The membership sector represents millions of people in the UK alone, covering all kinds of industries and areas of society. We take a look back at some of the interviews we have conducted with leading industry professionals in light of National Careers Week in the UK.
Next week we are being joined on our People & Culture workstream by Pete Ashby of TEAM 2030 to discuss what more CEOs and Senior Leaders should be doing now with their staff teams, on a digital basis, to prepare for the stage when we begin to move out of lockdown and teams need to revitalise those parts of the business that have suffered through the pandemic.
After winning memcom’s CEO Leadership Award last year, Paul Rees, CEO of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, hosted our annual Leadership Lecture. This year’s event centred around two key aspects of 2020 that shaped the way the world operates: the global pandemic and the death of George Floyd.
We meet Dr Sandy Mather, CEO of the Intensive Care Society and winner of the memcom Award for Outstanding Leadership in a time of Crisis for a deep dive into her career and role over the past few months.
As businesses struggle to confront the new issues created by a global pandemic, professional associations could be ideally placed to support their members in a way that has not been common practice in the UK.
Paul Rees, CEO of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and winner of the 2020 Louis Armstrong Award for Outstanding Leadership talks to us about his career, challenges and the transformational values of the College.
I have always thought myself to be an ally of black and minority ethnic (BAME) people in my professional life and my personal life. That said, I still find it awkward to talk about race. I find it harder still to talk openly about racism. I am most uncomfortable with the word racist. But we need to talk about race, racism and racists if we are to confront the prejudice, inequality and discrimination that BAME people face at work and in society.
It' a fact that home- and remote-working are here to stay, so how best to replace the familiar office environment? Surprisingly, the answer might be to look towards digital for the answers, in this great guest blog by memcom's headline supporters and valued partner, Pixl8 Group
Covid-19 is likely to be with us for a long time, and while the long-term impacts of the resulting changes are unclear,, the rapid shift to remote employee working arrangements is clearly likely to result in a change in the way that we operate not just for today but for the foreseeable future. Guest blog by David Blackburn of the FSCS.