BCU Business School - Professor Peter Latchford: Leadership & Complexity
Birmingham City University’s Business School is proud to announce the first presentation of their Masterclass Series. This draws on the extensive commercial expertise of their visiting professoriate, each of whom is a prestigious leader in their field. Birmingham City University’s Business School is located in the heart of Birmingham’s commercial district, and their teaching, learning and research are practice-based, engaging with the City-region. The Masterclasses are offered as a conduit between the University, the City, and the West Midlands Region.
The Masterclass is as follows:
Professor Peter Latchford: Leadership and Complexity
Thursday 15th March
Peter Latchford is Chief Executive Officer at Black Radley Limited. He has been Chair, Chief Executive and a trouble-shooter for a variety of public service organisations, in health, housing, regeneration, community cohesion, enterprise, infrastructure, local authority, museums, skills, business support, and crime. A respected facilitator and expert in practical governance and enterprise, Peter's intelligent and engaging style is particularly in demand for strategy and change management tasks. He has a particular expertise in bringing enterprise to public services, and in the community aspects of service delivery. He was awarded an OBE for services to businesses and the community in the New Year’s Honours of 2012.
C502 and C503 - Curzon Building
City Centre Campus, 4 Cardigan Street
18:00 – 20:00