Change and culture
Today's speakers on the Main Stage will be discussing key aspects of change and culture within compliance. Our speakers today include: Jamil Qureshi, performance coach, author and psychologist, discussing how to maximise potential in times of change; David Blunt, Head of the Conduct Specialists Department in Supervision at the FCA, who will be looking at the evolving nature of culture; and finally Paul Asare-Archer, Director of Compliance for O2, who will discuss how to build and sustain an effective compliance culture. Join them live respectively at 10am, 10:45am and 11:30am BST.
Session One (10am) - Maximising potential in a time of change
In this session, leading performance coach, Jamil Qureshi offers a practical understanding of how to cultivate mindsets for optimising talent. Delegates will obtain an insight into how to create positive change through developing different outlooks. The principles introduced in this session have been used by six individuals in order to become number one in the world within their chosen fields, which range from the sphere of elite sports to the world of business.
Session Two (10:45am) - The evolving nature of culture
Culture in financial services is a key area of focus for the FCA across all sectors. This session will discuss how a continued focus on maintaining healthy cultures during times of uncertainty can make firms more resilient and contribute to long-term success.
Session Three (11:30am) - Building and sustaining an effective compliance culture at this time
Developing an ethical culture in your firm can be challenge. This is even more relevant during the current crisis, which has been characterised by increased job insecurity, commercial pressures, and competing personal priorities. In this thought leadership session, Paul shares his views and suggestions and provides real life examples of how he has managed and led his team in response to COVID-19.
What you'll learn
- How to create positive change through developing different outlooks
- How maintaining healthy cultures during times of uncertainty can make firms more resilient
- Some of the considerations of leading in compliance during challenging times