The Ivy House Sessions
Creating real change – the kind of change that effects individuals, businesses, education and society – doesn’t happen by chance.
We’re bringing together thought leaders, curious minds and critical thinkers in a virtual space to discuss the hot topics that can change how we develop each new generation of leaders – leaders we need now and in the future.
If you’re already a changemaker – or are interested to explore what it means to be one – register for one of our events below.
How to retain your best talent
Holding on to the best talent is essential for future success, but do you really know what they want
and, if you do, are you providing it?
14th July | 10:00 – 11:00
An uncertain future requires a radical new approach to developing and retaining talent. And, to do that, you need understand what your talent want, the reality of what they experience in your organisation, and what matters to them. In this essential talk we’ll be sharing the feedback from our latest research, ‘What talent really wants’, giving you the 5 critical factors that underpin an effective talent development strategy enabling you to hold onto your best people.
If you’re passionate about attracting, developing and retaining the brightest emerging talent, and turning them into your leaders of tomorrow, this event is for you.
13th October | 16:30 – 17:30
There is so much talk about the need for a focus on character education but what does this really mean and, how do we do it effectively?
Enabling students to thrive requires far more than a framework – it needs skills, tools, time and action. In this dynamic panel discussion, we look at the what and how of character education – focusing on how to overcome the challenges and deliver meaningful character development that sets students up for success.
This event brings together experts from the world of character education and some students who are at the receiving end of what we do. If you want to do more than tick some boxes this event will give you insight, support and advice on how make a real shift in character education.
30th November | 12:30 – 13:30
- 69% HRDs said talent engagement, motivation and wellbeing are their biggest concerns right now
- Only 24% of senior executives have confidence in the rising leaders at their firms
- Only 22% of senior executives consider their talent development programmes to be a success
- ¼ of top talent intend to leave their current employment within 1 year
In this event we are going to give you access to tools, tips, insight and solutions gained from 25 years of working with over 40% of FTSE 100 organisations, from emerging talent to senior executives. Looking at how you can most effectively support your talent to develop these critical skills, affordably (sometimes even for free), at scale and in an engaging and immersive way that creates lasting change – even when you can’t be in the room with them. This event is for Talent, L&D and HR Leaders who are determined to deliver development that actually works.
Want to be kept up-to-date with our events? Register here and we’ll let you know further details as soon as they are released.
What employers really want and how to equip students for the workplace
Hear from Bright Network and NatWest as we discussed what really matters to employers and how we can help young people succeed.
Secure your own mask first
Elke Edwards shared the 3 secrets of Proactive Wellbeing, asks why so many of us consistently fail at it and examines the overriding beliefs that keep us stuck both personally and culturally.
Leadership development in 2021: Developing the next generation of leaders
Watch the recording to learn the 3 critical factors that underpin developing extraordinary leaders – paying special attention to how this works in today’s world.
COVID as a Catalyst: Putting human development at the heart of education
Download the whitepaper for a summary of the research and insights from this event on the real opportunities to create meaningful change in our education system.
Understand more about how our programmes can benefit your organisation
Find out more about The Ivy House Award for students aged 15-18.