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A unique, humanist, collaborative learning community
CEDEP’s collaborative learning community understands the value of active participation and open exchange and leveraging collective intelligence to develop leaders who create purpose-driven, agile and sustainable organisations.
Our leadership development programmes are rooted in the real world and driven by the real-life challenges of our member companies. Our pedagogy is based on dynamic, innovative, relevant, highly participative and actionable learning.
In our open or custom programmes, we always challenge conventions and assumptions, while inspiring new and empowering thinking from the inside out, building internal capacity and ownership.
In an ever-changing and uncertain world, we choose to work together to make the world a better place for us all.
If you share the same values and believe in a humanist philosophy and approach, participate in our open programmes or co-create a highly-personalised custom program.
Join our independent and non-profit Executive Education Club, co-run by our member companies from diverse and non-competing industries.
To learn more, contact Muriel PAILLEUX our Sales, Marketing and Communication Director at email@example.com
Published March issue
Motivate People, Influence Behaviour & Become an Inspiring Leader
The CEDEP Leadership & Safety Culture Programme teaches managers from all sectors and industries how to create a reliable and positive safety culture that boosts motivation, increases engagement, eliminates workplace accidents, protects the company’s reputation, and leads to higher performance.
- Create an inspired, high-performance team
- Gain powerful management skills
- Develop a practical plan and strategies to implement upon return to your organisation
The transformative and immersive 4-day programme can be experienced in two ways:
- To share insights, experiences and knowledge with other companies across varied industries
- Highly personalised solution based on your culture, current business challenges and strategic issues
Join a thought leadership programme creating inspiring leaders who care in a unique, safe setting in the serene forest of Fontainebleau, France or online through the CEDEP LiVE experience.
For more information and to register, contact Muriel PAILLEUX our Sales, Marketing and Communication Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published January-February 2021 issue
How Can Philosophy Build Responsible, Visionary Leaders?
As the world’s digital and economic transformation accelerates in the midst of a global pandemic bringing with it large-scale behavior changes and uncertainties, insights from philosophy can help leaders search for meaning and evolve in the new and unknown.
Learn more about this topic in our November 2020 article in Philosophie magazine
Interview of our Learning Partner Philippe Silberzahn in Les Echos
Insighful interview of our Learning Partner Philippe Silberzahn -CEDEP faculty and Co-Director of Programmes-in Les Echos on the occasion of the second edition of his book “Effectuation: the principles of entrepreneurship for all”.
Learn more about effectuation coming in our programme Mental Model Strategy co-directed by Philippe SILBERZAHN. For more information about our Mental Model Strategy programme, contact Muriel Pailleux at email@example.com and click here for the programme description.
Want More Diverse Senior Leadership? Sponsor Junior Talent
CEDEP’s Learning Partner and Director of Programmes, Professor Nana von Bernuth wrote an article in Harvard Business Review that discusses another approach to building more inclusive, diverse and equitable senior leadership teams.
Discover our Achieving Managerial Excellence Programme directed by Nana von Bernuth.
Harvard Leader ReadyCast podcast of our Learning Partner Muriel Barnier
Muriel Barnier, our SPE-CEDEP Safety Leadership Academy Programme Director gives an insightful interview about our approach to experiential learning on the Leader ReadyCast podcast produced by the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative at Harvard University.
3rd Opus in the Lost in Management Series of our Learning Partner François Dupuy
The 3rd opus in the “Lost in management” series written by our professor, the sociologist Francois Dupuy, describes his reflection on the complexity that distinguishes structural complexity, functional complexity and relational complexity, which leads to a virtuous complexity that reconciles the performance of the company and the well-being of employees.
The time for solutions has arrived thanks to this 3rd volume because if the sociology of organisations is often criticised for stopping at diagnosis, you will find in this book all the tools and methods of a theory of action.
“Lost in management 3” by François Dupuy is the book to read for all those who “navigate” in companies nowadays because, as L’Express says in their article, it offers the most relevant reflection on management over the last ten years!
Health and Safety Leading the Evolution
Health and Safety: Leading the Evolution” is the topic of our September 2020 article published in IOSH magazine with insights from CEDEP’s Leadership and Safety Culture programme director, Dr Andrew Sharman and co-developer of the programme, Malcolm Staves, Group Health and Safety Director for L’Oréal.
Covid-19 has propelled the necessity of OSH into the organizational spotlight and shifts the evolution of cultural change into high gear. But what does evolution look like in practice?
For more information about our Leadership and Safety Culture programmes, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and click here for the programme description.
Soft skills – The Change Maker in the New Normal
With screens separating many of our interactions, people need genuine, honest conversations and human interaction more than ever. How can managers energize, and inspire in the new normal?
Tap into the soft skills.
To learn more about this topic and how soft skills are becoming the change maker in the new normal, read our April 2020 article in Philosophie magazine:
For more information about our programme Achieving Managerial Excellence about Soft skills for business to align stakeholders and eliminate barriers to innovation, please contact email@example.com and click here for the programme description.
Shifting Mental Models in Times of Crisis
Are you shifting mental models in times of crisis?
In times of crisis and transformation, your mental models can be hindering an organizations ability to succeed if you’re stuck in old ways of thinking.
Is it time to change your mental models?
Read our article in Philosophie magazine.
A wake-up call. How the COVID-19 pandemic can help force systemic change in Health and Safety
CEDEP is proud to expand its Safety Leadership offering and being appointed as the leadership learning partner by the SPE for its oil and gas Safety Leadership Academy.
Why Are The Most Successful Companies Teaching Their Managers To Use Philosophy To Lead?
Using Safety to Boost Productivity and Sustainable Business
Learn how to motivate people, influence behaviour, and be an inspiring leader who drives a successful business through health and safety. With best-selling author and President of the IOSH, Dr Andrew Sharman. and CEDEP Executive Education Club in the April 2020 article in IOSH magazine.