Companionship of the Chartered Management Institute for Pro Vice-Chancellor
Monday 01 June 2015
Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean Professor Adrian Hopgood has been made a companion of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Companionship is by invitation only and is the most prestigious grade of membership of the CMI. The invitation was in recognition of the contribution Professor Hopgood has made to the field of leadership and management.
Companionship is a network of senior leaders from the private, public and third sectors who actively engage with the CMI by advocating best practice and contributing to change management agendas. Companions also participate in research projects, mentor younger managers and students, and attend a number of events including roundtable discussions and seminars that include high profile guest speakers. Through this role Professor Hopgood, on behalf of Sheffield Business School, will work closely with the CMI to make management and leadership a priority for the UK industry.
To mark the occasion Professor Hopgood attended a companions networking event in London. Professor Hopgood said, ‘My invitation to become a companion of the CMI is testimony to the hard work of colleagues who have established Sheffield Business School as a CMI partner institution. I am delighted to accept this invitation, which will provide the school with valuable opportunities to engage further with the CMI.’