Speaker Announcement – 9th May
Mike Flewitt – Chief Executive Officer, McLaren
Join us on the 9th May 2018 to hear Mike Flewitt, Chief Executive Officer of McLaren, talk about his experiences in the businesses world.
Mike Flewitt joined McLaren as Chief Operating Officer in June 2012 and became a Chief Executive Officer in July 2013. At the time of joining, the position was a new and strategic addition to the executive team and came as the company embarked on a new period of growth. Mike’s current role as a CEO include the development, manufacture and global distribution of a range of current and future McLaren sports cars.
If you would like to attend this talk but are not a member of Artemis & Apollo please contact us today.
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We are pleased to announce that the guest speaker for the Artemis and Apollo meeting on November 29th at the Sherlock Holmes Hotel, 108 Baker St, Marylebone, London is Catherine Holland.
Catherine is an experienced senior leader, coach, writer and Associate of Amara Collaboration. She has a long background in managing corporate services at a senior level understanding the demands of governance, and the challenges of securing real and lasting change in organisations. Catherine strives to be an authentic leader and uses her passion, personal experience and story telling to inspire others.
Until March 2017 she was Chief Executive of the Reducing Reoffending Partnership. Prior to this Catherine was the Chief Executive of the Staffordshire and West Midlands Probation Trust, the seconded largest Probation Trust in the UK consistently producing some of the best reducing re-offending rates in the country and recognised for excellence at four stars by the British Quality Foundation. Catherine designed and led the Trust though a performance turn- around programme, and later through extensive structural changes taking the public sector service safely and effectively into the private sector. As Chief Executive of the newly formed Reducing Reoffending Partnership she led a significant restructure and implementation of a new delivery model.
Widowed suddenly in 2016 Catherine is experiencing a major personal transformation and is exploring what are the next steps for her life. She writes and talks about her experience of bereavement and resilience and believes passionately that sharing such personal transformations can empower and support others.
Catherine originally trained as a Social Worker and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management Studies, and a MSc (distinction) in Organisational Development and Management Learning.
On 16th June, Josie attended the Leadership Network Day hosted by the Centre for Leadership Studies, part of the business school at Exeter University.
Four CPD days are run at the University per year, with themed workshops based around areas within business such as cross sector partnership working and leadership in the context of human resources.
The way was based around the idea of a “knowledge exchange” with a range of speakers in the world of business speaking on topics such as leadership, social networking and employability.
Josie spoke on the subject of using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator with young people, as done in our Bringing Performance Alive programme, in partnership with schools across the country.
Josie had a wonderful time at the business school and was honoured to have been asked to attend the day. She looks forward to working with Exeter University’s business school in the future.
We are excited to announce the development of our new team building and leadership programme. The exclusive new programme will use a creative, film making format to encourage delegates to step outside their comfort zone and think outside the box.
The exciting new format was used in our last Artemis & Apollo meeting at the Missenden Abbey Conference Centre, in Buckinghamshire, on Thursday, 8th July. The task was extremely well received by the delegates, who took to it eagerly and used great team work, creative thinking and leadership skills to create a brilliant video on the subject of stress and how to overcome it.
We look forward to seeing the final product and the launch of this exciting new programme.