CUBO Summer Conference 2017

Punch Above Your Weight

Tuesday 27th, June - Thursday 29th, June

Programme

Friday 23 June - Monday 26 June 2017

CUBO International Study Tour (click to view programme)

 

Tuesday 27 June 2017

 

TIME DESCRIPTION LOCATION
07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast for early arrivals and Exhibitors Dolche Vita, Keynes College
11.00 - 18.00 Conference Registration and Enquiry Desk Foyer, The Sibson Building
12.00 - 13.35 Exhibition and Lunch Sports Hall 1
13.00 - 13.20 New Member Welcome - Emma Furnival, Assistant Director, Hospitality and Accommodation Services, University of Wolverhampton and CUBO Chair LT3, The Sibson Building
13.25 - 13.45 Welcome to Conference and Chair's Welcome - Sandra Matthews-Marsh MBE, Conference Host and Emma Furnival, Assistant Director, Hospitality and Accommodation Services, University of Wolverhampton and CUBO Chair LT3, The Sibson Building
From 14.00 Check-in to accommodation  Keynes College Reception
13.45 - 14.45

Keynote 1: How Businesses Can Build Trust Through Telling a Better Story

Gavin Esler, Chancellor, University of Kent

 

LT3, The Sibson Building
14.45 - 15.15

Main Sponsor Session:

Design for Life: Furnishing Spaces for Student Health and Well-being - Richard Eagleton, Managing Director, David Phillips Contracts

LT3, The Sibson Building
15.15 - 16.00 Exhibition and Refreshments Sports Hall 1
16.00 - 17.30 CUBO Business Meeting - CUBO Exec LT3, The Sibson Building
18.30 Coaches depart for East Quay and Whitstable's Beach Keynes Bus Stop
19.00 - 22.30 Seashells and Shindigs (Seafood Buffet and BBQ)  East Quay and Whitstable Beach
22.30 - 23.00 Coaches depart for the University of Kent East Quay
22.30 - 01.00 Post-Social Networking Bar K Bar, Keynes College

 

Wednesday 28 June 2017

 

TIME DESCRIPTION LOCATION
07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast Dolche Vita, Keynes College
09.00 - 17.00 Conference Registration and Enquiry Desk Foyer, The Sibson Building
08.15 - 09.15 Pre-Booked Campus Tour - Briony Bruce-Johnson, Events Co-ordinator and Sarah Tooze, Reception Services Co-ordinator.   Meet at Keynes College Reception
09.30 - 10.00 University Welcome - Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow, Vice-Chancellor, University of Kent LT3, The Sibson Building
10.00 - 11.00

Keynote 2

Barry McGuigan, MBE, Former WBA World Featherweight Champion and Hall of Famer

LT3, The Sibson Building
11.00 - 11.30 Exhibition and Refreshments Sports Hall 1
11.30 - 13.10

Select Sessions

This section consists of 17 different sessions lasting up to 30 minutes. Each session will take place twice, giving 34 sessions in total. The 34 sessions are grouped into 3 blocks, with a 5 minute gap in between each session.

During each block there will be between four and six sessions running concurrently. Delegates will be able to attend a maximum of 8 sessions.

Delgates will be asked to select sessions during the booking process.

Select Sessions - Block A:

Emma Furnival, Amanda Shipley and Oliver Stokes  - The £4m refurbishment of the catering and courtyard area on the main city campus at Wolverhampton University

Michael Lees - Coaching Models and Techniques - An Interactive Session Using Russian Dolls

Jon Greenwood - Building a Winning team Without Money

David Haigh, Eleanor Cocks and Alison Chambers - Gulbenkian Uncovered

John Iveson - Fit for King’s – Creating a Culture of Customer Service

Richard Kington - The University of Edinburgh's Holyrood Development

Joel Staley - Overcoming Operational Challenges in Multi-Stakeholder Capital Projects

Stewart Ross - Building a Successful Organisational Culture to Deliver Success at Leeds

Gagan Kapoor - Simplicity as a Strategic Priority

Professor David Russell - Vulnerabilty, Resilience and RAVI Making a Difference

Mike Haslin - TUCO: Inspiring members to SHARE, LEARN, BUY & GROW

Various rooms, The Sibson Building
13.10 - 14.05 Exhibition and Lunch Sports Hall 1
14.05 - 15.45

Select Sessions - Block B:

Emma Furnival, Amanda Shipley and Oliver Stokes  - The £4m Refurbishment of the Catering and Courtyard Area on the Main City Campus at Wolverhampton University

Michael Lees - Coaching Models and Techniques - An Interactive Session using Russian Dolls

Richard Watson - Spinning the Plates - Productive Engagement in a Competitive Environment

Graham Holmes - Relentless Restlessness

John Iveson - Fit for King’s – Creating a Culture of Customer Service

Richard Kington - The University of Edinburgh's Holyrood Development

Tracey Russell - Innovative Partnerships

Kevin Stuckey and Louisa Harvey - Winning Business - The "One Stop" Event Management Approach

Gagan Kapoor - Simplicity as a Strategic Priority

Stewart Elsmore - The Rat Race

Simon Westerman - Does CUBO Punch at its Weight?

Various rooms, The Sibson Building
15.45 - 16.05 Exhibition and Refreshments Sports Hall 1
16.05 - 17.10

Select Sessions - Block C:

Jon Greenwood - Building a Winning Team Without Money

Stewart Ross - Building a Successful Organisational Culture to Deliver Success at Leeds

Professor David Russell - Vulnerabilty, Resilience and RAVI Making a Difference

Richard Watson - Spinning the Plates - Productive Engagement in a Competitive Environment 

Kevin Stuckey and Louisa Harvey - Winning Business - The "One Stop" Event Management Approach

Stewart Elsmore -The Rat Race

David Haigh, Eleanor Cocks and Alison Chambers - Gulbenkian Uncovered

Joel Staley - Overcoming Operational Challenges in Multi-Stakeholder Capital Projects

Mike Haslin - TUCO: Inspiring Members to SHARE, LEARN, BUY & GROW 

Graham Holmes - 
Relentless Restlessness

Tracey Russell - Innovative Partnerships

Simon Westerman - Does CUBO Punch at its Weight?

Various rooms, The Sibson Building
18.30 - 19.45 Awards Dinner Drinks Reception  Colyer-Fergusson Hall 
19.00 - 19.45 Performance by YolanDa Brown (Saxophonist) Colyer-Fergusson Hall
20.00 - 23.00 Awards Dinner and CUBO Awards Evening - Host Sandra Matthews-Marsh MBE Rutherford Dining Hall
23.00 - 01.00 Post Awards Networking Bar K Bar, Keynes College

 

Thursday 29 June 2017

 

TIME DESCRIPTION LOCATION
07.30 - 09.00 Breakfast Dolche Vita, Keynes College
07.45 - 09.00 Check-out (Please note: delegates must check out by 10am) Keynes College Reception
09.20 - 10.30 Call to MMU 2018 - Claire Twaites, Director of Facilities, Manchester Metropolitan University LT3, The Sibson Building
09.30 - 10.30

Keynote 3: 'We Fall Down, We Get Up Again': The Desert Fathers, Dynamics, and the Case of the Derelict Scout Hut

Reverend Richard Coles, Parish Priest, Broadcaster and Chancellor of the University of Northampton

 

LT3, The Sibson Building
10.40 - 11.25 Exhibition, Refreshments, Closing Remarks and Prize Draw Sports Hall 1
11.50 Delegate Transfers to Canterbury West Train Station