Learning in Leadership: A Visit to the European Parliament European Parliament 

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When: Thursday, October 12| 13:30 - 17:00 | HALF DAY
Where: European Parliament
Ticket Price: SOLD OUT!!!
Deloitte University Thank you to Deloitte University for being a Conference Partner & sponsoring this event!


This interactive half day workshop will give insight on policy leadership by politicians and an international organization. Participants will also gain insight on how Deloitte leadership interacts with policy makers. Participants will travel by metro transport between Brussels and the Deloitte office where you will have a briefing by EU Policy Centre (EUPC) Managing Director on the Deloitte EU Public policy program - building relationships with EU policy makers on public interest issues, including Deloitte CEOs' involvement. Participants will walk from Deloitte's office to the European Parliament for a briefing by a European Parliament (EP) staff member on the EP role and powers, a question-and-answer session, and a visit to the Hemicycle gallery will take place. In addition, there may be a short question-and-answer session with a Member of the European Parliament.

Workshop Leaders & Presenters

Brian Hayes
Christiane Cunningham

About Brian Hayes

Brian Hayes, Member of the European Parliament Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with Iraq, European Parliament


About Christiane Cunningham

Christiane Cunningham, Director EU Public Policy & Regulatory, Deloitte



Cheryl Heykoop lives, works, and plays on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. For over a decade she has worked with young people affected by war, disaster, and adversity to meaningfully share their stories. In 2014, Cheryl was diagnosed with cancer and her life radically shifted. Nature became integral to her healing. Cheryl is currently an Assistant Professor with the School of Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University, where she is deeply committed to supporting a deeper connection with the wildness around and within.