About the Leadership Council
- Published: Friday, 19 September 2014 12:19
- Written by Joseph
The National Centre has a unique Leadership Council of senior business leaders and Vice Chancellors drawn from our member organisations.
Each of our member organisations nominates a leader from the very highest level to sit on the Leadership Council, making it a powerful networking body. View members of the Leadership Council.
The Leadership Council establishes the priorities for university-business collaboration. By bringing together expertise from every single part of the UK and a range of economic sectors the Leadership Council can identify the challenges at the interface between universities and business and how to work together on them.
In this way the Leadership Council guides the work of the NCUB, with their recommendations setting NCUB's priority areas, leading to our Task Forces and Projects and ensuring NCUB is led by leaders.
The Leadership Council also has a formal role to evaluate, advise on and approve membership of the NCUB Board of Directors and our annual corporate strategy.
Members of the Leadership Council also receive exclusive invitations to other NCUB Events, including Chatham House style meetings and the NCUB Annual Lecture.
The Leadership Council is a unique and influential body from NCUB, the only organisation bringing together universities and business to influence government and solve the country's challenges.
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