The Ivy House Sessions
Free Virtual events
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.
2022 events coming soon
We’ll be releasing details of next year’s Ivy House Sessions very soon – register your interest below and we’ll send you hot-off-the-press updates and invitations.
We’ve got some great topics planned including hybrid working, inclusive leadership, supporting teachers to offer brilliant careers guidance to students and how to create a culture of wellbeing.
And of course, we’ll be sharing our annual research on what talent want.
We hope to see you at an event in 2022, but in the meantime you can catch up on this year’s events further down this page.
Beyond Everyone’s Invited: 3 critical factors for creating genuine change
In this disruptive debate, we went beyond the rhetoric to challenge the very foundation of how we embed new behavioural norms, take ownership and accountability for our actions and critically, how to change.
How to retain your best talent
In this exclusive talk, we shared the feedback from our latest research, ‘What talent really want’, revealing what matters most to them and giving you the 5 critical factors that underpin an effective talent development strategy to enable you to hold onto your best people.
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 in a competitive workplace
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.
Understand more about how our programmes can benefit your organisation
Find out more about The Ivy House Award for students aged 15-18.