre), Nigel Paine (nigelpaine.com) and Eve Poole (Ashridge Business School).
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