Tuesday 8 November 2011 5.00pm – 6.30pm
Followed by Bristol Business School’s Distinguished Executive Address with Terry Morgan, President of the Chartered Management Institute and Chairman of Crossrail and an opportunity for networking until 8.30pm
Chair: David Doughty – Chartered Director
Speaker: Paul Knight – South West Regional Director, Engineering Employers Federation
Taking a light-hearted look at the role of Engineers in business, Executives Online and the Institute of Interim Management are hosting a discussion ahead of the Bristol Business School Distinguished Executive Address in which Terry Morgan, President of the CMI and Chairman of Crossrail will speak on “Managers and leaders – fit for the future”
After the addresses & Q&A session, delegates will be able to join the Terry Morgan event . Canapes, drinks and networking will follow.
This free seminar is organised by Executives Online and the Institute of Interim Management in conjunction with Bristol Business School, the Institute of Directors and the Engineering Employers Federation
Please register for the Terry Morgan event at www.uwe.ac.uk/dea
|4:45pm||Registration, drinks and snacks|
|5:00pm||Welcome & Introductions|
|5:15pm||Presentation by Paul Knight & Discussion|
|6:30pm||Terry Morgan address and Q&A session|
|7:30pm||Canapes, drinks & networking|
Chartered Director – Chief Executive, Chair, Non-Executive Director, Entrepreneur and Business Mentor. Entrepreneurial sales and marketing specialist with strong strategic, analytical and commercial skills. Extensive executive and non-executive experience in small and medium enterprises in private and public sectors.Board level consultant to multi-national organisations.
Bulk of career has been spent in SME general management and Aerospace & Defence sales. Skill set biased towards business development, startegy development and CRM. Recently responsible for shaping, negotiating and closing a $400M contract with Boeing. Entrepreneurial by nature, aims to achieve success by building and empowering the right team of people.