BDMA CONFERENCE 2022: THE ROADMAP TO SUSTAINABLE RESILIENCE
The roadmap to sustainable resilience – your invitation to join the debate!
We are delighted to announce that our 2022 conference and exhibition will be held on 29th-30th June at the East Midlands Conference Centre!
The conference’s theme focuses on ‘The roadmap for sustainable resilience’ and sets out to explore what our brave new world needs to look like and the necessary change to secure a bright future.
To read more about this conference, please click here.
BDMA AGM 2021
The BDMA AGM took place on 25th November 2021.
BDMA WEBINAR 2021: SETTING GOALS AND DELIVERING THEM WITH AGILITY
Introducing our ‘Setting goals and delivering them with agility’ webinar
Creating strategic yet actionable plans is hard enough when you are reasonably confident about the macro environment – the economy, politics, cultural shifts and clear about the micro factors such as customer stability, internal resource etc. Or you simply do what most organisations do – take last year’s plan and budget and add 10%!
How do you create worthwhile plans right now when the only constant is change? Why make a plan at all when it will probably look different next month? How will the removal of the furlough scheme impact you in the short-term, and what do you need to do to assure employee relations remain strong?
In this session, we explored what a good plan looks like and what you need to do to agilely respond to the ever-changing market, while remaining on track. This one hour webinar was chaired by John Thompson, BDMA Chairman and the headline speaker was Cate Russell, Chief Executive at Pilgrims Hospices. Cate and the panel discussed how to set achievable goals and then deliver them with agility.
The webinar took place on Friday 15th January at 1pm on Zoom.
BDMA AGM 2020
Our AGM took place on 26th November at 2pm via Zoom.
BDMA WEBINAR 2020: PERFORMING UNDER PRESSURE
Introducing our ‘Performing Under Pressure’ webinar
COVID-19 presents challenges to our resilience, mental health and performance. In this webinar we explained how you can manage these challenges in the current claims landscape, along with identifying specific marginal gains for better task focus. This one hour webinar was chaired by Simon Ford, BDMA Chairman and the headline speaker was Dr Phil Hopley – MD and Consultant Psychiatrist at Cognacity.
As well as Dr Phil Hopley explaining how we can overcome the psychological challenges of COVID-19, our expert panel discussed their experiences of COVID-19 within the wider insurance industry.
The webinar took place on Friday 14th August at 12pm on Zoom.
INFORMATION ON FUTURE BDMA EVENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE HERE WHEN SCHEDULED
Regional Events are aimed at giving members and other interested parties
around the country an opportunity to hear the latest industry developments
meet suppliers and network with colleagues in their area.