Time: 16:00pm to 18:00 Oct 18th (Thursday), 2018
Location:S116 ,South Building,New Library
Lecture ：Prof.Jennifer Johnson
Topic：What Do You Need to Work Effectively in A Multinational Environment?
Organized by：School of Management ,CTBU
About Prof.Jennifer Johnson
Prof.Jennifer Johnson graduated from University of Newcastle upon Tyne with a BA(Hons) Geography in 1969,then went on to study Management at University of Salford gaining an MSc Management with the specialist area of Human Resource Management,and she got her Postgraduate Certificate in Education from HongKong Universityin 1989.
Shestayed in Hong Kong for 11 years . During this time sheworked for various software companies developing training materials for computer systems. Shealso worked for a Management Training company again developing training materials. Onher return to England shemoved into the education field to work. Firstly shelectured in Lincoln at the Further Education College where shedeveloped a suite of HR courses. These were all at various levels and lead to the qualifications of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) which was previously the IPM. In 2004 shemoved to the University of Lincoln where shewas a Programme Leader for the MSc HRM courses both Part-time and Full-time. In 2010 shebecame Programme Leader for a range of Full-time Postgraduate programmes – MBA, MBA Finance, MSc HRM/D, MSc Marketing and MSc International Business.
In 2013 Prof.Jennifer Johnson left the University and came to Chongqing where shelectured at CTBU for 2 years. Shetaught Business related courses, Oral English and worked on the development of some courses including Business Negotiation and Doing Business in China.
In 2015 shereturned to England and she isnow involved in voluntary work.She isa Trustee of a small national Charity where she is joint Chair of the Board of Trustees dealing largely with the HR issues.She isalso a Police Support Volunteer where she work on a Government programme aimed to reduce the possibilities of the radicalisation of young people.