Remote Working - What Happens to Culture?

Event Details

Free to members, ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Mon, 15 June 2020

13:00 - 14:00


Location

Online - details of how to access the webinar will be provided closer to the date of the webinar

Event Details

Free to members, ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Mon, 15 June 2020

13:00 - 14:00


Location

Online - details of how to access the webinar will be provided closer to the date of the webinar

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This webinar was conducted live on 15 June 2020 at 1pm.

View the webinar recording and slides here;

Slides from Remote Working - What Happens to Culture Webinar

Places for the webinar are limited and the registration will close once we reach capacity or at 10am on the day of the event.

The current Covid-19 crisis has drastically changed the way we work. The fact that we are working from home poses new risks and influences the way in which we perceive risks and act on them.

This new situation asks a lot from our behaviour. The attention we give to sustaining a strong culture, our leadership skills and risk and compliance can consciously or subconsciously decrease. However, especially in these times, it is important to keep our focus on these subjects.

In this webinar we will discuss the effects of the Covid-19 crisis on behaviour of employees and leaders and the impact on culture, leadership and compliance. Additionally, we will provide some practical recommendations for leaders to apply.


This webinar will be delivered on Zoom and log in details will be provided prior to the start of the webinar.

1 CPD hour for;

  • Professional Banker

  • Chartered Banker

  • Certified Bank Director

  • LCOI

  • FCOI (Compliance)

Femke DeVries

Femke worked at the Dutch prudential regulator DNB and the Dutch securities commission and conduct regulator AFM for 15 years. At DNB she was responsible for redesigning prudential supervision to implement a behavioural and cultural approach. Moreover, Femke was member of the executive board of the AFM and divisional director and secretary-general of the DNB. Femke is a frequently asked keynote speaker and panellist globally.

Femke DeVries