A division of the British Armed Forces was keen to build on its strong reputation for professional development among its employees. Internally, it was recognised that it could leverage a bi-annual Continuous Professional Development (CPD) event, which brings together officers of all ranks, to provide additional development opportunities. This event, which historically provided an update on the direction of this division, would be used to deliver learning on core topics that could be applied across the organisation, by all officers, regardless of seniority. Following feedback from a previous session on mentoring, along with awareness of constant change within the unit, it was decided that a session looking at change management and transformation would be of benefit to this audience. It was also decided that bringing in an external partner would help present a different perspective to officers and develop critical thinking on how to apply corporate learning in the military environment.