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Leverage the Levy for Leadership

Join Cranfield’s discovery day on 12th July to learn how Executive Masters funded by the Apprenticeship Levy can enhance your organization’s leadership


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On the 12th July Cranfield School of Management is hosting a free event to discuss how the Apprenticeship Levy can be leveraged to deepen the knowledge and upgrade the skills of current and would-be senior leaders in your organization.

This interactive event, based on seven years of research around organizational impact, will focus on the Executive MBA and MSC Business & Strategic Leadership and how these level 7 apprenticeship degrees, can improve leadership capacity, help retain talent, and align with organizational strategy.


Designing Masterships® with Organizational Impact

Date: Thursday 12th July │Time: 09:45 - 16:15 BST


Location: Cranfield Management Research Institute, Central Avenue, Cranfield, MK43 0AL

Hosted by: Cranfield experts Wendy Shepherd, Executive Development Director, Learning Design & Innovation, and Jane Trinder, Executive Development Associate


This event is specifically designed for senior HR, L&D and Talent professionals looking to invest their Apprenticeship Levy fund. It will provide an opportunity for you to table your current organizational challenges and to share and learn from academic experts and other senior L&D and HR professionals.

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