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2012 Abp Conference Timtetable Final 110412

  1. 1. Stream Reflections Discoveries Adaptations Prospects Conference Timetable 2012The Conference opens on Thursday 10th May at 12:30, with the Dean’s Welcome at 14:00. The Conference will end on Saturday 12th May at 12:45.In addition to Keynote and Masterclass* sessions, there are four parallel streams: Parallel Reflections Discoveries Adaptations Prospects Streams Speakers will draw on their own These sessions will explore new tools, Presenters will share tools and This stream explores how we can help experience and share case studies on techniques and insights, or the innovative techniques to help us develop clients and their business to thrive in established approaches, tools and use of established methods to bring us up ourselves and our business to adapt the future. techniques. to date on recent developments. and thrive in the current market.*Masterclass Sessions provide you with 90 minutes of hands-on experience led by an expert in their field. These will not be aligned to a specific stream as theyeach focus on skill development. There are two sets of three Masterclass sessions running in parallel brining you a wide range of choice.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the Conference Team via admin@theabp.org.uk.We look forward to seeing you there!Jess Baker, Alison France & the Conference TeamWith kind thanks to our Sponsors: Platinum Sponsors Talent Q Appraisal 360 Gold Sponsors Oxygen Insurance Blue Edge Consulting PCL YSC Pearson TalentLens Connection Scan De Vere Venues Silver Sponsors Evosis Sixth Sense Consulting Persona Partnership Bronze Sponsors OPP Ltd
  2. 2. Stream Reflections Discoveries Adaptations ProspectsThursday 10th May1230 Registration for the Conference and the Hotel1400-1415 Dean’s Welcome1415-1515 Keynote: Shaping our Future: A Mindful Approach Chris Samsa (NeuroLeadership Group)1515-1620 The Problem with Performance The Application of Neuroscience in Selling Business Psychology Is Innovation an Essential Ingredient Management L&D and Change Management in helping Organisations become more Environmentally Sustainable? Chris Welford Gary Luffman & Nick Dowling Alan Bradshaw Anna Kane (Sixth Sense Consulting) (Blue Edge Consulting Ltd) (Work-Life Solutions) (Ampleo Ltd)1620-1650 Break & Networking, Fringe & Open Mic Sign up1650-1750 Chairman’s Address: Shaping our Future1750-1855 Psychology having a Bigger Impact Testing Developments - Don’t You Can’t Teach Charisma, Can You? Values at Work: Practical Approaches to Culture Change miss the boat! Justin Spray & Simon Draycott Alex Maclaren (Mendas Ltd) Jan Thornbury Nigel Evans (The Spontaneity Shop) (Thornbury Consulting Associates) (Nigel Evans)1855-1930 Free time / Sign up for Fringe1930-2015 Drinks & Networking2015 Dinner & Entertainment (including Open Mic)
  3. 3. Stream Reflections Discoveries Adaptations Prospects Friday 11th May0800-0915 Fringe0915-1020 From Transactional to What does Talent Management Try to see it my way: Perspectives on Is Time Up for the Pace-Setting Transformational mean to Organisations: Now and in Work-Life Balance Leader? the Future? Paul Neville Dr Amanda Potter Dr Richard A MacKinnon Ian Price (Housing Ombudsman Service) (Zircon Management Consulting) (Talent Q) (Grimsdyke Consulting)1020-1050 Break, Networking, Fringe Sign-up1050-1200 Keynote: How is the Future Changing our Minds? Baroness Susan Greenfield (Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford)1200-1305 Going for Gold: A Strengths-based Back to the Future because “a How to Design bespoke Assessment Positive Politics at Work Approach to Delivering Team grownup is a child with layers on” Exercises Effectiveness James Brook & Dr Paul Brewerton Hamira Riaz Rebecca Stevens Siobhan Soraghan (Strengths Partnership) (YSC Ltd) (Work Brighter) (Active Insight)1315-1415 Lunch1415-1520 The Value of Psychological Insight on Team Profiling Using LinkedIn for Business The Great Training Robbery Talent Management Jane Kirton (John Lewis Dr Rainer Kurz Alicia Cowan Dr Graham Mole Partnership) & Zoe Peach (YSC) (Saville Consulting) (Social Media Savvy) (Graham W Mole)1520-1650 Mindfulness based authentic leadership: How to Enneagram Personality Typing FACT Coaching develop and practice the art of presence Norton Bertram-Smith Dr Anna Sutton John Blakey (On Purpose Ltd) (Manchester Metropolitan University) (Full Potential Group)1650-1715 Break, Networking, Fringe Sign-up1715-1820 Enabling Outstanding Leadership Virtual feedback: A fresh look at 360 Protecting Time for CPD & Supervising Generation Z: The Future of Clare Forrest, Joe Wiggin Others Organisations Ian lawson (Jaguar Land Rover) Angie Ingman Ernesto Moreno (Leadership Works) Elva Ainsworth (Talent Innovations) (Framework Business Consultancy) (PwC)1820-1920 Free time / Networking / Fringe1920-2000 Dean’s Drinks Reception2000 Gala Dinner & Entertainment (Band & DJ)
  4. 4. Saturday 12th May 0800 Fringe 0930-1100 Working Together: Organisational Transactional Creating and Delivering Stories that Stick Provocative Coaching Analysis and Business Performance David Pullan Sue Knight Anita Mountain (McKechnie-Pullan) (Sue Knight) (Mountain Associates) 1100-1130 Break / Networking Francis Butler Memorial Lecture: Creativity: The Key Skill for the 21st Century 1130-1230 Dr. Mark Batey (Psychometrics at Work Research Group, Manchester Business School) 1230-1245 Dean’s Close 1245-1330 Lunch for those that wish to stayNB This timetable is subject to change.The organisers reserve the right to alter any aspect of the advertised programme. With kind thanks to our current Sponsors Platinum Sponsors Talent Q Appraisal 360 Gold Sponsors Oxygen Insurance Blue Edge Consulting PCL YSC Pearson TalentLens Connection Scan De Vere Venues Silver Sponsors Evosis Sixth Sense Consulting Persona Partnership Bronze Sponsors OPP Ltd