In 2018, the Oakridge Talent Management Think Tank will be in its 9th year. Sessions are challenging and look at processes to develop talented people. The group meets quarterly and members come from a range of companies and sectors including pharmaceutical, energy & utilities, manufacturing, housing, FE and higher education, as well as the NHS. Membership is free and by invitation only.
The Oakridge Talent Management Think Tank showcases the latest research and provides a great opportunity to network, gain new learning, and to be part of a wider community. Chatham House Rules apply to all our events. We also share best practice, benchmarking talent development.
2018 Talent Management Think Tanks:
13th July 2018 (Co-Op to host)
16th November 2018 (Host to be confirmed)
How to Book
Attendance to the Talent Management Think Tank is by invitation only and to register your interest or for more information please email: Kirstie Weatherley
STRIDE is a programme dedicated to supporting female talent pipeline across the North West. The programme equips women with the practical tools and techniques and is about empowering women to be the catalyst to make a difference for themselves and other women around them.
This 6-month programme includes:
- Pre-work including EQi webinar, report and feedback
- 3 Leadership workshops; Managing Myself, Managing Perception and Managing Business
- 1:1 Telephone Coaching
- Membership to LinkedIn and Yammer groups
- Networking events with guest speakers and action learning
How to Book
Please follow HERE to learn more about how STRIDE can support your female talent pipeline, or to reserve your place on the next cohort and for more information, please email:Deborah Larder-Shaw or alternatively telephone 0161 327 2031.
The Oakridge Health and Public Sector Think Tank was an initiative launched at the end of 2013 to address the very specific requirements and challenges faced by the health and care sectors. Following feedback, in 2017 we renamed this group and opened up the invitations to the Health and Public Sector environment so that it is now known as the Health and Public Sector Think Tank.
Three events are hosted each year, attendance is by invitation and available only to those involved in the health and public sector professions and organisations.
The Oakridge Health and Public Sector Think Tank showcases the latest research, shares best practice and provides a great opportunity to network, gain new learning, and to be part of a wider community. Chatham House Rules apply to all our events.
2nd February 2018 in Knutsford, Cheshire
How to Book
Attendance to the Health and Care Think Tank is by invitation only and to register your interest, or for more information please email: Kirstie Weatherley
We’re presently planning our events schedule for 2018 so please do check this page again and look out for our email and social media communications too.
GMCC Chamber Train:
Project Management: 3rd Dec 2018
Networking with Confidence and Purpose: 5th December 2018
Key Skills for New Managers: 30th January 2019
Time Management – Upon Request
Introduction to Change Management – Upon Request
Please email Natalie Griffiths for more information
More information can be found on our webpage HERE
Additionally, for more information about future events please email Kirstie Weatherley. To be added to our general mailing list please complete the form in the footer of the webpage.