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May 2020

5.2 – Passion and Purpose: CPD and the Benefit Mindset

10:40 am - 11:10 am

This session is led by Maria O'Malley, Head of Membership Engagement and Development at IOSH, the world’s largest and only chartered body for safety and health professionals, with over 47,000 members in every industry sector across 130 countries. This session will focus on a concept called the Benefit Mindset. Understanding of the self is crucial to personal development, but wellbeing and fulfilment can only truly be achieved through meaningful self-application. In this session, discover how CPD can help your members…

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Maria O’Malley, Head of Membership Engagement and Development

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
Session Track: Member CPD and Wellbeing

5.3 – Mental Health and Why Professional Bodies Should Lead its Members

11:50 am - 12:20 pm

This session is led by Ben Turner, Co-CEO at Association of Professional Sales, which is the professional body for sales people. Mental health at work is not a fad topic of the day, it is not something that we will move on from and will be forgotten tomorrow. There is extraordinary work being talked about in the press about mental health, but the workplace still struggles. The APS chose to raise the topic to start trying to give space for…

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Ben Turner, Co-CEO

Association of Professional Sales
Session Track: Member CPD and Wellbeing

5.4 – Your Best Asset is Your People: A Business Case for a Knowledgeable, Healthy, and Inclusive Workforce

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

This session is led by Louise Hinchliffe, Associate Director of Professional Development and Sarah Vickerstaff, CPD Manager at the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, the professsional body for those in the advertising industry. 12 years into the IPA’s pledge to recognise and reward agencies who demonstrate a genuine culture of learning and development, a welcome shift has taken place. More and more of their members are integrating the L&D agenda with mental health, physical wellbeing, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.…

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Sarah Vickerstaff, CPD Manager

Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (IPA)
Session Track: Member CPD and Wellbeing

5.5 – HOW TO: Build Resilience & Support Members through Tough Times

2:10 pm - 2:40 pm

This session is led by Elle Bullimore, Head of Membership & Marketing at the British Small Animal Vets Association (BSAVA) which is the professional body for vets that work with small animals. Managing stress is part of the job for vets. Long hours, high intensity work and emotionally charged situations are all part of the daily routine. As a professional body serving a membership facing high instances of mental health problems, as well as worrying trends of vets leaving the…

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Eleanor Bullimore, Head of Membership & Marketing

British Small Animal Vets Association (BSAVA)
Session Track: Member CPD and Wellbeing

5.6 – A Diverse Global Network: Value, Relevancy and Meeting their Needs

2:50 pm - 3:20 pm

This session is led by Jo Gray, Director of Membership Services and Engagement at Youth Business International, which is the global membership network of expert organisations in over 50 countries supporting underserved young people to start, grow and sustain their businesses. This session will focus on creating value propositions for members and has the following learning outcomes: Context - the key global/local model; Content - the power of sharing knowledge; Collaboration - working in communities and unlocking engagement.

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Session Track: Going Global, Acting Local

5.7 – HOW TO: Use International Development to Create a Global Profession

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

This session is led by Mahalah Groves, Head of Capacity Building at ACCA, the global body for professional accountants supporting 219,000 members and 527,000 students in 179 countries. This session will focus on international development and has the following learning outcomes: how to deliver effective capacity building; how to use global learning and best practice to develop locally relevant solutions; how to develop partnerships for sustainable solutions.

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Session Track: Going Global, Acting Local

5.8 – Members Rate our Regional Network Meetings at 96%; Hear Why

4:40 pm - 5:10 pm

This session is led by Oliver Smith, Head of Membership at Employee Ownership Association. This session will focus on regional networks and has the following learning outcomes: How and why the EOA created its regional network; How they plan and deliver the content for 20 meetings a year; How the members are involved in each meeting.

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Oliver Smith, Head of Membership

Employee Ownership Association
Session Track: Going Global, Acting Local
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