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Professional Development Webinars

Our programme of webinars is highly engaging and delivered by industry leaders. The sessions are aimed at helping you to improve your knowledge, influence and impact both personally and professionally.

All our professional development (PD) webinars are recorded and free of charge for members of IIRSM. Simply click the booking link for members for your chosen webinar and follow the steps to log into MYIIRSM for your voucher code. For non-members there is a charge of £20 +VAT (£24) to register for a session.

If you are an IIRSM member you can visit the IIRSM Member Resource Hub to view recordings of all our PD webinars at any time.

These online sessions are grouped into four different series to make it easier for you to navigate to topics which will give advice and support you. The series are:

  • Career Support – focusing on all aspects of career development
  • Focus – an in depth consideration of a relevant topic
  • Leadership – skills and attributes needed to be a successful leader
  • People & Psychology – how we get the best out of ourselves and others

We are continually adding to our webinar programme, with an average of two sessions per month across the various series.

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Career Support Series
Standing out from the crowd and preparing for interview – 16 February 2023

Overview

Laura Aucott, Associate Director at HSE Recruitment and Executive Network Group has been recruiting exclusively into the Health and Safety industry for the last 12 years, across all sectors. In this session Laura will take it back to basics starting with the very beginning of the job hunt process, CV writing. She will then consider how you can best make an impact when applying for roles as well as tips there for standing out from a competitive crowd.

The session will then look at specific tricks for performing well in both face to face and virtual interviews, and help you learn how best to sell yourself and secure your perfect role.

Speaker

  • Laura Aucott, Associate Director at HSE Recruitment and Executive Network Group

Laura is a passionate advocate for the safety industry as a whole, but also for better and more transparent D&I policies within the industry, and the need to attract new, fresh and exciting professionals to help make Health and Safety better.

Laura and HSE Recruitment work closely with their partners IIRSM, IOSH, RoSPA and Pinsent Masons to provide CPD opportunities for professionals at all levels as well as the best job opportunities and aim to help publicise and share the fantastic and inspirational initiatives and people in the industry through their social media and events.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Harness the Power of Networking: Career Progression - 25 April 2023

Overview

IIRSM are very excited to announce the introduction of two new online workshops to help you harness the power of networking.

Hosted by networking strategist Jeni Smith, each session will have its own focus and can be attended separately or together to give an unparalleled insight into how you can harness the power of networking.

The first session will focus on building a strong network. Building a strong network has been proven to advance your career quicker, but how? During this interactive online session, you’ll learn how to take your career to the next level buy building effective relationships, adding value to others, and building know, like & trust.

Book your place today and start taking your networking to the next level!

Speaker

  • Jeni Smith Founder & Networking Strategist, NetKno

Jeni Smith has over 16 years’ experience in networking strategy and is currently embarking on a PhD at Durham University researching the relationship between networking event anatomy and entrepreneurial narratives. During her career, Jeni has won several awards in enterprise including being named one of the Future 100 Young Entrepreneurs in the UK, winning the Growth Accelerator Programme, and becoming a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2021. Between 2017-2019 she conducted two rounds of academic research with Durham University, exploring her unique, strategic business networking model. The research results spurred her on to launch NetKno and are what we now use to develop our bespoke networking strategies. Jeni truly believes that networking has the ability to change people’s lives, unlock hidden potential, spark world-changing ideas and be the catalyst for positive change: all starting with a simple "Hello".

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Harness the Power of Networking: Online Opportunities - 28 June 2023

Overview

IIRSM are very excited to announce the second of two new online workshops to help you harness the power of networking.

Hosted by networking strategist Jeni Smith, each session will have its own focus and can be attended separately or together to give an unparalleled insight into how you can harness the power of networking.

Networking online isn’t going anywhere, so make sure you’re prepared to get the most from it by learning how to build and nurture effective relationships digitally. We’ll be looking out how to make a fantastic first impression, online etiquettes tips & tricks, and how to raise your profile online whilst building effective relationships.

Book your place today and start taking your networking to the next level!

Speaker

  • Jeni Smith Founder & Networking Strategist, NetKno

Jeni Smith has over 16 years’ experience in networking strategy and is currently embarking on a PhD at Durham University researching the relationship between networking event anatomy and entrepreneurial narratives. During her career, Jeni has won several awards in enterprise including being named one of the Future 100 Young Entrepreneurs in the UK, winning the Growth Accelerator Programme, and becoming a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2021. Between 2017-2019 she conducted two rounds of academic research with Durham University, exploring her unique, strategic business networking model. The research results spurred her on to launch NetKno and are what we now use to develop our bespoke networking strategies. Jeni truly believes that networking has the ability to change people’s lives, unlock hidden potential, spark world-changing ideas and be the catalyst for positive change: all starting with a simple "Hello".

