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Bucket and Spade List – Part 2

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July 31st, 2019

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The second part of our Summer Bucket List sees an ecelctic mix of Scandinavian Pop, a classic Dialogic text and UK Grime! We hope you enjoyed the first instalment and it gave you food for thought around people development and leadership. Our selection continues to pluck from different genres whilst still offering a human centred perspective […]

Splash into Summer with our Bucket and Spade List – Part 1

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July 25th, 2019

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The summer holidays can be a great time to detach from day to day life and spend time with family and friends. It can also be a time, for many of us to catch up with a good book or some music. Whilst many love a riveting biography or a romcom, it’s also an opportunity to stretch your brain and explore something […]

Life at Roffey Park: A View from Max Love, Groundsman Apprentice.

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May 20th, 2019

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For many who visit our Horsham HQ, our beautiful grounds are one of the most compelling aspects of a joining residential programme with us. Max Love has been an apprentice at Roffey Park for the past 18 months,  working through the seasons to keep those grounds looking smart. Soon to be leaving Roffey Park, Max […]

Making a difference to leadership training and organisational development by being different: Roffey Park explains itself

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April 25th, 2019

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“At Roffey Park we are passionate about developing management, people and performance, and we’re going to talk this morning about how we might do that in the face of Brexit,” says Andy Firth with a big grin on his face. It’s a promise which attracted HR professionals from some of the UK’s best-known organisations for […]

The Experience Cube (Clear Leadership by Gervase Bushe): the leadership skill of learning to speak out of the box.

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April 25th, 2019

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“Start every question with the word I. It gets you out of the problem of creating something that’s a truth for you. You might say ‘it’s really hot in here’ but that’s closing down the conversation. If instead you say ‘I think it’s hot in here,’ you’re not.” This is our head of practice, Ken […]