Watch Kersten England’s ‘Surfing the Waves of Change’

December 10, 2012 by Lisa McGonigle

Kersten England  - keynote address at Learning Live YorkIn early Autumn, we were privileged to have City of York Council’s Chief Executive Kersten England as the keynote address at Learning Live York.  

Kersten has had an eclectic career path which includes work within the public private and voluntary sectors and periods of formal employment within organisations and self employment. 

What was evident in her keynote address, ‘Surfing the Waves of Change‘, is that Kersten is driven by belief in individual and organisational ambition and achievement.

Watch Kersten England at Learning Live

Download Kersten England’s presentation from the day

View Kersten’s plans for City of York Council and what she has learnt in process from her keynote presentation below:

Surfing the Waves of Change, Kersten England, Chief Executive City of York Council from learning_pool

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