The Landscape Institute has announced that its CEO Dan Cook will be leaving the association in April after five years in the role.
A statement released b the Landscape Institute said that Dan “has been an excellent leader during a time of positive transformation at the LI and we’ll be sorry to see him go”.
Dan Cook said: “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my last few years with the LI and the changes we’ve made as an organisation. I’ve been particularly pleased that we’ve made the LI more current, modern and relevant. We’ve sought to have strong employer and industry engagement, and have continued evidence-based policy making and consultative standard setting over the past five years…
“There remain ongoing challenges and with the continued impact of the global pandemic there’s a need for continued focus on staff wellbeing, the uncertain economic outlook and responding to new methods for delivery of areas such as online exams and online working. This will need sustained commitment from the LI’s leadership team, and with a great team in place who really support one another, I’m confident the LI will go from strength to strength in the future.”
The board of trustees is now looking to appoint a new CEO, and will be recruiting an interim CEO in the meantime.