7 May 2019
Personal Best MY STORY lecture: Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Personal Development (CIPD)
Peter Cheese, the Chief Executive of CIPD and alumnus will be on campus to give a lecture on personal and professional development in the fourth of the Careers Network Personal Best series – MY STORY.
The lecture will be held on 29 May in the Rutland Building, 6.30pm-8pm and is open to all staff and students.
The CIPD is a professional body that aims to champion better working. It has been setting standards for HR and driving positive change in the workplace for over 100 years.
His lecture will provide insight into the world of personal and professional development as well as sharing his own career journey.
Peter graduated from Loughborough in 1979 with a BSc in Ergonomics and has gone on to have great success in his career. He has many accolades including Fellow of the CIPD, Australian HR Institute (AHRI) and the Academy of Social Sciences. He is also a Companion of the Institute of Leadership and Management, the Chartered Management Institute and British Academy of Management.
His lecture will also look at careers within HR and there will be a Q&A session at the end.
Places are limited and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Personal Best is a bespoke development programme that has been specifically designed for Loughborough University students.
The initiative offers the opportunity for students to reflect on their skills and abilities, set goals for themselves and work towards these through a range of activities and resources.
The programme covers academic, professional and personal development, such as study and workplace skills as well as mental and physical wellbeing. Find out more on the dedicated webpages.