Lessons from Lockdown

If you are looking for insights into the impact of Lockdown on leadership, take a look at this recording.

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Reflecting on the lessons learned in the six-months since the UK first went into lockdown, this three-hour mini conference delves into what the future might hold for learning, engagement and talent. - as well as offering an inspirational look at the stories of leaders across the UK who've risen to the challenges of the pandemic in novel and innovative ways.

From a charity boss working hard to feed the poorest families in our communities and an NHS HR Director responsible for making sure our health services are delivered reliably and safely, through to a Headteacher managing the complexities of creating safe learning environments for students and a Canon Chancellor who is part of a team leading digital transformation at Wells Cathedral. You’ll hear a diverse take on what “business as usual” really means, and some of the innovative ways people have risen to the challenge.

Phil Purver hosts Russell Miller (Director of Learning Solutions & Innovation for Imperial College Business School), Pat Neal (HR Director at Polygon), and James Betchley (Officials Pathway Manager at Motorsport UK at Motorsport UK) for a special panel discussion.


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