Executive Education

Events

Brexit Cafe

Friday, 13th July 2018

Join the 28+ Perspectives on Brexit team and Rt. Hon. Nicky Morgan as we look into a neglected aspect of the UK's negotiated withdrawal from the EU, namely the perspectives of the other EU member states, and the EU institutions themselves: what do they think and feel about Brexit? 

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Brexit Cafe

3rd Workshop on Macroeconomic Policies in Emerging and Developing Countries

Tuesday-Wednesday, 13th-14th June 2018

Following on from the successful two-day workshop organised last year, the Money and Developing Economies (MaDE) Research Interest Group will be running another multi-day workshop this year.

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3rd Workshop on Macroeconomic Policies in Emerging and Developing Countries

The Art and Science of Modelling by Professor Paul Fishwick. Lecture and afternoon workshop.

Tuesday, 12th June 2018

Please join us for a 3 part Decision Sciences event, kicking off with the Decision Sciences Launch, an afternoon workshop and a lecture by Professor Paul Fishwick.

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The Art and Science of Modelling by Professor Paul Fishwick. Lecture and afternoon workshop.

Postgraduate and MBA Web Chat

Wednesday, 23rd May 2018

Please join us to ask our staff and current students about studying Postgraduate and MBA courses within the School of Business and Economics.

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Postgraduate and MBA Web Chat

Workshop on Water Industry Performance and Cost Assessment

Wednesday, 23rd May 2018

Hosted by the Centre for Productivity and Performance, we are pleased to announce a workshop focussed on water industry performance and the regulatory application of cost assessment in the English and Welsh Water sector.

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Workshop on Water Industry Performance and Cost Assessment

Supply Chain – What’s it really all about? Digital vs Analogue

Thursday, 10th May 2018

With a focus on Supply Chain Leadership and basic business skills, Dunc Lowe, Global Head of Supply Chain Management at Campari Group will unfold the complexity of supply chain beyond technical and conceptual aspects of SC.

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Supply Chain – What’s it really all about? Digital vs Analogue

The GB Energy Market: If the Cap Fits

Wednesday, 9th May 2018

Professor Monica Giulietti will present evidence on consumers’ behaviour in the retail energy market with a focus on the monetary incentives to switch supplier, but also on non-price preferences that consumers have for different suppliers.

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The GB Energy Market: If the Cap Fits

The world of Corporate and International Taxation, HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs

Monday, 30th April 2018, 4PM - 5.30PM

Georgios Mylonas, an alumnus of the SBE PhD programme and currently policy adviser at HM Treasury, will be speaking about his work with HM Revenue & Customs and latterly with HM Treasury, on the taxation of multinationals, empirical research and government tax policy. 

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The world of Corporate and International Taxation, HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs

MBA Masterclass: UK Mid-market Private Equity - an M&A perspective

Monday, 30th April 2018, 10.00AM - 12.00PM

Presented by Adnan Sajid a former senior Corporate Finance Director (M&A) at Menzies LLP, the masterclass will look at mid-market private equity, and what makes a good investee company.

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MBA Masterclass: UK Mid-market Private Equity - an M&A perspective

Work-Life Symbiosis: Getting the most out of work and life

Tuesday, 17th April 2018,  6.00pm – 7.45pm

Referencing her groundbreaking book ‘Work-Life Symbiosis’, join guest lecture, Claire Fox, as she explores her philosophy for personal leadership, inspiring delegates both on an individual and organisational level to perform to their potential.

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Work-Life Symbiosis: Getting the most out of work and life

HASTAM Workshop - Health and Safety Research

Wednesday, 21st March 2018,  Full Day

Join us as we explore how the use of leading and lagging safety performance indicators may help or hinder progress with safety culture maturity. 

HASTAM Workshop - Health and Safety Research

MBA Masterclass: The Art of Being Brilliant

Wednesday, 14th March 2018,  2.00pm – 4.00pm

Happiness 'guru' Andy Cope explores how to be you, brilliantly.

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MBA Masterclass: The Art of Being Brilliant

What impact will Brexit have on ‘UK Innovation’?

Wednesday, 14th March 2018,  5.30pm – 7.45pm

Join Nick Bunker, previous CEO of KP Snacks and current Managing Director of Pladis Global, for a stimulating discussion on the impact of Brexit on UK innovation.

What impact will Brexit have on ‘UK Innovation’?

Career Talk: An Insider's Guide to Working as a Business Psychologist

Wednesday 7th March 2018, 6.00pm - 8.00pm  

In collaboration with the ABP, the event is looking to bring students and practitioners together to discuss the work domain covered by business psychologists. The session intends to provide participants an opportunity to hear insights from a diverse panel of OP/BP professionals, alongside personal insights into how business psychology can drive value for businesses.

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Career Talk: An Insider's Guide to Working as a Business Psychologist

CIPD - Dignity at Work

Monday 19th February 2018, 6.00pm - 8.00pm

The event is hosted by CIPD and SBE's Centre for Professional Work and Society. The focus for this session will be cyberbullying and stress on the individual; bystanders role and what does/does not warrant them to take action (wider than bullying).

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CIPD - Dignity at Work

Bank of England Inflation Report

Monday 13th February 2018, 5.30pm - 7.00pm  

The School of Business and Economics is hosting the "off the record" presentation on the economy given by the Bank of England. This is part of a series of well-established economic briefings given by the Bank in the region and is an excellent opportunity for you to raise issues on economic conditions as you see them.

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Bank of England Inflation Report

LATi GDPR Knowledge Exchange Talks

Thursday 1st February 2018, 2.00pm - 6.00pm

The LATi GDPR Knowledge Exchange is an intensive afternoon of talks designed for senior decision makers and leaders of technology, scientific, advanced manufacturing and engineering businesses in readiness for operating your business within the new GDPR framework.

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LATi GDPR Knowledge Exchange Talks

Exploring Operating Models: SOMS Symposium

Monday 30th January 2018, 11.00am - 3.45pm

The SOMS (Service Operating Model Skills) Symposium will provide a thought provoking and inspiring forum for delegates and expert speakers to share ideas about the current state and relevance of operating models, operating model best practice, and the future directions of operating model research.

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Exploring Operating Models: SOMS Symposium

Workshop on Recent Developments in Financial Data Science and Econometrics

Wednesday and Thursday, 26th-27th September 2018

This workshop will draw together academics and practitioners to discuss and debate key issues around the rapidly developing areas of Financial Data Science and Econometrics. 

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Workshop on Recent Developments in Financial Data Science and Econometrics

Supervisors: How can they help or hinder the development of a safety culture?

Wednesday, 5th September 2018

Explore how the role, training and development of supervisors/first line managers may help or hinder progress with safety culture maturity.

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Supervisors: How can they help or hinder the development of a safety culture?