The Great Leadership Reset: conference agenda

Virtual Conference | Thursday 24 November 2022 | 09.15 – 15.45 GMT #GreatLeadershipReset

9.15am -9.25amWelcome – AoEC
9.30am – 10.00amKeynote 1: The Elephant in the Room – why leadership needs to change

An insight into why leadership approaches need to change and exploration of the new hallmarks of effective leadership 

Pim de Morree, co-founder, Corporate Rebels
10.05am – 10.35amAttention Rebellion - The lost art of focus and perspective

Johann Hari, author of Stolen Focus 
10.40am -11.10amWhat type of ancestor do you want to be?

Adah Parris
, chair, Mental Health First Aid England & chair, The Centre for Cultural Values Advisory Group 
11.10am – 11.20amComfort break
11.25 – 12.05pmPanel discussion: The Power of Purpose – ESG, D&I and beyond

Leaders as social change agents and an organisation’s part in a ‘communityship’ (customers and employees).

Moderator: Karen Smart
, head of consultancy, AoEC

Adrian Bettridge
, CEO, Baringa

Jen Tippin
, chief people & transformation officer, NatWest Group

Rina Goldenberg Lynch, CEO, Voice At The Table
12.10pm – 12.40pmThe connection between wellbeing and well-doing

Bart Weetjens, Zen Priest and Social Entrepreneur 
12.40pm – 1.30pmBreak for lunch
1.30pm – 2.00pmKeynote 2: Building our response ability - leading in the face of complex change and stakeholder systems.

Professor Peter Hawkins, professor of leadership, Henley Business School 
2.05pm – 2.35pmThe hidden dynamics of team performance – unlocking the secrets of aligning your leadership team to be ready for fast-paced change.

Jude Jennison, founder, Leaders by Nature, and author 
2.40pm – 3.20pmPanel discussion: How to build a winning workplace culture

What are the culture destroyers to avoid and the enablers to embrace.

Moderator: Karen Smart
, head of consultancy, AoEC

Toby Fowlson
, CEO, Robert Walters

Jo North
, people director, giffgaff

John Sills
, managing partner, The Foundation 
3.25pm -3.45pmClosing remarks: AoEC