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How to Create Boundaries to Save You Time and Money

One of the key factors in saving you time and money is having better boundaries for yourself and your clients. Find out how boundaries save you time and money in this live webinar with time management coach, Clare Evans.

Topics covered:
- Learn the importance of clear boundaries
- Create a structure to work with
- Discover the importance of saying "no"
- Choose how to use your time better
- How to reduce your workload
Recorded Nov 3 2011 38 mins
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Clare Evans, Personal & Business Coach, Time Management
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    *Different approaches to ESG- and Low Carbon investments and their drivers of risk and return with a focus on well-known factor exposures.
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    We live in an era of rapidly changing global landscapes and local environments. Viruses with RNA as their genetic material can quickly adapt to and exploit these varying conditions” – This and similar quotes, which were warning us even more explicitly about a potential pandemic, we could have read in books published already five or even 10 years ago. And indeed the risk – the “spread of infectious diseases” - featured as second on the World Economic Forum’s Global Risk by impact register in 2015. Yet, just a year later it went down to 8th position and has featured even lower than that (in 10th place) in the last 3 years. 'Climate action failure' and 'weapons of mass distraction' risks took over the prominent positions on the risk register.

    But how are companies preparing for and hedging against low probability, high impact risks?

    Should black swans events be hedged against or is this an ‘opportunity’ to re-design business models?

    Can these risks be hedged and/or insured? At what cost (if at all)?

    Who ‘owns’ these risks in the organisation and how can Boards add the most value?

    Are issues like Climate Preparedness put aside or are they take on a new meaning?

    These and many more aspects we will be discussing with our excellent panel:

    Andrew Gates – CEO – Macquarie Bank Europe
    Ioannis Ioannou – Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship – London Business School
    John Coley – Head of Risk Consulting Practice for EMEA – Norton Rose Fulbright
    Nazim Osmancik – Chief Risk Officer, Energy Trading - Centrica
    Moderated by Dana Hanby – Managing Director – ESG Nexus
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