THE podcast: Leading with David Llewellyn

The vice-chancellor of Harper Adams University shares the lessons he’s learned heading the agricultural institution for 10 years and how it’s preparing for Brexit

October 11, 2019
Podcast (old microphone placed on office desk)

In the first episode of our series spotlighting university leaders, we speak with David Llewellyn, vice-chancellor of Harper Adams University, a specialist agriculture institution in the UK.

He tells us about how coming to the role with no agricultural or academic background has influenced his leadership style, which is built around spotting talent and giving people space to expand their abilities.

And with farming expected to be the sector hit hardest by the UK’s leaving the European Union, we asked how his institution is preparing the agricultural community for Brexit.

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