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Care and compassion in leadership: pink and fluffy or critical in achieving performance and results?

Posted by Rachel Read on May 2, 2014

Michael Jenkins, Chief Executive at Roffey Park Institute will be talking about this at the Strategic HR Forum on Wednesday 21 May.   His talk is based on the issues of care, morality and ethics in the NHS and the banking sector.  Roffey Park hope that it has a broader application as we seek to place compassion centre stage in leadership studies, with a viewpoint that suggests we need leaders who truly care about people and who can engage them deeply and meaningfully.  At the same time, compassion has to be positioned for frontline managers in such a way that it is seen less as something pink and fluffy and more as something that is a critical component in achieving performance and results.

If you would like to join this debate and you are a senior HR practitioner employed by an organisation, please do consider joining us.  The venue is Madingley Hall, Cambridge and the timings are from 7.30am for a start at 8am, finishing by 10.30am. To attend as a guest the cost is £25 and you can book by emailing rachel.read@helix-consultancy.com. 

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