fastTrack Forum 2020

10 March 2020 - London

Learning Together

PROGRAMME

MORNING WORKSHOPS – Technical fitness

A1 Analytics in action – interactive learning
A2 Working together – handling a major loss
A3 Beat the hacker –
A4 Global tensions – how we respond to them

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS – Personal fitness

B1 Earning trust and respect – more than whistle-blowing lines
B2 Investing in yourself – sharpening your  management skills
B3 Expressing yourself – developing effective communication skills
B4 Assessing future risks and opportunities – horizon scanning and scenario analysis in action
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MORNING

8:30

REGISTRATION AND LIGHT BREAKFAST

9:10

WELCOME

Julia Graham, Deputy CEO and Technical Director, Airmic

9:15

PLENARY: THE FUTURE OF THE PROFESSION

The careers and motivations of today’s professionals are evolving fast. These changes are demanding organisations create more agile working environments that are responsive to their employees needs. Drawing on the result of Airmic’s Future of the profession survey, Amanda Scott will discuss how workplace behaviours and expectations are changing in our profession.
Presented by Amanda Scott, Head of Talent, Willis Towers Watson

10:10

PLENARY:FIND YOUR BRILLIANT – OPPORTUNITY SHRINKS OR EXPANDS IN PROPORTION TO YOUR COURAGE. IT’S TIME TO DIG DEEP AND CREATE NEW FUTURES

This session draws on the growth mindset philosophy that we are resourceful to develop as  individuals and as brilliant leaders. It incorporates personal bench marking, exploration of what you want to achieve as a leader, where your strengths lie and where you want to invest in yourself. You will leave with positive energy, new awareness and ideas you can work with to develop as a leader within your organisation.

Presented by Michelle Elstein, Founder, Courageous Co

10:45

NETWORKING AND REFRESHMENT BREAK

11:15

MORNING WORKSHOPS

12:45

LUNCH

 

AFTERNOON

13:30

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

15:00

NETWORKING AND REFRESHMENT BREAK

15:30

PLENARY: Communicating with Confidence

This session will help participants think about their own presence, and how to use this to build connections and long lasting relationships. It will allow them to use their self to influence others. We frame this from a communication perspective, encouraging participants to consider the image they project of themselves into their organisation and out to stakeholders and clients, and how to build long-lasting relationships as a result

Presented by Joel Trill Tutor, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts – RADA

16:30

DEBATE: EMBRACING THE FUTURE

Disruption is the new normal and no industry is exempt from change. Life is faster, more complex and connected, more challenging – and more exciting! Although technology will facilitate change, people will take the decisions that will drive change. This context creates new risks and new opportunities and demands a shift in emphasis for the risk professional. The panel will consider future challenges for the profession in an interactive session

17:15

CLOSING REMARKS

John Ludlow, CEO, Airmic

17:30

DRINKS RECEPTION

18:30

CLOSE

LOCATION

For enquiries email susi.ozkurt@airmic.com

fastTrack Forum 2020
10 March – London

Venue
Willis Towers Watson, 51 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7DQ

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