Business coach to give inspiring talk at Leeds Met
Clive Wilson will host the free public event, held in association with the Chartered Management Institute and entitled 'Inspiring Performance Beyond Boundaries', from 6-7pm on Thursday 25 April in the Rose Bowl building.
Clive became Deputy Chairman at Harrogate-based change management consultants, Primeast, in 2008 after seven years as Managing Director. He commented: "We are fortunate to work with clients who share our progressive spirit for change that deploys a more enlightened style of leadership. This allows people to bring the very best of who they are into the service of a future that really excites them."
Paul Houghton, a Principal Lecturer in Leeds Metropolitan's Faculty of Business and Law, said: "This is the final session in a series of guest lectures aimed at providing students with an insight into the careers of high profile business leaders.
"Clive Wilson's lecture will show how potential is a rich mix of opportunity and tension and how that potential can be transformed into a robust strategy of growth and achievement."
In 2009 Mr Wilson was appointed as Ambassador for the Chartered Management Institute. His roles provide opportunities to develop and promote progressive approaches for releasing potential in individuals, teams, organisations and communities. He has been engaged in consultancy since 2000 following 27 years in the electricity industry, the last ten of which were associated with leading change.
His progressive stance on talent management led to his selection by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development to design and deliver its Progressive Strategies for Talent Management programme twice a year to HR directors in London. His workshops have been staged in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and Australia.