The Digital Leadership Forum October Conference

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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang

Cannon Place

78 Cannon Street

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EC4N 6AF

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Join in this month's sessions on Digital & Social Media, Digital Disruption and Women in Digital

Join some of the world's leading brands and gain invaluable insights from members to transform your digital strategies. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning in our informal, interactive sessions.

Open to Digital Leadership Forum member companies only*

f your company haven't attended our events before then please request a taster pass on our website. To enquire about becoming a member, please contact our Membership Account Mananger on shapla.begum@dsmlf.info

The Digital Leadership Forum October Conference Agenda


Morning Networking and Breakfast (08.30 - 09.00)

  • Network with other members of the Digital Leadership Forum community whilst enjoying a coffee and pastry.

Online Reputation Management (09.00 -12.00)

Are you using the most up to date methods to manage your reputation online? What’s your strategy for dealing with fake news? Are your online crisis responses fully integrated across your business? Here is what you will gain from attending this DLF session:

  • Discover how you can rebuild your online corporate reputation
  • Hear the latest tactics from other members for influencing reputations
  • Learn how to enhance your listening skills and better understand critical online stakeholders
  • Learn the positive actions you can take to advance your reputation, brand and community through digital content on an ongoing basis

Panellists:

Laura Price, Senior Digital Communications Manager, Centrica

Dan Tench, Partner, Dispute Resolution Team, CMS

Gay Flashman, Founder & CEO, Formative Content

Tony McChrystal, EMEA Director, Reputation Defender

This session is in partnership with:





Afternoon Sessions

Digital Disruption Trends for Financial Services (13.00 - 16.00)

A whole range of disruptive digital technologies are dramatically re-shaping financial services companies at speed. Many are being driven by digital customers who are demanding fast and personally tailored services across a range of platforms.

Attend this session to:

  • Explore what types of innovation in financial services are likely to succeed and how best you can partner with start-ups
  • Gain an understanding of how innovation including artificial intelligence in financial serrvices can be best managed and regulated
  • Discover what the short term and long term impacts of blockchain are likely to be and how you and your company could capitalize on them

This session is in partnership with:

Banking Technology is the go-to, trusted resource for financial services and banking technology specialists across the sector. Their reputation has been earned over the years through their undersntading of the industry, investigative journalism and independence.

Panellists:

Elizabeth D'Costa, Regulatory Control Education, HSBC

Ian Stevens, Partner, CMS UK

Sam Robinson, Partner, CMS UK

Gilbert van Roon, Founder & CEO, FinTech Compliance

Garrick Hileman, Research Fellow, University of Cambridge

Or attend our second afternoon session on:

Women in Digital: The Case for Greater Diversity in the Workplace (13:00 - 16:00)

Diversity matters. Research makes it clear that companies with more diverse workforces perform better financially. Promoting and supporting diversity in the workplace is essential for digital leaders to build successful teams where employees can participate and achieve their potential. So how can you begin reinventing your workplace for greater diversity? This session will help you:

  • Outline the steps your organisation can take to implement and manage a successful diversity and inclusion strategy
  • Learn how to kick start progress to get more women in leadership positions
  • Discover what's stalling progress for women in digital

Panellists:

Catherine Oliver, Founder, Bluebell Partnerships

Durdana Achakzai, Chief Digital Officer, Telenor

Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer, MediaCom

David Page, Founder & CEO, Business Mix



Any questions?

Our team are ready to help at eventsupport@dsmlf.info

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Cannon Place

78 Cannon Street

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EC4N 6AF

United Kingdom

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