Leadership Resilience: A Virtual Live Briefing with Steve Murrells, Chief Executive, Co-op
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More than ever, organisations from across the sectors have looked towards their senior leaders for guidance, strength, and stability in the face of a global pandemic. We are delighted to be joined by Steve Murrells, Chief Executive of Co-op, who will share his experiences and leadership journey throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
By joining us live, you will:
- Gain insight into the value of resilience from a leadership perspective
- Understand the impact of the pandemic on senior leaders, and their organisations
- Have the unique opportunity to pose your questions directly to Steve during an audience Q&A
Steve Murrells became Co-op Group CEO in March 2017 having previously led the Co-op’s Food business. Steve was a key part of the Executive team who rescued and turned around the business post 2014 when the Group almost collapsed. Now, Steve has overall responsibility for all the Co-op’s businesses - Food, Funeralcare, Insurance, Legal Services and Health. Steve has also overseen the acquisition of Nisa Retail Limited which now sees the Co-op wholesale to over 7,700 stores across the UK. The Co-op is the UK’s largest mutual business with more than 4.5 million members, 63,000 colleagues and a presence in every postal region of the country. Steve has developed a bold vision for the Co-op, to ‘Co-operate for a fairer world.’ He has led the organisation to stay true to this throughout and in the aftermath of the Covid 19 crisis and campaigns boldly on issues such as violence against shop workers, modern slavery, racial inequality and food poverty.
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