Forums & Events 2020

17
Mar
2020

Connecting the Dots Between Technology, Innovation, Business and People

Karen Graves
12:00 - 14:00
Gallagher, The Walbrook Building, 25 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8AW


As our market develops, understanding how we connect the dots between technology, innovation,  business and people will be essential. We want to consider this from a company perspective and also what we can do to understand, prepare and position ourselves for success in the innovative world we work in.

Speaker : Claire Koryczan

Our guest speaker on this topic is Claire Koryczan, Founder of Beyond; a tech empowerment business that is helping leaders on their transformation journey. 

You probably already know that transformation is as much about the technologies, as it is the human side in business. And it is this intersection between tech, innovation, business and people that Claire is deeply passionate about, and why she founded Beyond.

Bringing a broad knowledge of technology and innovation, alongside a comprehensive understanding of people and business, Claire is often the bridge between tech and non-tech / start-up and corporate worlds, helping to drive the "people part" of organisational transformation. 

http://www.imagine-beyond.co.uk

Facilitator: Karen Graves

The event will be facilitated by Karen Graves. Karen has worked in the Lloyd's and London market for over 30 years, starting her career in the compliance arena moving to be a COO and then CEO within the Lloyd's and wider London market. She is also the Senior Independent Director of USAA UK and USAA SA and Vice-Chair of a Multi-Academy Trust.

Key Learning Objectives:

Understand how disruption and innovation fits into the insurance agenda

- Appreciate the challenges for organisations to meet the needs of colleagues in this changing world, operationally and culturally

- Gain an understanding how we may need to consider new approaches ourselves to our work environment and the skills we could acquire to enhance our   understanding of this change

- Learn how techonolgy can impact people and the business environment and the challenges to you may face and the skills needed to progress

CPD:

Delegates participating in the accredited iWIN Forum can claim up to 1.5* CPD hours toward the CII / Personal Finance Society member CPD scheme. *excluding breaks.

Hosted by Gallagher and starting at 12pm with a light lunch, the presentation, followed by questions.

Please book using the link.


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Booking Fee:

Free of Charge

Gallagher, The Walbrook Building, 25 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8AW

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