THE UNITED KINGDOM Green Constructing Council (UKGBC) has uncovered the names of 22 professionals who’ve been selected to attempt its Future Leaders program 2022.
Today in its ninth, the five-month programme includes high-potential professionals from over the built environment sector to be a part of a unique program of leadership and creativity.
The programme begins with a two-day development workshop in past due January, accompanied by a retreat in March and can culminate in an night time of showcase presentations to business leaders in June 2022. The programme takes individuals on a trip to build up their innovative thinking, company idea development, private leadership skills, storytelling and collaboration.
Future Leaders offers a discussion board for tomorrow’s leaders to grapple with critical conditions that the industry will face later on, and challenges individuals to work to handle these collaboratively. Graduates from the program can to join the particular exclusive Upcoming Leadership Forum alumni network, which brings opportunities for continued believed leadership right over the built environment worth chain.
2022 Long term Leaders:
- Sophie West, Bruntwood
- Martina Concordia, BuroFour
- Giulia Mori, CBRE
- Steve Marks, Conisbee
- Ben Sewell, chapmanbdsp
- Dan Carson, Dan Carson Sustainability
- Morgan Baker, Fabrix London
- Matthew Weaver, Fabrix London
- Megan Sodzawiczny, Fabrix London
- Douglas Higgins, Base
- Pleasure Doyle, Grid Advantage
- Jasmine Tredget, Grosvenor
- Ellen Lockhart, Grosvenor
- Ruby Lowe, Hydrock
- Stuart Cochrane, JLL
- Emma Gilchrist, Laing O’Rourke
- Clifford Ellis, Legal & Common Capital
- Tom Whalley, Multiplex
- Ruth Marsh, Sheppard Robson Architects LLP
- Sukriye Robinson, SOM
- Emily, UKGBC
- Daniel Oliver, Willmott Dixon
Elfrida Hamilton-Russell, Mind of understanding and Leadership at UKGBC, said: “We have been delighted to welcome 22 of the constructed environment’s rising superstars to the 2022 Upcoming Leaders program. With this particular year’s programme following warm on the heels of COP26, it is important organisations are buying leadership development and advancement to enable businesses transform promising commitments into environment action.
“I anticipate welcoming the most recent cohort and attempting to equip them with the abilities, courage and mindset to aid the constructed environment’s transformation into the one that is suit for a net zero upcoming.”