Møller Institute Limited

Møller Institute Limited

The Møller Institute, is an award winning residential conference and management training centre in Cambridge, providing a focused environment, excellent service, fine food and purpose-designed facilities.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 465 500
Address: Storey's Way, Cambridge
Postcode: CB3 0DE
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.mollercentre.co.uk
Membership type:Corporate 21-50 (£500+VAT pa)

The Møller Centre is a purpose-designed, residential leadership development and conference centre. Set in the beautiful grounds of Churchill College, in the University of Cambridge, we are wholly owned by Churchill College and all our profits are covenanted back to College to help grow international leaders for the future. The Møller Institute was launched in 2018 to reflect the significance and global impact of the work delivered by the Møller Executive Education team since 2003. The Møller Institute encompasses all that we do with our clients in the fields of leadership development and executive education and represents the vision of our founder Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller, to bring together the worlds of business and academia for professional and executive education.

Residential business meetings and conferences
The Møller Centre team work with people who organise key residential business meetings, development programmes and conferences and who are looking to inspire their teams or customers. We give our clients complete peace of mind in a stunning, dedicated, collaborative learning environment. Our team deliver first-class customer service; phenomenal food; state-of-the-art tech support and on-site accommodation. Recently voted Best UK Management Training Centre; Best Academic Venue and Best Conferencing Staff.

Møller Institute - Leadership development and executive education - www.mollerinstitute.com
We typically partner with CEOs, Heads of Learning & Development and other senior executives to develop leaders and aspiring leaders to be their best. We equip them to be agile and resilient, to innovate and succeed, accelerating the performance of their organisations. Our focus is on leadership, strategy and innovation, developing leadership behaviours that influence engagement, performance and culture to deliver positive impact for individuals, organisations and society. We specialise in the corporate and professional services firms arenas.

For enquiries please call 01223 465555 or email enquiries.moller@chu.cam.ac.uk

Cathy Butler, Director of Programmes

Second time around - Cambridge learning experience for senior leaders

The Møller Institute and the Møller Centre, part of Churchill College at University of Cambridge, invites applications for the second intake on its unique senior leadership programme to prepare executives for the extreme and complex business environment, which some are calling the ‘fourth industrial revolution’.

2 February 2018Read in full

Team Møller wins three gold awards at M&IT

The Møller Centre team scooped three gold awards at the hospitality industry’s ‘Oscars’ – the prestigious M&IT awards in London last week.

8 March 2017Read in full

Caroline and Liam (centre) with their team leaders at the Venues

Møller Centre’s Caroline Tardy wins National ‘Best Cocktails’ Award

Caroline Tardy, Food and Beverage Supervisor at the Møller Centre, won the Junior ‘Best Cocktails’ Award at the prestigious Venues of Excellence ‘Cook and Serve Challenge’ hosted by Cambridge Regional College.

2 November 2016Read in full

Sir Clive Woodward supports Young Leaders’ Programme

Rugby World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward, patron of the Møller Centre’s flagship young leaders’ programme, Churchill Leadership Fellows, today (25 October) delivered an outstanding presentation to a sell-out audience of 230 business leaders at Churchill College’s Wolfson Hall.

24 October 2016Read in full

Practical leadership: Creating a culture of innovation symposium

Thirty senior business leaders, clients and contacts of the Møller Centre, contributed to a Practical Leadership Symposium at the Centre focused on how leaders can influence the development of a culture of innovation.

20 September 2016Read in full

Shanghai Jiao Tong, William Hague and Møller Executive Education

Top Chinese CEOs visit Møller Centre for Global Leadership Programme

The Møller Centre, Churchill College continued its partnership with Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), one of the oldest higher education institutions in China, by delivering another leadership programme to around 50 Chinese CEOs and entrepreneurs as part of their 2015 Global CEO Programme which focused on science and technology.

5 August 2015Read in full

Gillian Secrett and Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla

Business leaders inspire the next generation

The Møller Centre’s building upgrade and expansion project was officially opened earlier this month by Ms Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla, Chair of The AP Møller and Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller Foundation Board, vice-chair of global conglomerate Mærsk and daughter of The Møller Centre’s founder, Mr Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller.

25 June 2015Read in full

Gillian, Nigel and Krish

Møller Centre starts search for 20 aspiring young leaders

As part of the ‘Churchill 2015 – 21st Century Statesmanship Global Leaders Programme’, The Møller Centre, Churchill College, is investing in 20 outstanding 19-25 year olds who will join a unique ‘Next Generation Leaders Development Programme’ that will equip them with the skills to be tomorrow’s game-changers.

2 June 2015Read in full

2014 M&IT awards

Double gold for Møller Centre

The Møller Centre struck gold again in this year’s Meetings and Incentive Travel awards – the meetings industry’s premier awards ceremony. The Centre was delighted to retain its “Best UK Management Training Centre” title for the fourth year running, and to obtain gold in the “Best Conference & Banqueting Staff” category.

28 February 2014Read in full

Building for growth

Møller Centre builds for growth

The Møller Centre has been granted planning permission by Cambridge City Council to expand their premises at Churchill College, Cambridge, which will support the growing demand for its residential meeting facilities and executive education programmes.

1 November 2013Read in full

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