Business figures attend leadership programme launch
Jamie Peacock MBE, head of rugby at Hull Kingston Rovers.
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 2 Feb 2018
200 key figures in the region attended the launch of the HEY100 Leadership Programme in Hull last week.
They attended the event to find out about the free leadership programmes, which are aimed at people working in the voluntary, cultural and social enterprise sectors in Hull and East Yorkshire.
Guest speakers at the event included Jamie Peacock MBE, head of rugby at Hull Kingston Rovers, Dawn Austwick, chief executive, Big Lottery Fund; Helen Bissett, MD at Yorkshire- based communications agency H&H; David Sanderson MBE, chief executive officer, The Rank Foundation; and JJ Tatten, manager at the Warren Youth Project in Hull. At the event, there was a lively panel discussion about leadership with some sage pieces of advice and insights from the speakers.
Following the event Dawn Austwick, chief executive of the Big Lottery Fund said: “It was a pleasure speaking at the launch of the HEY100 leadership programme in Hull. Exciting and important initiative from Clore Social Leadership using National Lottery funding.”
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