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

Book now.

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Focus Series
Integrating risk and ISO standards – 02 February 2023

Overview

As Risk practitioners, we’re all familiar with how risk can be identified and treated but many of us are aware of how our expertise and knowledge can be used and integrated within the world of ISO standards. Equally, aside from the obvious benefits of achieving ISO certification, what are the benefits to the insurance of market of being able to demonstrate that our risk management processes are in place and are audited on an annual basis by an external, independent 3rd party.

In this panel session, we will discuss how the worlds of risk and ISO collide. We will explore what evidence of good risk management an external auditor will be looking for and discuss how the insurance market treats and perceives customers with ISO certifications.

We are fortunate to be joined by specialists with a different perspective on risk, provide some examples of good practice and signpost to other resources. And of course, there will be plenty of time for you to ask questions.

Speakers

  • Helen Barge – Chair. Managing Director, Risk Evolves.
  • James Keenan - Information Security Assurance Manager, NQA
  • Ian McKinney – Senior Account Executive, Gallagher Insurance

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Leadership Series
The outstanding end-to-end employee experience – 15 December 2022

Overview

Post-pandemic, for every organization, their supply, demand, and structure will have changed and as a result, so will their culture and strategies. For some organisations this will be seen as a make-or-break period; for others, this is an ideal and timely opportunity to create and deliver an outstanding end-to-end employee experience.

If we accept that at some point every employee will join their organisation and that they will eventually leave, whether it is for career development or because of redundancy or retirement, it is of paramount importance that organisations create an outstanding work experience, so that they:

  • Can get the best and most out of their people with balance
  • Can engage and connect and create a sense of belonging, purpose, and direction
  • Enhance their Employee Value Proposition (EVP) and culture
  • Protect their business from risk
  • Enable and transform performance
  • Lead change with confidence
  • Value their people

No business can have sustainable success without its people. In this webinar, Mike Mair, Director at Mair Development Ltd., will consider how do you work towards creating an outstanding end-to-end employee experience in your organisation?

Speaker

  • Mike Mair - Director, Mair Development Ltd.

Mike is a highly professional and qualified Learning & Development (L&D) Director with significant knowledge and experience gained leading major change and transformation initiatives ensuring talent attraction, development and retention.

Proven ability to work at all levels developing and executing key L&D and Organisational Development strategy helping the business and people grow.

Proud of building high performing teams that deliver commercial results with a true people focus and prides himself in his approach to listen to understand and his ability to develop strong and sustainable business relationships built on trust and respect

Mike is an experienced Leader, Coach, Conference speaker with a wide range of experience and expertise in facilitating workplace training and learning events both in the classroom and online. 

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Leveraging Digital Media for Risk Management – 12 January 2023

Overview:

The development of digital media can be a powerful asset when establishing risk management strategies resulting in greater effectiveness of risk management. Over the last 3 years, Sonni Gopal, Risk Management Specialist and Founder of RedRisks Media, has been learning, experimenting, and often pioneering on how digital media can be used to positively engage others on the subject of safety and risk management.

In this interactive webinar, Sonni will share his journey and thinking, the lessons learned to date and how we can all leverage technology and digital media to increase awareness and communication on safety, beyond social media.

Speaker

  • Sonni Gopal, Risk Management Specialist and Founder, RedRisks Media

Sonni is an educational content broadcaster, author and risk management practitioner with over 30 years of international risk and safety management experience. During his career, Sonni has developed, implemented and managed HSE related strategies, programmes and KPI initiatives for major multi-national organisations. He is widely respected within the Risk and Safety Discipline/Community for his interpersonal skills, project management, leadership training and development of highly successful training tools and techniques. 

In 2019, Sonni founded RedRisks Media to share via Live Streaming Events, Podcasts and Videos (YouTube) to share his knowledge and experience.

In 2020, Sonni was selected as one of the Top 25 Risk and Safety influencers by SHP Magazine.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Managing risks from highly disruptive events – 26 January 2023

Overview

We are seeing an increase in the rate of significant events from geopolitical tensions and climate-related disasters, and there is no reason to think these will be ending soon. This webinar delivered by Dr Keith Smith, Senior Consultant, Risk Advisory & Analytics at Barnett Waddingham, will discuss:

  • The interconnectivity of global social, economic and technological systems means these events are giving rise to many complex and fast-moving emerging risks.
  • The need for organisations to develop a sound response to these risks not only to ensure they survive and thrive but so they maintain the confidence of their stakeholder group, as organisations are not able to control the narrative.
  • The complexity of issues affecting decision-making means organisations need to make better use of sources. Crowdsourcing opinions and using scenarios for sense-making and decision-making.

