Mark has almost 20 years’ experience working globally in education. He has comprehensive knowledge in leadership development, international corporate relations and the design, delivery and facilitation of high impact executive education programmes.
Mark’s creative and practical approach to leadership development, underpinned by evidence-based intellectual thinking, has resulted in the creation of numerous unique interventions that are tailored, innovative and experiential to meet the changing global context and needs of each client and their respective organisation.
Mark has a global client portfolio with particular interest in China and has spent the last fifteen years working with many of the countries leading state owned enterprises (Financial and Professional Service, Healthcare, Construction, Engineering and Energy) and Academic Institutions to deliver highly practical, international recognised executive education programmes.
His work has created significant impact, connecting many of the leading professional service and financial service institutions in the UK to their peers in China. One of Mark’s proudest moments was the recognition of his work in international development, personally receiving The Queen’s Award for Enterprise from Her Majesty the Queen for the Institutes contribution to International Trade.
Mark is currently working to further develop the Institutes online and blended learning capabilities to act as a valuable addition to its already impressive international reputation.
Mark joined the Møller Institute in 2003, having previously held international Business Development roles. Mark graduated from Exeter University and also holds a Diploma in Professional Marketing.
As a natural leader, Mark has always enjoyed engaging the team in active challenges aligned to his personal passion for sport and fitness. One of the more memorable examples, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Institute, was to lead a team to cycle over 700 miles from its benefactor’s home in Copenhagen back to Cambridge raising almost £15,000 for a local children’s charity.