Guest Speaker Series
We run an annual guest speaker series open to businesses, professionals, students, alumni and staff. Industry experts, leading business figures and entrepreneurs are invited to speak across a range of subjects including business and management, leadership, marketing, PR, economics, finance, accounting, and human resource management.
Past speakers include the CEO of the London Stock Exchange, the Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, past Chair and President of the Academy of Marketing, Chief Executives of the British Bankers Association and Leeds Rugby Ltd, the Chief Economist of Yorkshire Bank and the Editor of Cosmopolitan.
Our guest speaker events are free to attend (unless otherwise stated), but places are limited, so please register in advance to secure your place.
Upcoming Guest Speakers
Leeds 2023 – European Capital of Culture?
Leeds is bidding to be the European Capital of Culture. Join us to find out more and be part of the creative excitement.
The Legal Profession and the Rule of Law in the Digital Age
Joe Egan, President of the Law Society of England and Wales will present at Leeds Beckett University as part of Leeds Law School's Law in Practice series.
So Who Asked For GDPR?
May 2018 sees the enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulations. Join Duncan Smith as he explores some of the questions businesses face when handling and sharing our information.
Women in Business: Leadership & Empowerment
The role of women has developed considerably over recent years, both in large corporates and smaller firms. As a partner sponsor for EY’s Women’s Network in Yorkshire, Suzanne will be examining the benefits of a balanced workforce at all levels.
LBS Guest Speaker - Will Holman: Economic Prospects
Will’s session will look at the current global economic development and uncertainty and how this is likely to affect the UK and regional economy.
Ann Wagner: The Patient Will See You Now Dr ….The Changing Face of Healthcare Communications
With an Executive career that has included regional and national roles in the NHS, Ann Wagner shares her reflections and experiences when she returns to Leeds Business School some 30 years after graduating.