Speaker

  • Dr Keith Smith, Senior Consultant, Risk Advisory & Analytics, Barnett Waddingham

With an engineering, research and consultancy background, Keith has broad experience working with and implementing innovative approaches to risk. He remains practical in his approach and is a firm believer in the use of insight drawn from risk management, as a tool to underpin strategic, tactical and operational decision making.

A former Non-Exec Director and Audit committee member of the Institute of Risk Management (IRM), Keith has also played a part in the development of risk management as a profession. In thought leadership, his work can be found in several leading publications, including works by the IRM and book chapters on risk-based decision making.

Keith is chair of the BSI Committee on emerging risk, a member of the BSI committee on resilience and a principal expert for the UK on the International Standards Organisation, JWG1 committee.

Time

12:30 - 13:30 (UK time)

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Resilience Reimagined: Leading the way to stronger resilience – 16 March 2023

Overview

We find ourselves in a time of unprecedented challenges. Climate change, biodiversity loss, global pandemic, political uncertainty, social change, economic turbulence, and rapid digitalisation will transform all communities, sectors and societies in the coming decades.  A focus on enhancing the ability of systems to survive (or persist) and thrive in an ever-changing environment has become a critical priority, but what does resilience really mean?

Resilience is not only about bouncing back but managing the unexpected and preparing and adapting to challenges and disruptions to survive, prosper and be future ready. The session will focus on how to build resilience into future strategy and culture.  The 'Resilience Reimagined' research draws insights from business leaders from a range of sectors and makes recommendations for organisations on how to build the organisational capability to more resilient. 

The session will examine how resilience can be developed, who does it well and what other businesses can learn from them. It also offers practical steps necessary to strengthen resilience for long-term success and makes recommendations to business leaders on what more they can do to help their organisations to develop resilience. 

Speaker

  • David Denyer, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change, Cranfield School of Management

David is Professor of Leadership and Organizational Change at Cranfield School of Management. He also leads Cranfield’s Resilience Grand Challenge initiative. His research interests include leadership, resilience, and organisational change. David has published a large number of important and highly cited articles and book chapters and regularly speaks at international conferences and high-profile events. Working across a range of sectors and organizations, he helps senior leaders to establish strategic direction, implement change and deliver sustained high performance. David is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, British Academy of Management, CIPD, Higher Education Academy, Advanced Institute for Management Research, and the Centre for Evidence-based Management. He is a past recipient of HR Magazine’s ‘Most Influential Thinker’ award.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Why high emotional intelligence is key for any leader – 13 April 2023

Overview

Over the years there have been so many studies of leadership and management styles. Some have caught the imagination more than others, yet we still struggle with finding great leaders in businesses, both small and large. In this webinar, Kevin Hard, Director at Inspiration-all will put the case for high emotional intelligence.

Even Google looked into their own leadership over a period of two years, spending much time, effort and energy to identify what makes their own team leaders successful. It turns out that it’s about emotionally intelligent leadership driving psychological safety. But isn’t that what leadership is all about – making people feel safe to talk about anything without fear of being laughed at or scoffed at – that’s a culture of caring right there where people can learn, can feel valued in co creating solutions, encouraged to be innovative, making decisions based on information, not instruction… the list goes on. That culture will only work with leaders having awareness, empathy and courage i.e., High Emotional intelligence

Daniel Goleman has been saying it for years, Simon Sinek has repeated much of that and although Kevin says he’s not even in the same league, he’s been talking about a Culture of Care, impacted by highly emotional intelligent leaders (at ALL levels of the organisation) for over 15 years.

The research that he always goes back to, and have also been involved with, shows that if you care for your people, have the right people with that high emotional intelligence in the right roles then so much good happens for the people and the performance of the business.

Speaker

  • Kevin Hard, Director, Inspiration-all

Kevin presents on Cultural Safety®, Leadership and Engagement worldwide including China, Basel, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon and the Middle East ASSE global conference in Bahrain.

Working closely with Nigel Girling, CEO at the National Centre for Strategic Leadership, he was interested in neuroscience and the four enablers of engagement i.e. creating a work environment that helps our brains think and perform at their best. He co-led the Task Action Group (TAG) on Sustainability and Engagement (CSR) for the Governments ‘Engage for Success’ Task force at the CIPD. Research has shown the impact of engagement on improving safety, wellbeing and business performance, as well as sustainability and risk.

