IoD Scotland - Tips for Chairing Hybrid Board and Senior Leadership Meetings workshop
We know the opportunity to embrace more diverse perspectives and experiences has considerably increased in recent times due to the mixture of working from home alongside travelling to offices.
The large scale change to hybrid working patterns is now going to affect all our meetings. There are considerable advantages, yet it can also be harder to Chair and lead in a hybrid format. Governance is the art of scrutiny, analysis and decision making. This IoD Scotland Member workshop will enable members to come together to learn from fellow IoD members who are leading the way in hybrid meetings. They will share and you will explore your experiences for the top tips for Chairing Hybrid Board Meetings and Senior Leadership Meetings.
IoD members will also receive a discount code for your staff to access the various training courses that PlacesWork Ltd has created to support this transition to hybrid.
Duncan founded PlacesWork Ltd in in 2022 as a response to the changing world of work. Compliments this with all manner of cultures for how to run boards effectively. Through his work at Duncan Wallace Associates and PlacesWork Ltd, Duncan supports passionate individuals & organisations with managing change, leadership, governance & organisational development – as well as with remote working solutions using hybrid meetings. Duncan’s experience as a Chair and member of Boards of Governance and working for the Ethical Standards Commission regulating how public appointments are made, means he is leading the way in how the changes to hybrid working is affecting governance processes. His vision is to make the world a better place for everyone by using business as a force for good. One step at a time.
Neena is an experienced Non-Executive Director, Trustee and Chair, Neena has served on a number of Public and Charitable Bodies. Latterly, she was Chair of NHS Lanarkshire, the 3rd largest Health Board in Scotland. She led the Board through the pandemic whilst navigating new approaches to good governance and developing virtual and hybrid working. She is passionate about supporting people to fulfil their potential and is a Lay Governor at Glasgow Caledonian University. Neena brings significant experience in dealing with complex leadership challenges whilst under public and political scrutiny. Her time during the pandemic where Chairing switched to virtual and then to hybrid, especially in the public eye, with some meeting open to the public, bring significant practice and technical insights.
Ruby is the Founder and Director of The Events Hub. She is an award winning entrepreneur in the way that she leads her company and influences other companies about their events cultures. The Events Hub has swivelled to virtual events and now to high quality hybrid events for a wide range of clients. She is the PR and Comms Ambassador for IoD Central Scotland.
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