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Get ready to make your career aspirations a reality, roll up your sleeves and together let’s make your goals happen.  Becoming an undergraduate in the Department of Enterprise, Leadership and Management at Chester Business School is the first step towards becoming an Entrepreneurial Business Leader. The Enterprise and Leadership team will equip you for your future from Day One with our Programmes, grounded in the real world, preparing you for your future.  A Department of committed, diverse, professionally accomplished, academically prolific lecturers, will nurture your path towards achievement.  

As soon as you arrive you will build meaningful connections with the external business environment to support the development of critical thinking, innovative management capabilities and the establishment of a professional network, essential in today’s business world. As you engage in your learning journey in the Department of Enterprise, Leadership and Management, you will have fun and create friendships, connections and memories that will last a lifetime.

In your second year of study with us, you will be offered the opportunity, mentorship and support to initiate a business.  Being entrepreneurial is more than starting a business it’s about empowering you to respond to an ever-changing commercial world.   You will be empowered to develop a growth mindset and critical perspective on maximising your potential and achievement.  Whether you see yourself as an entrepreneur, innovating in a large corporation or solving societal issues, the Departmental Team will help you succeed.  You’ll graduate from our Department, career-ready with in demand Business Management skills and knowledge with a make-it-happen mindset.

Our Staff

Associate Professor & Head of Department of Enterprise, Leadership and Management
Senior Lecturer in Business and Management
Lisa Conway
Senior Lecturer Business and Management
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource & Business Management
Senior Lecturer and Senior University Teaching Fellow
Paul Manning
Professor in Business Ethics
Programme Leader, Business Management
Programme Leader for International Business Management
Senior Lecturer in Business Management

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