He worked closely with a leading strategic risk organisation in China from 2012 – 2014 where he delivered behavioural risk programmes in Henan province. He was subsequently invited back to speak to the Chinese Government at a UN Sponsored event in 2017.

Kevin has recently published an Organisational Integrated Improvement model based on Leadership, Engagement and Wellbeing that has been referenced by many organisations and adopted by a major Rail organisation to underpin its Health and Wellbeing strategy. His work on ‘A culture of Care’, started initially in 2008 brought an invite to join as a Fellow of the RSA in 2016.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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People & Psychology Series
Introduction to ISO 45003 – 20 December 2022

Overview

If it’s your job to lift heavy things, on your first day you’re taught how to lift heavy things without injuring yourself. Nothing like this happens for mental health and wellbeing. ISO 45003 is the international standard for psychosocial health & safety - in other words, how employers can protect the mental wellbeing of their employees by removing or reducing risk, just like they do with physical health & safety.

Most of the activity that goes on in workplaces in the name of mental health and wellbeing is reactive or remedial; raising awareness or providing support for employees who are already struggling. In terms of physical health and safety this is equivalent to providing your employees with protective clothing because you recognise the environment is potentially harmful, rather than trying to reduce the risk.

ISO 45003 lays out a framework and Best Practice for identifying the possible causes of psychosocial (i.e., relating to the interaction between social and individual factors) risks in the workplace, and coming up with a plan to remove or reduce them before they cause problems that require later intervention.

This webinar, led by Tim Sismey, founder of  Make Work Work Better, will provide an overview of ISO 45003 and examines how to apply existing risk management approaches to psychosocial risk.

Speaker

  • Tim Sismey, Founder, Make Work Work Better

Tim Sismey is the founder of Make Work Work Better (make-work.work), a process and productivity consultancy transforming how organisations approach Mental Health and Wellbeing. His approach is based on Lean techniques and the groundbreaking 'Getting Things Done' productivity method, and is aligned to the ISO 45003 standard for Psychological Health & Safety. He lives in Warwickshire with his wife, two sons and too many records. 

Time

12:30 – 13:30 (UK time)

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Diversity of people and thinking and the impact on risk – 18 January 2023

Overview

With more and more companies focusing on D&I, this session will explore in depth why Diversity and Inclusion is important from both an ethical and commercial perspective, and what having a diverse work force means for the Safety and Risk profession.

With discussions around diverse and inclusive recruitment processes, the impact on culture, and the future of the industry, this session, led by Laura Aucott, Associate Director at HSE Recruitment and Executive Network Group, should provide insight on the current marketplace as well as offering action points to ensure D&I remains a top priority within your business.    

Speaker

  • Laura Aucott, Associate Director at HSE Recruitment and Executive Network Group

Laura has been recruiting exclusively into the Health and Safety industry for the last 12 years, across all sectors. She is a passionate advocate for the safety industry as a whole, but also for better and more transparent D&I policies within the industry, and the need to attract new, fresh and exciting professionals to help make Health and Safety better.

Laura and HSE Recruitment work closely with their partners IIRSM, IOSH, RoSPA and Pinsent Masons to provide CPD opportunities for professionals at all levels as well as the best job opportunities and aim to help publicise and share the fantastic and inspirational initiatives and people in the industry through their social media and events.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

Book now.

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How to address mental health risk in your management system – 01 March 2023

Overview

There is a growing amount of research that supports the hypothesis that it is in the interest of employers to invest in proactively addressing the potential negative impacts of employment on the mental health of their workforce. This need has become even more prevalent in recent times, with the world stage continually adding an unprecedented amount of unsettling change in the form of everything from COVID-19 to a climate crisis that will touch everyone within the global community.

Within this webinar Steven Harris, Head of HSES at the Vysus Group, will outline how to competently implement a relatively small number of fundamental management system principles to ensure a consistent approach to manage this risk. The proven approach that will be discussed by Steven will not only bring direct benefits to an organisation in terms of managing mental health challenges, but also holds the potential to: increase efficiency and productivity, reduce turnover and absenteeism, reduce quality defects and unplanned events, increase profitability and much more.

Speakers

  • Steven Harris - Head of HSES, Vysus Group

Steven is a values-driven senior global leader and manager currently responsible for the operational health, safety, environment, and security (HSES) for a multinational engineering consultancy (oil & gas, nuclear, renewables, road, and rail) with a global footprint of 30 offices within 26 countries involving 700+ personnel.

