Meet Terry Morgan CBE, President of the CMI and Chairman of Crossrail
Managers and leaders – fit for the future
Tuesday 8 November 2011, 18:00-20:30
Terry's address is entitled 'Managers and leaders - fit for the furture'. Now, more than ever, the quality of the UK’s management and leadership is under the spotlight. As we receive mixed signals on the state of the economy and government focuses on restoring economic growth whilst reducing the deficit, the need for effective managers and leaders has never been more vital to the success of business in general and organisations specifically. In his speech Terry Morgan will explore why organisations need to adapt, the importance of good leadership to organisational success and how managers and leaders can prepare themselves for the future.
Terry Morgan's address will be held at:
Street Cafe, S Block
University of the West of England
Terry has been President of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) since October 2010. Terry Morgan also took over the role of Chairman of Crossrail on 1 June 2009.
Crossrail is a £14.9bn project, sponsored by the DfT and TfL, to deliver a world class affordable railway that links Maidenhead and Heathrow west of London with the West End, the City and Canary Wharf, to Stratford and Shenfield north east of London and Woolwich and Abbey Wood to the south east.
Terry chairs a Board of eight non-executive and three executive directors to govern the business of Crossrail Ltd, the delivery agent for the project.
Prior to this, Terry was Chief Executive of Tube Lines, a PPP company that was contracted to maintain and upgrade the infrastructure of the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.
Terry’s employment record also includes:
- Group Managing Director, Operations,
- BAE SystemsGroup HR Director, BAE Systems
- Managing Director (Royal Ordnance)
- Managing Director (Land Rover), Rover Group
- Operations Director, Rover Group
Terry Morgan is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Electrical Engineers. He has an MSc in Engineering Production & Management. Married with two children, his interests include golf and rugby.
Terry is a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Gateway to London, The London Skills and Employment Board, MITIE Group plc and is a member of the CBI London Regional Council. 2010 saw Terry take up positions on the Board of the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry, the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering and Presidency of the Chartered Management Institute.