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  • How to lead and coach your team to create superior value for all stakeholders
    How to lead and coach your team to create superior value for all stakeholders Professor Peter Hawkins Recorded: Feb 7 2018 59 mins
    In this webinar Professor Peter Hawkins, will show how in today’s world of hyper-change and hyper-connectivity, it is essential to have highly effective leadership teams, that function at more than the sum of their parts, and that take collective responsibility for both leading the business and connecting with stakeholders.

    He will introduce the five disciplines model of highly effective teams, and the steps on the journey from being a team manager, to a team leader, then a team orchestrator and then a team coach. He will show how both models have been applied internationally in many successful global firms including those in the Finance Sector.

    Professor Peter Hawkins

    Peter Hawkins is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School and Founder and Chairman of Renewal Associates. He is a leading consultant, writer and researcher in leadership and leadership development and an international thought leader in executive teams, and systemic team coaching. He has just led a major global research project on Tomorrow’s Leadership and the Necessary Revolution in Today’s Leadership Development.
  • Supply Chain Finance: an opportunity or a challenge for banks?
    Supply Chain Finance: an opportunity or a challenge for banks? Charles Findlay Recorded: Dec 14 2017 57 mins
    Supply Chain Finance is an increasingly important area in both the worlds of supply chain and of finance. It demonstrates the importance of the strategic relationship between the physical supply of goods and services and the associated financial flows. In the webcast, we will cover:

    -An introduction to Supply Chains and the evolution of Supply Chain Management to include Supply Chain Finance.
    -How finance and the supply chain fit together, using a case study from the automotive industry.
    -The opportunities and challenges of the different forms of supply chain finance.

    In the Q&A at the end of the webcast, we will discuss the role financial service providers can have in SCF and how this changes some of the traditional relationships between banks and their clients.

    Charles Findlay
    Charles graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in Engineering Science. He spent five years with GEC as an industrial engineer working in various manufacturing industries in Europe and US. Following an MBA from London Business School, he joined Andersen Consulting, now Accenture, where over the next sixteen years he worked first in the Strategy practice, then ran the UK Supply Chain practice and finally helped set up and manage the Procurement outsourcing business. For the last ten years he has worked as an independent consultant, an angel investor in early stage technology companies and a founder member of the International Supply Chain Finance Community.
  • Gender Pay Reporting: Where are we now?
    Gender Pay Reporting: Where are we now? Anthony Horrigan & Jane Gotts Recorded: Dec 5 2017 56 mins
    This webinar will provide an update on gender pay gap reporting so far. It will give a real-time update on the key reporting metrics, looking at where the largest gaps have emerged, along with key trends. It will also assess the quality of the reports that have been produced so far discussing examples that have gone beyond the minimum reporting requirements, and contrasting those with reports that have met the minimum standards.
    The presenters will also discuss where the government goes from here in areas such as ethnicity, age and disability - and what organisations need to do to successfully embrace the benefits of greater diversity at all levels in their organisations.


    Leading the webinar will be Anthony Horrigan, CEO, StaffMetrix, supported by Jane Gotts, Founding Partner and Director, Gen Analytics.
  • Is your culture right to support the SMCR?
    Is your culture right to support the SMCR? Philippa Grocott Recorded: Sep 13 2017 63 mins
    How many times have you seen in FCA publications, be it the Business Plan, The Conduct Risk Report or a speech or an article made or written by an FCA executive the word culture?

    In the FCA’s 2017/18 Business Plan it stated “Our focus on culture and governance in financial services and its impact on individual and firms’ conduct is a priority. We will continue to promote the right cultures, behaviours and effective governance across the industry to deliver appropriate outcomes for consumers, markets and competition consistent”

    Culture forms an important part in demonstrating these changes. With the embedding of the of the new Senior Managers Regime in Banking and the implementation for other regulated firms coming along in 2018 there isn’t a better time to ensure your strategy, governance and underlying culture are aligned.

    The FCA wants to see progress on culture, alongside embracing the requirements of the Senior Managers and Certification regime, SMCR. They have made it clear that senior management teams will be held to account for failings in company culture. Taking time now to ensure that a strong framework is in place to satisfy the regulators will give your senior managers and their teams the confidence they need to go about their day to day duties.

    The reputation (and revenues) of your business depends on your approach to culture, and conduct risk and of course, SMCR. Every week we hear of another corporate failure that has eroded the trust in the industry – better business culture has become a regulatory priority.


    •A Reminder of why SMCR was introduced
    •What you should have in place now
    •What is the right culture?
    •Examples of behaviour that undermine your culture
    •Key Actions
  • Mindset of Success
    Mindset of Success Jo Owen Recorded: Jul 5 2017 56 mins
    In this webinar you will find out what differentiates the very best leaders from the merely very good, at every level of the firm.

