Livestream: Obstacle to Opportunity: The New Employment Landscape
Start Date: 10 Jun 2020
Start Time: 8:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Duration: 0 hour 30 minutes
It may be stop-start, and there’s a long way yet to go, but the road to recovery has begun. After 10 weeks of lockdown, businesses are making preparations to reopen offices and return to work.
But what does this mean for those who were made redundant, or were redeployed to a different role? How might it affect those whose employer decides to make changes, in order to make them more resilient in future?
Join us for the final part in the CMI Women ‘Managing the New Normal’ series, as Renee Raper and Thelma Ford-Escobar discuss difficult conversations, provide practical advice on how to turn setbacks into a springboard for new opportunities, and answer your questions live.
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Renee Raper MSc CMgr FCMI Chartered FCIPD
An organisational and people development professional with over 30 years’experience at strategic and operational levels across business and higher education, providing learning consultancy and solutions. She has worked in Europe, Kazakhstan and the Middle East and is a global e-tutor in leadership and management. She also provides executive and career coaching.
Renee is presently a director of the development consultancy Quo Solvis Ltd and the Womens Champion and Board member for CMI in Scotland. Previously, amongst other roles, she was the Corporate Development Consultant for Aberdeen Business School, director of an eLearning company and general manager of a learning centre in Kazakhstan.
She enjoys fitness, international travel (hopefully again soon) and reading, and is enthusiastic for CPD and a glass of rioja!
Thelma Ford-Escobar CMgr FCMI
A highly experienced Senior Academic and Transformational Leader in education management with a successful attainment of almost two decades of significant work experience, in both the education and business industry. Her career involves leading and strategising quality assurance teams and large scale programmes of delivery.
A collaborator and contributor to the development of strong working relations with educational, awarding organisations and professional bodies including engaging with local communities, advocating widening participation and social mobility.
She is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy and Fellow Chartered Manager and a Board member for CMI NEYH region and the Board’s lead for CMI Women and Diversity.
Questions about this event should be addressed to CMI Events at CMIEvents@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 01536 207485.