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Lessons From The Top: What I Learnt In My First Year as a Chief Executive
How do you make the transition from director to CEO? There are no handbooks so what now? How would you cope in your first hundred days and make a lasting impact on your organisation. Join Connex NextGen where CEOs from various industries will share their experiences and lessons learnt in their first year as Chief Executive.

Jun 17, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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Sheron Carter
ex CEO @Habinteg
Sheron is an experienced executive with a strong track record spanning 36 years in social housing and the charity sector. Sheron has successfully led three housing associations as a Chief Executive and a charity as its Managing Director. Sheron led Arhag out of regulatory supervision and set the foundations for its success and growth. She also led Habinteg back to the highest regulatory gradin. Under her leadership Habinteg maintained Investors in People Gold and were set on the path to deliver a more ambitious development programme. At Gateway, Sheron developed a strategy to give the organisation unique purpose amongst competing local providers which resulted in significant growth and a diverse service offer. Sheron was appointed to set up the charity Frontline Housing Advice, which she led for 8 years. Frontline was one of the first voluntary organisations to secure a legal service franchise for housing advice. Its first compliance rating was 83%.
David Montague FCCA FRICS CBE
NED @L&Q Group
David led L&Q as its CEO for almost thirteen years, starting in 2008 as the world fell into recession and surviving several changes of government, Brexit and a Pandemic. During his time L&Q grew to become one of the Countrys leading housing associations, combining a commercial drive with a strong and unwavering social purpose. Growth was not without its challenges, L&Q learned from its successes and mistakes and remains a leading light in the world of housing. David left L&Q in 2021 and is now pursuing a non executive and advisory career.
David Grevemberg CBE
Chief Innovation and Partnerships Officer @Centre for Sport and Human Rights
David Grevemberg CBE is Chief Innovation and Partnerships Officer at the Centre for Sport and Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to taking on this role in April 2021, David served for over six years as the Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), the organisation responsible for the Commonwealth Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and numerous development and social change initiatives. David joined the CGF in 2014 from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games where he was Chief Executive of the Organising Committee and oversaw the hugely successful international multi-sport event. He was previously the Executive Director of Sport and International Federation Relations at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) headquartered in Bonn, Germany from 1999 to 2009. A former competitive wrestler, during his career he has also served as a coach, athlete agent, team administrator, consultant and Board member.