Nottingham University Business School
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Our clients

The University of Nottingham has a history of working with organisations using our innovative research and specialist knowledge to unlock their potential

Our Executive Education programmes offer open and bespoke programmes to meet our clients’ learning needs.

The Help to Grow: Management programme

The Help to Grow: Management programme supports SME leaders to develop their capabilities in leadership, innovation and financial management. This government-supported scheme is delivered by our leading academics and experienced practitioners, who share their knowledge and expertise in relevant and topical subjects. To date, we have successfully supported over 57 SME business leaders - from a variety of sectors - equipping them with the skills they need to help grow their business.

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Gleeds Senior Leadership Executive Development programme

From 2016 – 2018 the University of Nottingham provided development programmes to selected senior executives from Gleeds.

The aim of the programme was to accelerate the growth of the business by developing a cadre of leaders with the leadership capability and skills needed to engage and motivate people at all levels of the organisation, to build collaborative relationships with colleagues across the business and with clients, and to generate innovative solutions that enable the business to seize new opportunities.

Gleeds has doubled in size over the past few years, it is 130 years old and continues to invest globally across 22 countries. The University of Nottingham has supported the director leadership team to grow with the business and put us in position to continue to successfully evolve. The feedback from our people has been enormously positive.” Stuart Senior, Main Board Director, Gleeds.



The CRRC International Talent Development programme

Now in its eighth year, we developed this successful partnership programme with University of Nottingham Ningbo, China and CRRC, the world’s largest rolling stock manufacturer.

The programme develops the skills of CRRC’s high potential employees in international business themes including Managing International Business, Understanding the Global Environment, Cross-Cultural Communication, Managing Post Mergers and Acquisition Challenges and Leading Technologies.

Delegates go on to lead major projects in CRRC global operations.



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Executive Education

Nottingham University Business School
Jubilee Campus

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5273