Having started his career in the security industry, Steven moved to the energy sector where he has worked all over the world for various drilling contractors, service companies and operators. Steven is a Fellow of IIRSM and a Chartered practitioner with IOSH. With a master’s degree in Health, Safety and Risk Management and as a part-time lecturer for Robert Gordon University, Steven specialises in all aspects of human performance.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Cross culture working – 04 May 2023

Overview

Many public service organisations, NGO’s and 3rd Sector have been working across different cultures for many years as the UK becomes more integrated with regards to cultures.

In this webinar, Kevin Hard, Director at Inspiration-all will challenge the thinking that with globalisation, just carrying on as we have for the last 50 years, ‘because it seemed to work’, won’t work anymore.

Understanding the underlying values and drivers of different cultures allows you to take a step back and put yourselves in their shoes, to see things from their perspective. Mary Lathrop, a wonderful poet from 1895, said “Judge people softly until you have walked a mile their moccasin’s.”

Of course, with integration, culture is changing for some, and many people embrace that. However, understanding deep rooted culture, being aware of the underlying values and accepted norms which still exists, allows us to take a step back from our own bias, and to perhaps engage a little better with both people and organisations, to judge softly and listen to understand.

Why wouldn’t you?

Speaker

  • Kevin Hard, Director, Inspiration-all

Kevin presents on Cultural Safety®, Leadership and Engagement worldwide including China, Basel, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon and the Middle East ASSE global conference in Bahrain.

Working closely with Nigel Girling, CEO at the National Centre for Strategic Leadership, he was interested in neuroscience and the four enablers of engagement i.e. creating a work environment that helps our brains think and perform at their best. He co-led the Task Action Group (TAG) on Sustainability and Engagement (CSR) for the Governments ‘Engage for Success’ Task force at the CIPD. Research has shown the impact of engagement on improving safety, wellbeing and business performance, as well as sustainability and risk.

He worked closely with a leading strategic risk organisation in China from 2012 – 2014 where he delivered behavioural risk programmes in Henan province. He was subsequently invited back to speak to the Chinese Government at a UN Sponsored event in 2017.

Kevin has recently published an Organisational Integrated Improvement model based on Leadership, Engagement and Wellbeing that has been referenced by many organisations and adopted by a major Rail organisation to underpin its Health and Wellbeing strategy. His work on ‘A culture of Care’, started initially in 2008 brought an invite to join as a Fellow of the RSA in 2016.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

Book now.

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Do we need a wellbeing strategy? – 23 May 2023

Overview

This 1-hour insights session is perfect for business leaders, HR professionals and managers who want to know more about workplace wellbeing and are unsure about whether they need to be doing more in this area.

The session will highlight current trends surrounding mental ill health, the impact on businesses, and the role an effective wellbeing strategy can have in supporting wellness at work.

It will be a collaborative session as we want to hear from you about the work you are already doing in this area, any barriers you face, and what would help your business moving forward. We will therefore allow time for Q&A at the end. We will then use this information to inform future workshops.  

Speaker

  • Lisa Whittleton, Director, Illuminate VR Services Ltd

Lisa has had an interest in mental health from a young age which led her to set up Illuminate in November 2013 as she recognised, through both her own early life experiences and her role as a Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant and Trainer, that more work could be done to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health in the workplace and was keen to influence this positively.

Lisa brings her background in occupational and positive psychology to life with her engaging and ‘real’ approach to facilitation, providing practical and evidence-based tools that people can utilise in their day to day lives.

Lisa is passionate about empowering individuals and workplaces to create environments and cultures that are proactive about mental health and support people to thrive at work. Not only does this help the individual to maintain positive wellbeing, but also leads to improved engagement, morale and productivity for the organisation, as well as a reduction in absenteeism, presenteeism and staff turnover.

Time

13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)

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Intellectual Property

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A copy of the webinar recording will be available after the webinar (for IIRSM members on the Resource Hub and for paying non-members via an emailed link) and is for personal/non-commercial use only. In some cases a copy of the webinar presentation as a PDF, or other added value content may be shared by the presenter. In any case this content must not be modified, shared or republished in any way without the prior consent of the presenter and/or IIRSM.

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IIRSM is not liable for the detailed content of any webinars, quality of presentation or if learning outcomes did not entirely meet expectations. We let our presenters freely express their ideas and share their methods.

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If IIRSM is not able to reschedule, non-members will receive the option to move to another webinar of your choice or a full refund. IIRSM’s maximum liability, arising out of a webinar cancellation, to the delegate is limited to the attendance fee only.

In the event of late arrival, non-attendance or issues with accessing the webinar no refund will be granted and you will receive a recording of the webinar.

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