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2020 PROGRAMME

 

The UK Government has pledged to reduce net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. The government do have extensive plans in place to reduce emissions but it is business that will need to lead the way...

SPEAKER(S): Julie Baddeley, Chair, Chapter Zero

Kevin Price, Chief Operating Officer, BAFTA

David Golding, Group Corporate Services Director, Go-Ahead Group

Neil Beresford, Partner, Clyde & Co

CHAIR: Cressida Pollock, Advisor, Systemiq & Former CEO, ENO

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Diversity is a key priority, and in most cases, challenge, not only for business but society. In this session we will discuss how businesses are tackling this and the techniques they are using to ensure…

SPEAKER(S): Christopher Kenna, Brand Advance

CHAIR: Marisa Hall, Co-Head, Thinking Ahead Institute at Willis Towers Watson

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On demand from Monday April 27.

Tone starts from the top and if the board operates in an ivory tower, it will never be able to support its employees effectively. In this session, we will look at the benefits of employee representation on the board, how they can add value...

SPEAKER(S): Elisabeth Stheeman, International Portfolio NED, Financial Services/Real Estate

Gillian Karran-Cumberlege, Founding Partner, Fidelio Partners

CHAIR: Andrew Allner, Chairman, SIG plc

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How can an organisation successfully and quickly identify solutions to respond and thrive through key challenges, including the once in a lifetime Covid-19 challenge?

In this session, we will discuss how the whole Board, Executive and Non-Executive, can quickly align on strategic responses to key challenges through the use of diagnostic approaches. Momentum and alignment: more critical now than ever before.

SPEAKER(S): Belden Menkus, Managing Director, Menkus & Associates

CHAIR: Wendy Barnes, NED, BMT Group, OCS Group UK

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AI has improved significantly in recent years and is driving innovation and efficiencies across all types of business operations. As technology continues to open up new opportunities...

SPEAKER(S): Alison Lowndes, Artificial Intelligence DevRel, NVIDIACHAIR: Alex McCracken, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Bank

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The FRC transition to ARGA has set out a clear and exciting new mandate. With new leadership in place, the stronger powers set down in law are aimed at allowing the regulator to work more effectively and…

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The change in how we work forced by COVID-19 has brought about many opportunities and challenges. Boards and leadership teams have adapted quickly to ensure continued effective engagement and communications with employees and clients. In this session we will discuss:
· What are the differences with digital mentoring
· Why is mentoring more important than ever
· How does the technology help or hinder
· Managing expectations and results
· Ideas for successful mentoring in the Covid world

SPEAKER(S): Stephen Pierce, Deputy Managing Director, Hitachi Europe

CHAIR: Lesley Knox, Portfolio NED & Chairman, L&G plc, Centrica, Thomas Cook & more

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Many organisations are through the “emergency” phase of responding to Covid-19, and there is now a growing public discussion about what happens next, particularly how businesses might “build back better”. This will be an open, panel discussion with an opportunity to share your own challenges and experiences with your peers.

PANELLISTS: Christopher Rodrigues, Chairman, Port of London Authority

Wendy Barnes, Portfolio NED, OCS Group, BMT Group & more

Simon Bumfrey, Head of Relationship Banking (Europe), Silicon Valley Bank

FACILITATOR: Belden Menkus, Managing Director, Menkus & Associates

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As organisations look to grow, expanding their audience and consumer profile is a key focus. In this session, Members will hear from enterprises who have successfully moved into new territories...

SPEAKER(S): Giles Palmer, CEO, Brandwatch

CHAIR: Alex McCracken, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Bank

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Succession planning is an important factor in good governance and key to ensuring business continuity and growth. In this session, we will discuss how planning for mistakes is an important part...

SPEAKER(s): Alan Cook, Chairman, LV= Liverpool Victoria

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When a crisis situation arises, it is vital that a company has some kind of plan in place so the issue can be dealt with appropriately...

SPEAKER(S): Alan Lovell, Chairman,Interserve

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Does the amount you spend on Cyber Security reflect its importance to your organisation? And is there much point in investing huge sums of money if you don’t also...

SPEAKER(S): Steven Trippier, Group CISO, Anglian Water

CHAIR: Mike Haley, CEO, Cifas

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The pace of change in public attitudes combined with rapid leaps in technology has given rise to an explosion of start-ups offering consumers new products and experiences in ways that have never been done before...

SPEAKER(S): Alex McCracken, Managing Director, Corporate Venture Relationships, Silicon Valley Bank

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