CfL: The Impact of Learning on Change and Change on Learning

National Learning Forum
The Impact of Learning on Change and Change on Learning
London – 25 February 2008 10am – 4.30pm (refreshments from 9.30am) £175 plus VAT


The Campaign for Learning is hosting a National Learning Forum to discuss the effect of increasing levels of change in all areas of our lives, and how this impacts on our ability to learn. Intimate and interactive discussions held in the afternoon will aim to stimulate debate and allow every delegate the chance to exchange information and opinions. All attendees will have the opportunity to attend two discussions, which will be lead by experts in their fields, including:

– The ‘Influencer’ process to changing behaviours, facilitated by Richard Pound, Business Development Director, Grahame Robb Associates Ltd
– Openness to Change, facilitated by Catherine Shovlin, Director, Customer Interpreter Ltd
– Family Learning Signature, facilitated by Ian Leith, Business Lab, and Phil Wade, Sydney Smith School
– Change for Growth, facilitated by Nicky Pharoah, Director, The Learning Curve
– Coaching through Change, facilitated by Elizabeth Crosse, a corporate coach and Head of Learning and Development at the Legal Services Commisson
– Change and Family Learning, facilitated by Juliette Collier, Head of Family Learning, Campaign for Learning

For more information on these discussion groups please see the agenda for the event.

Delegates will also hear keynote speakers from a wide range of discipline, contibutions include:

Arie de Geus, expert and sought after adviser and speaker on organisational learning; author of award-winning business book ‘The Living Company’, on his perspective for organisational longevity
Dr Michael Carroll, leading psychologist, coach and author, on facilitating learning for life and work, and looking at the close relationship between learning, change, development and growth
Nicky Pharoah, director of the ‘Learning Curve’, which works with top businesses and staff, on how individual and organisational growth can be aligned
Jamie Murdoch, Children and Young People Development Manager, Relate, on change within family units and positive strategies for moving forward
Elizabeth Crosse, Head of Learning and Development, Legal Services Commission and corporate coach, on positive strategies for change in personal lives

The forum will aim to explore a range of questions including:

– Why does change lead to creativity in some cases and not in others?
– What steps can managers take to help their staff through the constant cycle of change?
– How can we help people through the survival phase and help them learn and develop
– Can we teach children at and early stage how to cope with change?
For more information or to book a place please click here to visit our website or contact Karla McLaren in our Policy and Research team: or 020 7766 0010.

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