Mental Health for all – a collective responsibility

  • 12 October 2021
  • CPD Event
  • 500 PLACE(S) AVAILABLE
Event Details
This webcast, dedicated to World Mental Health Day 2021, is a collaboration between the Chartered Banker Institute and The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.

Overview

 Join us to hear our panellists and Chair discuss important issues relating to mental health and particularly how the pandemic has impacted on our emotional well-being.

Within the financial sector, what is being done to support individuals and keep this topic in the forefront of our everyday attitudes? At the core of ethical banking lies responsibility. We all have a part to play in supporting others and ourselves, a collective responsibility to better understand and share knowledge of mental health conditions and support techniques is encouraged by the Institute and wider financial community.

We hope that you can join us for this discussion, which will develop your knowledge of mental health and equip you with tools to implement in your organisation.

 

Chair

Keesa Schreane

Keesa Schreane

Refinitiv / London Stock Exchange Group | Director of Risk and Sustainability Partnerships

Panellists

David May FCBI

David May FCBI

Aesara Partners | Executive Coach and Consultant

 
David May, FCBI, Vice President and Vice Chair of the Chartered Banker Institute, is a Partner, Executive Coach and Consultant with Aesara Partners. As the former Director of Leadership, Learning and Development, NatWest Group, David brings over 40 years of experience within Financial Services spanning executive leadership of strategic and operational teams across multiple markets and jurisdictions. He is a thinking partner to board level executives and supports leaders to become the best versions of themselves and to lead effective teams.
David Nikolich

David Nikolich

ABSTRACT | Managing Director

 
David is founder and Managing Director of the award winning learning and development company ABSTRACT. He has had extensive experience of both leading and working with major businesses, ensuring that they have the right people, exuding the right behaviours and within the right environment, for the benefit of the organisation’s goals and objectives. David has developed a highly-regarded reputation that has delivered superior and sustainable results for many organisations over more than two decades. 
Prof. Chris Speed, FRSE

Prof. Chris Speed, FRSE

University of Edinburgh | Chair of Design Informatics

 

Prof. Chris Speed, FRSE is Chair of Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh where he collaborates with a wide variety of partners to explore how design provides methods to adapt, and create products and services within a networked society. Chris has an established track record in directing large complex grants with industry partners, that apply methods to challenges in the banking, international development and cultural heritage sectors.


 

Date & Schedule
Tuesday 12 October 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00PM UK BST 
Booking

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CPD REQUIREMENT
Attending this event counts towards Chartered Banker Institute members’ annual CPD requirement (1 hour).