Start Date: 14 Nov 2014
Start Time: 9:15 AM
End Time: 5:00 PM
Duration: 7 hours 45 minutes
Venue: William Harley Building, Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Rd, Glasgow, G4 0BA › View map
Member price: £50.00
Non-member price: £75.00
Event Capacity: Full
Professor John Lennon
Professor John is Acting Dean of the Glasgow School for Business and Society and also Director of the Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism Business Development - the UK’s largest University based tourism consultancy and research centre.
The Moffat Centre is responsible for the production of international consumer and market research and business development consultancy and with its profits funds scholarships for students wishing to study Travel and Tourism.
Professor Lennon has undertaken over 500 tourism and travel projects in over 35 nations, including major projects on behalf of private sector and public sector clients in Norway, Denmark, Malawi, Singapore, Canada, Lithuania, the Caribbean, South Africa, the South Pacific.
Brad is Director of Engagement and Chair in Strategic Management in the University of Edinburgh Business School, a member of the University of Edinburgh School's Management Board, and an ESRC Senior Fellow in the Scotland Analysis. Leadership responsibilities include managing the teaching activities and leading the research strategy of the SIB Group.
Previously, Brad was the Director of the MBA Program (2009-2012), where following a comprehensive review, he worked with members of the faculty, students, alumni and other stakeholders to overhaul the curriculum and re-design the structure of the program. He was formerly a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the University of Edinburgh Business School, Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the School of Management at the University of St Andrews, and the founding faculty member of the postgraduate Centre for Business Education, which merged with the Department of Management to form the current University of St Andrews School of Management.
He earned a BA in International Development Studies from Dalhousie University, in Halifax, Canada, an M.Litt. (Distinction) in Management, Economics and Politics (MEP) and a Ph.D. in Strategy from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Paul Iles is a Professor of Leadership and HRM at Glasgow School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, and was previously at the University of Salford, Leeds Metropolitan University, the University of Teesside, Liverpool John Moores University and the Open University.
Paul is a chartered psychologist, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development. He has a particular interest in leadership development, coaching, international HRM and talent management, and has published a number of articles on these issues in recent years in leading refereed journals.
Paul has designed and delivered leadership and change programmes for many clients in the public, private and voluntary sectors including the Rover Group, Littlewoods, the Civil Service and local government, as well as with banks and other companies in China. He has also worked on applied research programmes with the Learning and Skills Council, British Council and Standards Board for England.
Ann Francke CMgr CCMI FIC
Ann Francke, CEO of Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Author of: Financial Times Guide to Management: How to Make a Difference and Get Results.
Ann is a transformational leader with vision, pace and proven ability to deliver profitable revenue growth and build organisational capability in the professional services media, retail and consumer sectors, and an expert on current challenges facing women in the workplace.
At CMI, she leverages her experience in leading organisations to promote best practices in management and leadership, and improve management standards across the UK and beyond. Ann is also Strategic Advisor to Tongal, the global leader in crowdsourcing creative video content; member of the CRUK Women of Influence Board; member of WACL; an Advisory Board member of Lancaster and the Open University Business Schools. Ann has been named in the top 100 women to watch in the 2015 Female FTSE report from Cranfield.
Prior to CMI Ann was Global General Manager at the British Standards Institution, held executive board positions at Boots and Yell and was European Vice President at Mars with responsibility for the pet care portfolio. Ann began her career at Procter and Gamble and managed a variety of international brands including Pampers, Always and Olay before rising to global general manager.
Ann holds a BA with Distinction from Stanford and an MBA/MS from Columbia. Ann and her husband live in West London; she has one daughter.
Patrick is responsible for CMI’s thought leadership research, providing topical insights into the latest management practice and developing practical recommendations to help managers tackle the challenges they face. Patrick has been the author or co-author of over a dozen CMI reports across a varied and regularly discusses CMI’s research findings and policy recommendations with the media.
Patrick also oversees CMI’s PR, membership communications – including Professional Manager Magazine – and policy work, engaging with government departments and Parliamentarians on management and leadership skills issues and on workplace matters such as employee engagement, health and wellbeing, and equality and diversity.
Victoria Arnold is CEO of Desk Union. Desk Union is a corporate powered workspace provider, which offers community-driven workspace for small businesses and entrepreneurs across the UK. The workspace provider enables its partners, such as Royal Bank of Scotland, to enhance the local business community through collaborative workspace, thus positively impacting upon the wider business ecosystem.
Victoria also manages two further entrepreneurial businesses. Homestayfriend, a national service offering short-term homestay accommodation for international students, was established in 2011 and Solo.im is a support network for single founder entrepreneurs across the globe, established earlier this year.
Liz Hoskin is the founder of Positive Qualities Ltd, a positive transformation consultancy, her clients call her the “People Reader because of her exceptional ability to read people in 7 seconds or less and then go on to get the best out of them. It has been said that every company needs Liz Hoskin and her team as there is a noticeable change in the energy of the businesses once they have worked with Positive Qualities Ltd.
After starting her career in Marks and Spencer PLC, she is now seen as a one of the top inspirational keynote speakers for corporate events that want their people to improve their morale, teamwork, and ultimately achieve better business results. With her background in Sales and Marketing, Liz honed her people skills to inspire audiences who are often stuck in their ways and don’t know how to change. With her engaging, and fun personality, Liz connects with her audiences immediately and delivers content that they can use straightaway when they get back to their companies.
Liz is Vice Chair of the Scottish Board of the Chartered Management Institute as her passion is to promote Heart Centred Leadership with the many clients she works with.
Ian McNaught is the Executive Director of the Small Business Charter and has extensive entrepreneurial business transformation experience working across the UK, Europe, USA, China, Scandinavia, Russia and Israel; managing both business enterprise and operations.
Ian has 25+ years experience delivering viable enterprise and strategic solutions, working with multi-nationals; SMEs; start-ups; family businesses; government bodies and academia.
He is also the Chair of the Chartered Management Institute Scotland board.
David was a career police officer, rising to senior ranks which saw him undertake a variety of roles including Divisional Commander. He gained significant experience in Strathclyde Police of delivering a variety of projects and programmes and, when the Scottish Parliament approved plans for the creation of Police Scotland where eight independent forces, the Scottish Crime and Drugs Enforcement Agency and the Scottish Police Services Authority were to be merged into a single entity with an annual budget in excess of £1.2 billion, David was appointed as Programme Manager.
After the successful merger on 1 April 2013, David was appointed Head of Business Change with the responsibility of developing a programme to deliver savings of £190m in just 3 years. David left the Police Service of Scotland in December 2013 after 30 years’ service and has now set up his own company providing consultancy services.