On 24th and 25th October 2013, The Partnering Initiative will be running a 2-day ‘Essential Skills for Effective Partnering’ in London, UK. Following a successful 2-day pilot course in Washington DC in April, this open training course will now be run over 2 days. Whilst covering all the main elements of the partnering cycle and providing an […]
A new IBLF report: Leadership in a Rapidly Changing World – How Indian Business Leaders are Reframing Success, based on a collection of 20 in-depth face-to-face interviews with Indian business leaders, who are Chairs, CEOs or senior executives of major Indian businesses, recommends ways to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth in India by harnessing business […]
When we started to implement the Business Innovation Facility (BIF), a programme funded by DFID and managed by an alliance including TPI, I was among many who thought that supporting companies to partner would be central to what unfolded over the three years of the pilot.
We would all agree that education is a fundamental pillar of sustainable development and underpins enduring prosperity and economic growth. Indeed, it is one of the central pillars of the Millennium Development Goals. So why, despite much effort, does the achievement of quality ‘Education for All’ remain a major global challenge?
Can collective action maximise the impact of companies’ investments in education? The Partnering Initiative is holding a breakfast event on Wednesday 5th June, in central London, to discuss how collective action can maximise the impact of business investments in education and skills. Education is a fundamental pillar of sustainable development and underpins enduring prosperity and […]