Webcast: Covid-19 Story by the British Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Nick Archer
Nick Archer will share his Covid-19 story from the perspective of the British ambassador but also as a British citizen living in the Czech Republic. He will talk about his experience with crises management and leadership applied on the present situation and the challenges caused by the Covid 19 pandemic. What did he learn from the past weeks? Nick will share his lessons learned, successes, failures, key solutions and valuable tips.
Nick Archer is the British ambassador to the Czech Republic. Previously he served as ambassador to Denmark and High Commissioner to Malta. He attended St Chad’s College, Durham University, gaining a BA in English and German in 1982 and joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1983. From 1995 to 1997 he was First Secretary in Oslo, and from 1997 to 2000 he was Assistant Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales. In March 2006 he became the High Commissioner to Malta, remaining until August 2008. He later became the Ambassador to Denmark from 2008 until 2012. He then worked for 6 years for UK Trade & Investment, and was appointed Ambassador to the Czech Republic in January 2018. He was awarded the MVO in 2001.