or be Malcolm Lowe-Lauri.
What a prat.
I think this type of story supports my idea that management in public sectors are play school children compared to their private company counterparts.
Mr Lowe-Lauri is faced with some cuts on his hands so he has a tuff job like most CEOs around the globe.
Mr Lowe-Lauri has targets to meet and should be spending hours in the office trying to balance the books to make these targets a reality like most CEOs around the globe.
Mr Lowe-Lauri spends his time emailing management (who then email staff who then email the media) to say his answer to the cuts is to not pay staff in August and September.............. unlike any responsible CEO who takes his/her job seriously.
What Mr Lowe-Lauri has done is in effect be an A1 prat who shouldn't be CEO of Leicester University Hospitals. He shouldn't be CEO anywhere. He should, in all reality, be laughed out of his position and he may (I use the word 'may') get a job in my private company as an constant reminder to everyone else how not to conduct themselves in business.... and how not to be responsible.... and how to not have a back bone..... and how to......