    From spies to sports, education to entrepreneurs to business and beyond Mindset of Success is based on original research with ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

    The session explores seven mindsets (plus one mindset from the dark side) which all the best leaders have. The good news is that these mindsets are consistent for all leaders. The even better news is that you can build each mindset yourself: this session will show how.

    About the speaker

    Jo practices what he preaches as a speaker. He is the UKs #1 best selling author on leadership with titles including How to Lead, Tribal Business School, Global Teams and Mindset of Success. He is the only person to win the Chartered Institute of Management Gold Award three times for his books.

    He has worked with over 100 of the best, and a few of the worst, organisations on our planet in most industries in Japan, Europe, Asia and North America. He has been a partner at Accenture, started a bank, built a business in Japan and was sued for $12 billion. He is a founder of eight national and global charities including:

    •Teach First, which is now the top graduate recruiter in the UK.
    •Start Up which has helped 400 offenders start their own (legitimate) businesses on release from prison.
    •STIR, which is improving education for over one million children in India and Uganda

    As a speaker he has given keynote speeches on tribes, leadership and global teams to Apple, Barclays, BT, CMI, CIPD, EDS IBM, Pearson, Qualcomm, Skype, Symantec, Unilever and many others.

    Jo holds an MA from Cambridge University, is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, was the best nappy salesman in Birmingham and was responsible for putting the blue speckle in Daz.

    Find out more at www.ilead.guru where you can read free chapters of his books, or contact him at jo@ilead.guru.
  • Some hard facts about your soft skills... Why people with purpose perform better
    Some hard facts about your soft skills... Why people with purpose perform better Kevin Murray Recorded: Jun 22 2017 57 mins
    Leaders who put relationships and purpose before results, enable their people to perform better. Why? Because having a sense of purpose and belonging, and being respected, makes you feel worthy, changes your brain chemistry and that changes everything – from your perception of pain, your ability to handle difficult and challenging environments, and even your health and well-being. In a world where companies are competing to win customers, keep them loyal, build trust and perform well, soft skills have grown in importance and are now crucial to ensuring ethical behaviours, achieving high levels of customer satisfaction, and achieving demanding goals.
    Understanding more about how our brains work will help leaders to be more inspiring. When people find a sense of purpose, and begin to dream and chase positive goals, the benefits are limitless. They change themselves, they better their families, they improve their communities, they help their organizations and companies to perform better, they help to create wealth and prosperity, and they contribute to society in a wide range of ways. Learn more about the essential soft skills that will make you a better leader / manager in this webinar by best selling author Kevin Murray.
  • Inclusive Talent Management
    Inclusive Talent Management Danny Kalman, Stephen Frost Recorded: May 30 2017 57 mins
    Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) is a subject that is front of mind in all our organisations – we know that it is the only way of ensuring access and retention of the best talent. While there is often leadership support and buy-in, organisations often struggle to be truly inclusive in the implementation, failing to design core business processes around it.

    We very much hope you can join us for this webinar to explore this important subject and hear from Stephen Frost and Danny Kalman (co-authors of Inclusive Talent management, published by Kogan Page) about some practical steps and best practice for incorporating inclusiveness and a leadership mind-set into your organisation’s talent management strategies.
  • CB:PSB 5 Year Professionalism Research
    CB:PSB 5 Year Professionalism Research Alasdair McIntyre Recorded: Mar 20 2017 46 mins
    Since 2011, the Chartered Banker Professional Standards Board (CB:PSB) has been at the forefront of the drive to build and demonstrate professionalism in banking. It continues to be the only body creating professional standards of conduct and expertise for bankers to achieve individually.

    In this upcoming webcast, Alasdair McIntyre, CB:PSB Business Manager, will:

    - Provide an Introduction / Background to the CB:PSB;

    - An overview of the CB:PSB’s research and measurements approach;

    - Outcomes from the CB:PSB’s research and measurements; and

    - How the data informs the work of the CB:PSB and, in a larger sense, the Chartered Banker Institute.
  • Empowerment, Cultural Change & Driving Business Performance
    Empowerment, Cultural Change & Driving Business Performance Andrew Hastings & Philippe Cosson Recorded: Feb 14 2017 51 mins
    Join Andrew Hastings, Partner, AP Partners and Philippe Cosson, Managing Partner, AP Partners as they discuss how to empower not only yourself but also your team, in order to deliver your company’s strategy. How do you improve the level of engagement between team members and can you take ownership of the situation and build a more empowered team? How will empowerment accelerate implementation?
  • Career Development: From Strength to Strength
    Career Development: From Strength to Strength Teresa Robertson Recorded: Jan 24 2017 49 mins
    Teresa Robertson, HR Business Partner - People, Planning & Communication at the Chartered Banker Institute, also a Career Coach, discusses career development in our upcoming webcast. Teresa will talk over the key steps to take to support your career planning, how to create a career development plan and much more.

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