Calum has worked in several Health Boards within NHS Scotland and held a number of Director portfolios including Director of Strategic Change, Director of Governance and Delivery, Director of Human Resources and Director of Operations before becoming Deputy CEO at Swansea NHS Trust.
Within two months Calum was offered the Acting CEO post and turned around a £12.5m financial deficit through clinical redesign initiatives and went on to achieve a further £15.5m savings in the following year.
In January 2010 Calum returned to the Scottish NHS system and was appointed Chief Executive of NHS Borders, following this he became CEO of NHS Lanarkshire in 2015 and currently leads one of the largest health boards in Scotland.
Karen is a Director at Livingston James and is responsible for driving growth in the functional brands: Rutherford Cross, Edison Bond, Drummond Bridge and Amicus Ford.
A fellow of the CIPD, Karen has over 12 years’ experience in the recruitment industry, previously as Managing Director of Hudson, UKI & Middle East operations. She spent seven years running the Scottish Hudson business and, in that capacity, has extensive experience, within Higher & Further education. Prior to her career in recruitment Karen worked in various international organisations in senior HR roles, primarily responsible for talent management, succession planning, organisational development & transformation.
Duncan is the founder and Managing Director of The Tannahill Partnership Ltd who works with a range of strategic thinking specialists to deliver client solutions focused on growth, results and changed behaviour. He is a certified Business and Executive Coach and accredited in the use of the Life Orientations® total person assessment and analysis system.
In his previous role as Chief Executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, Duncan was responsible for introducing major change to the organisation’s culture and customer relationships as well as the development of new products and services to support the business community. His contribution to the City of Glasgow was recognised by Glasgow City Council in 2004 when they awarded him their inaugural ‘Gold Medal for Enterprise’.
Until 2013 Bob was the Chief Engineer for Openreach, one of the five BT Group Lines of Business. In this role he was responsible for the strategy and design of the access network that connects homes and businesses in the UK, which involved setting the vision and strategy, defining the planning policies, making the business case and bringing forward innovative solutions.
Bob became a Trustee of ENABLE Scotland in 2011 and the Chair of the Board of Trustees in 2015. At Openreach he was Chair of the Diversity Forum and the Disability and Inclusion Champion.
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