Annual Banking Conference: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know!

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Annual Banking Conference: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know!


4 November 2020 @ 4 pm – 5.30 pm (+8 GMT)

AICB is pleased to be a Supporting Partner of the Annual Banking Conference organised by the Chartered Banker Institute, UK. The three-day virtual conference presents a series of short webinars on current issues and challenges faced by banks today.

Organisations are struggling to motivate their employees to embrace future skills and self-directed learning – why is it a challenge for individual employees to maintain and develop their skillsets?

In the second webinar of the series, the expert panel will explore the importance of lifelong learning and professional growth in the evolving banking landscape and the role of professional bodies in inculcating this culture in bankers.

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know!

Join experienced industry leaders as they discuss the following points:

  • How do organisations create a culture of lifelong learning and can individual responsibility play an important role?
  • How do you encourage individuals to understand the importance of self-directed incremental learning and how can they be “nudged” towards this practice, rather than avoiding the situation where learning is seen as “hygiene learning”?
  • What strategies are deployed in other countries to encourage learning and what lessons can be learnt or shared?

Join these insightful discussions to gain new perspectives beneficial to your professional banking journey while you fulfil your CPD requirements.

As an AICB member, you are entitled to register for this webinar with our compliments.

Speaker's Profile

Portrait of Gavin McQuillan
Gavin McQuillan

Head of Learning and Development

NatWest

Chairperson
Portrait of Richard Clayton
Richard Clayton

Head of Group Learning

LBG

Panellist
Portrait of Francis Lake
Francis Lake

Head of Organisational Development

Virgin Money

Panellist
Portrait of Alison Redpath
Alison Redpath

Head of Learning UK

HSBC

Panellist