Time for a change in leadership?

Act now to transform the way you think, act and lead.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 04 Sep 2017

It’s easy to allow rigid reporting schedules and financial cycles to dominate our thought processes about the patterns of the year. The changing of the seasons, from late summer to autumn, reminds us that there are other, older ways to mark these patterns, and can act as a prompt to pause and re-evaluate the areas of our careers and lives which could also benefit from change.

Transformation happens when we take committed action towards a different way of doing things. Now is the perfect time to take the first steps towards transformation with HotHouse: the Nature of Leadership, based in the unique surroundings of the Eden Project, Cornwall.

Why HotHouse?

Drawing on the expertise of Eden Project co-founder Sir Tim Smit, and other experts and facilitators, HotHouse explores the changing role of leadership within today’s increasingly complex world. Held over four days, this fully residential course goes behind the scenes and under the skin of Eden.

You’ll be immersed in a stunning and inspirational environment, while mixing with like-minded individuals from across the private, public and third sectors, giving you access to a living network of collaborators and shared thinking.

‘Truly exceptional’

‘An empowering experience’

HotHouse delegates

Limited places remain for our autumn courses: find out more and register your interest here

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