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2022 Spinnaker Maritime People & Culture Conference

2022 Spinnaker Maritime People & Culture Conference

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The Spinnaker Maritime People and Culture Conference is the largest worldwide gathering of maritime HR and crewing professionals.

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Seen as the largest worldwide gathering of maritime HR & crewing professionals, the Spinnaker Maritime People & Culture Conference is an excellent opportunity to network with senior leaders within maritime, participate in informative sessions delivered by industry-renowned speakers and discuss the key issues facing HR, crewing and leadership teams in the maritime industry today.

This event has become an annual ‘must-do’ for shipping HR & crewing professionals from all over the world, many of whom have been attending for over 15 years.

This year, conference host and Spinnaker Chairman Phil Parry is delighted to introduce you to leading futurist K D Adamson as special guest and keynote speaker at the event.

We look forward to welcoming you to the event where you will have the opportunity to network with delegates from over 20 countries including representatives of ship owners, ship managers, commodity groups and oil majors.

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From the strategic and practical implications of ESG, flexible and agile working, and novel challenges associated with pandemic-related acceleration of technology deployment, to the new people metrics the industry may have to report in the future, how we attract and retain talent, and the growing requirement for leaders to lead with purpose, the conference this year will try and identify the big strategic challenges we face, and offer concrete, practical knowledge and insight from the coal-face.

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EVENT OPENS AT 8.45am

DAY ONE - THURSDAY 26th

9.30am - Maritime Economics, Stephen Gordon, Managing Director, Clarkson Research

An overview of the shipping market and key issues currently facing the industry.

10.30am - K D Adamson Keynote

In conversation with K D Adamson

The priorities facing the maritime industry and how HR and senior leadership teams must respond.

12 - 13.00 - The Leaders Debate – Meeting the Challenge

Following on from the previous session, how are organisations responding to these and other key priorities? How are they shaping strategy and practice today, and where should we focus to be fit for tomorrow?

A cross-section of senior industry leaders join special guest K D Adamson to share their insights and debate how we can collectively meet the challenges on the horizon.

Chaired by K D Adamson, Futurist

Lucie-Marie Gauthier, VP Global Talent, Fednav

Scott Bergeron, Managing Director, Global Engagement & Sustainability, Oldendorff Carriers

Shreyas Chipalkatty, Global Head of Shipping, Logistics & Offshore, Citi

Mark Jackson, CEO, The Baltic Exchange

14.15 - 15.30 - Panel Discussion - Environmental, Social & Governance

We are at an ESG tipping point.  End users and legislators are paying attention and it’s no longer enough for business to ‘greenwash’ or talk about simple corporate social responsibility.  The goal is true sustainability. This session looks at repositioning for decarbonisation, communicating progress effectively and the difficult decisions that need to be made to achieve our obligations to the environment, to clients, to shareholders, to employees and to society.

Chaired by Martin Crawford-Brunt, CEO, Lookout Maritime

Capt. Himanshu Chopra, Managing Director, Anglo Eastern UK

Kim Jefferies, Special Adviser, Gard AS

Oistein Jensen, Chief Sustainability Officer, Odfjell

Mark Stokes, Director, BLUE Communications

16.00 - 17.15 - Panel Discussion - Leading the Cultural Transformation

Meeting the big challenges of the future, including digitalisation, decarbonisation, innovation, ESG, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and attracting the best talent, will depend on a cultural transformation. HR leaders must partner with the C-suite to drive this transformation and be ready to embrace and experiment with new approaches.

Chaired by K D Adamson, Futurist

Pål Egeland, HR Director, Saga Welco

Dawn Robinson, Global Director (People), North

Sharron Pamplin, Chief People Officer, Lloyd’s Register

DAY 2 - FRIDAY 27th

EVENT OPENS AT 8.45

9.15 - 10.30 - Panel Discussion - Skills, training & education requirements in the maritime industry

The world is rapidly changing. The skills that were needed yesterday might not be enough for tomorrow. What will be the essential skills our staff at sea and ashore need in 2030 and how should we as employers be preparing to best identify and deliver them?

This panel discussion will look at some of the essential skills for future-proofing organisations, and innovations in training methods and technologies.

Chaired by Raal Harris, Chief Creative Officer, Ocean Technologies Group

Darrell Bate, Director of Maritime Training & Development, MSSC

Debbie Cavaldoro, CEO, Port Skills & Safety Ltd

Catherine Logie, Direct to Consumer Services Director, Ocean Technologies Group

Kathryn Neilson, Director, Merchant Navy Training Board

Aashish Puri, Head of Engineering, Seably

11.15 - 12.30 - Presentation & Discussion - Leadership & Purpose

At this year’s conference, t-three & ABS will be presenting their insights on how successful leaders need to leverage the power of purpose

Phil Parry, Chairman, Spinnaker

Chuck Kemper, Chief HR Officer, American Bureau of Shipping

Daniel Taylor, Principal Consultant, t-three

13:45 - 15.00 - Panel Discussion - Flexible & Hybrid Working

We look at flexible working now and in the future. The advantages and disadvantages. Who needs to be in the office and who doesn’t? Are employee demands becoming unrealistic? Is hybrid a necessity to attract new staff? What are the legal consequences? How do you train and mentor junior staff who are working remotely?

Chaired by Heidi Watson, Partner, Clyde & Co

K D Adamson, Futurist

Susan Steele, Ocean Technologies Group

Edwin Lampert, Riviera Maritime

15.30 - 17.00 - Panel Discussion - Attraction & Retention

This session looks at employee expectations, how we stand out as employers, managing change and keeping cultures alive in the context of recruiting talent to our businesses and retaining our people.

Chaired by Frank Helinski, Global Director Human Resources, Oldendorff Carriers

Linda Frederich, Head of Crew/Fleet Management Customer Projects, Ocean Technologies Group

Chuck Kemper, Chief HR Officer, American Bureau of Shipping

Mark Parrotte, Group Fleet Personnel Manager, Interorient Marine Services Ltd

Teresa Peacock, Managing Director Executive Search, Spinnaker Global

Gunnar Jauernig, Senior Crewing Manager, Stolt Tankers

Contact us for more details.

events@spinnaker-global.com

+44 (0) 1702 481 637

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