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Host: Stuart Tym & James Pavey - Irwin Mitchell
Panel: Minette Batters - NFU President, Philip Dunn – Brown and co
A discussion of the legal and practical implications of both Brexit and the recent lockdown on the future of farming and rural businesses. To include the Agricultural and Trade Bills.
Host: James Pinchbeck - Streets Accountants
Panel: Peter Watson, Michelle Allinson
Our panel discussion will focus on the world of work, jobs and skills post COVID-19 and in light of what is being termed the new normal.
Host: Liz Byrne - Irwin Mitchell LLP
Panel: Kate Harris
Based on a real-life scenario, a discussion on how to avoid expensive future disputes over the farming assets after death, make sure all your allowances for Inheritance Tax are captured, and give your family peace of mind by putting in place properly prepared and practical Wills.
Host: Assistant Chief Constable Kerrin Wilson – Lincolnshire Police
Panel: Chief Inspector Phil Vickers, Chief Superintendent Chris Davison
An insight into how Lincolnshire Police keeps rural communities safe and its plans for the future. Our officers will explain how to find out who your local police officers are and how to contact them, how to best protect your property and belongings, what challenges the police are facing and believe they will face in rural communities in the future and how you can play a huge part in keeping others safe.
Host: Steve Kemp - OpenPlan
Panel: John Latham, Chris Williams
Relative remoteness has often been seen as a problem for Lincolnshire, but do we now have an opportunity to turn our remoteness into an advantage? Can Lincolnshire thrive by being locally resilient and digitally connected?
Host: Sean Barkes - Refinity Coaching & Consulting
Panel: Vybarr Cregan-Reid, Darren Crookes
An exploration of the future of the modern office or workplace and how they can be designed to foster good health, productivity and creativity.
Host: Charles Anyan – Woldmarsh Producers
Panel: Sean Sparling, Robert Borrill
A Woldmarsh Producers discussion looking at cooperation in modern day agriculture and its importance going into a post Brexit world.
Host: Helen Wheatley - Travel Counsellors
Panel: Matt Brown, Carly Charteris
A discussion covering the future of travel and how it affects the business and leisure sector. The discussion will include trends, post COVID changes, the client experience and how we move forward.
Host: Steve Ball - Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Panel: Manjit Shellis, Gill Sparrow
How has COVID-19 changed the face of schools? How will schools be different post pandemic? What will be better? Enjoy a lively discussion with a primary school headteacher and the Assistant Director of Birmingham Education Partnership.
Host: Vicky Cozens – Future Prospects Group
Panel: Simon Gabbitas, Kelly Trickett
Working closely with a range of businesses in and around Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, we'll be discussing the Future of Work with Simon Gabbitas and Vicky Cozens from Future Prospects Group and Guest Kelly Trickett from HR Lincs.
Host: Mark Hammond - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: Angus Moir, Jon Davies
Leadership in an increasingly difficult world, managing remote working, change, and the new 'normal'. How can leaders deal with crisis management, whilst delivering effective communication, and enabling wellbeing? What does the role of culture play, and how can we encourage more of our leaders to lead?
Host: Charlotte Watson - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: Nicola Ellwood, Jem Hill
Performance & Motivation and its impact in the organisation, the energy in teams and the role it plays in change management and the culture of the organisation. Keeping ahead of competitors is key - hence increasing performance and motivation in teams whilst ensuring wellbeing.
Host: Fran East - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: John Watkinson, Richard Esau
This session will explore the issues of stress and change while looking at the current issues when coping with the COVID-19 crisis, what are the key lessons we have learned from this situation and how will this learning change our behaviours and the way in which businesses operate going forward?
Host: Simon Beardsley - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: Ian Barratt, Ruchi Aggarwal
Remote working will be here to stay in a post COVID world but getting the balance right between work and home life can be tricky. This session explores the benefits of remote working, while exploring the difficulties of remaining productive and focused. 1. I think we can say, remote working in some way, shape or form is here to stay post COVID-19, but do you think more change is required if we want people to work remotely permanently? 2. Bringing your office into the home can sometimes remove the differentiator and work can become more encompassing, how do you go about keeping the right balance.
Host: Roy Colclough - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: David Obrien, Phil Hutchinson
We are now seeing the transition from managing the crisis – keeping the organisation functioning – to managing the transition back to a renewed future. Resilience is the key; this session looks at resilience at a time of change, how businesses can become more resilient and how such a business can make sure its employees wellbeing is also being looked after.
Host: Nicola Langton - Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce
Panel: Wes Shelbourne, Rosie Green
This session aims to explore inclusivity and diversity in the workplace - given the current difficulties businesses are experiencing at the moment, the session aims to bring this to the forefront of any forward-thinking business.
Host: Brian Milne
Panel: Leslie Bonner, Roy Horobin
Black Lives Matter Lincolnshire We are a peaceful, campaigning grassroots organisation dedicated to eliminating discrimination and racism by raising awareness and education and promoting tolerance and equality for members of BAME groups in Lincolnshire.
Host: John Siddle – Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership
Panel: Supt Paul Timmins
Discussion around Community Speed Watch, Speeding in the County during COVID-19. Speed cameras. Older drivers and general road safety.
Host: Meryl Shirley
Panel: Wes Shelbourne, Loren Kelly
This spotlight in this room is on the thriving Lincolnshire Black and Ethnic Business Minority that already exists, the positive impact of social responsibility as well as how to measure long term business success.
Try our digital version of meeting sponsors on their Lincolnshire show stands. The sponsors on the list below will have their digital space open from 11:00am until midday today.
Please click one of the links below to meet the sponsor and have a chat.
Rototek was formed in 1993 and has established itself as a market leading high-quality trade rotational moulder, operating across two sites with 110 members of staff. One of the great strengths of the Rototek business is the knowledge and expertise gained through the development and production of a wide range of different mouldings for various markets.
We’re a full-service law firm with a difference. Whether it’s business or personal, we’ll listen, get to know you and your situation, and give you all the advice you need.
Pepperells Solicitors are a friendly, modern and affordable law firm with five offices covering the Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire region. We provide quality legal service through seven designated business units: Family; Commercial and Corporate; Residential Property; Crime; Dispute Resolution; Wills, Trusts and Probate; and Chambers. Our Mission is to manage critical situations and improve people’s quality of life by delivering empathetic, humane, communicative and fast-paced legal solutions. Visit pepperells.com for more.
Nicola Ellwood MSc is an Executive Leadership Coach and Culture specialist. She works with leaders and teams, helping them create culture and be their best through great mindset and communication. Nicola is Lincoln based, works nationally and supports leaders in organisations across every sector and industry. Nicola is also Chair of Lincoln Business Club.
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Keeping our rural communities safe.
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Future Prospects Group is an award-winning Recruitment and Training business operating from offices in Newark. We specialise in Business & Office Support roles and our training division offers both onsite and online (eLearning) training solutions.
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