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Taking control of your own career is an essential part of your leadership journey. In this insightful webinar Ian Joesbury shares his own experiences, learnings, setbacks and reflections. Learning from others experiences is a great way to help kick-start your own leadership journey. This webinar has been updated with his latest experiences and insights into becoming chartered.
In an ideal world your manager should help you discover your leadership journey. In reality the only person who can make your career come to life is you. Ian shares his insights into what brought him success and gives you insights into how you might take that next step.
12:00 - Webinar Programme
12:00 - Webinar begins
12:30 - Q&A session
13:00 - Webinar ends
Ian Joesbury: Vendigital Ltd, Director
Ian Joesbury has been a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the IMechE for over 25 years, becoming a Fellow in 2011 and he is now President-elect. He is also a fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Having graduated in engineering from Imperial College, London in 1986 with a B.Eng in Mechanical Engineering his early career spanned Automotive and Process Industries with Ford Motor Company and then Imperial Chemical Industries.
Following an MBA at Warwick Business School Ian returned to automotive with Lucas Aftermarket but soon moved onto Aerospace where he has spent the last 19 years.
During his career in Aerospace Ian has carried out a number of senior Operations and Programme roles within Lucas Aerospace, Smiths Aerospace and Meggitt plc. Having joined Meggitt initially to create the Operations Excellence group function and embed Strategic Sourcing into the business he became President of Meggitt Polymers & Composites, a division with over 2000 employees, facilities in the UK and US and a broad customer base.
Ian is now a Director at Vendigital Ltd.
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