17: Leading without the job title – interview with Sellafield’s Matthew Henry

Leading without the job title requires skill and the ability persuade and bring teams along who on a day-to-day basis might be reporting to others. So, how can we do that?
Listen in to our chat with Matthew Henry, PhD ChPP MAPM MICW
Integration Project Manager for Sellafield Ltd..

Some great insights into what leadership actually is. We are addressing issues of power and leadership as well as questions such as:

How do leaders develop their own leadership skills and how to they manage highly skilled experts to perform at their best within a project team?

Mini Bio for Matthew:
Matthew is a Chartered Project Manager with experience in delivering infrastructure projects in the nuclear industry, where he currently works for Sellafield Ltd on the Infrastructure Strategic Alliance as the Integration Project Manager for the Flask Maintenance Improvement Programme. Before joining the Infrastructure Strategic Alliance with Sellafield in 2015, Matthew managed projects for both the Health & Safety Executive and the Office for Nuclear Regulation and a number of clients in the oil & gas and chemical & process industries. He is a member of the Institute for Collaborative Working and the Association for Project Management and holds a PhD in Applied Immunobiology. Outside of work he is an active member of a local church, volunteers for Safe Families, and enjoys landscape photography in the local Fells.

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