Our friends at Conscious Conversations are holding a ‘taster’ event – allowing people to get an idea of how better conversations can work to actively improve business performance. Further details about Conscious Conversations here.
What do you actually do in a Conscious Conversations session? How can you help people learn how to have better conversations? What sort of impact can you have on an organisation?
These are just some of the questions we’re asked when we talk to people about our Conscious Conversations work. Maybe they’re questions you’ve asked or would like to ask!
To give some answers we’re holding a taster session on 18th September from 6.30 to 8.30pm and we’d love if you could join us. We’re only inviting a small group of people so that everyone has the opportunity to experience what a real-life Conscious Conversations session is like. We’ll allow plenty of time for questions and, as our offer is ever evolving, we’d also welcome any feedback you have.
The details of the event are:
18th September 2018
6.30pm – drinks and nibbles provided
Venue: North London (details via email).
For planning it would be really helpful if you could respond by 24th August. Just email me: jeff @ quadco.co.uk (removing the spaces) and I’ll forward your interest on to Ingrid Allen who’s organising the event.
We’re delighted to announce that Tim Campbell MBE, the businessman and former BBC Apprentice winner, will be a guest speaker at our upcoming Blockchain Masterclass in London on October 12.
The event, which will focus on the impact that bitcoin and the underlying blockchain technology will have on financial services, is being held at the London offices of Allen & Overy.
Tim will talk about about the social impact of cryptocurrencies and the underpinning blockchain technology. Other speakers include Simon Toms of Allen & Overy; Seamus Cushley of PwC; and Janina Lowisz of Cashaa.
Quadriga Consulting client, Equiniti, is holding a seminar called, ‘Protecting Your Integrity and Getting Value from GDPR’ on 2 June 2017 at The Titanic, Belfast, Northern Ireland from 09.30am – 2.00pm.
BBC journalist Karen Patterson will be hosting the day with speakers from the Information Commissioners Office, Northern Ireland; Bill McCluggage, Digital Leader and CIO/CTO; David Kemp, GDPR Lawyer, HPE; and Adam Green, Chief Risk Officer, Equiniti.
Jeffrey Peel from Quadriga Consulting, who has authored a report for Equiniti on the implications of the GDPR, will be taking part in a panel discussion at the event.
Learn about GDPR and how it will impact your organisation
Learn practical steps on your journey to GDPR Compliance
Accelerate your progress with the right team
Maximise future value from your GDPR programme
What happens if I don’t comply and what are the implications?
Question experts about their experience of GDPR
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been a long time in the making. It’s also not without its critics. But, after thousands of amendments, and years of discussion relating to its scope, the regulation was adopted on 27th April 2016 and will come into force across on 25th May, 2018. The UK, it has been confirmed by the government, will also adopt the GDPR, prior to leaving the EU.
The GDPR is an EU regulation applying to all member countries that will ‘strengthen and unify’ data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). There are significant implications for business being GDPR-compliant.
If you would like to attend this event, or for more information, please contact Ashleigh McClean via email: email@example.com. Or call +44 (0)28 9073 5709.
At our workshop in London a few weeks ago we asked Abigail Gilbert of think-tank NLGN and Stephen Morgan of Squiz to discuss how digital initiatives might work to enhance public service provision.
Abigail and Stephen chatted about how authorities are engaging, increasingly with platforms and smart city infrastructure to improve things – with a strong focus on procurement issues, as well as citizen-driven attitudes.
We have been working in the Gulf region for the last couple of years for a number of leading technology companies. We’ve been building all sorts of content…from corporate videos, to product brochures and web content.
We’re visiting Dubai in October to attend Gitex – the Middle East & Africa’s largest technology exhibition and conference.
It would be wonderful to connect if you’re attending.
ICONS Festival is a landmark four day event across TECHNOLOGY, MUSIC and SCREEN that seeks to educate, enlighten, encourage and inspire. From students to startups and C-level Executives to creatives, delegates will gain insight from key industry professionals across technology, music and screen.
The event is taking place in the new Titanic Conference Centre in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Jeffrey Peel will be chairing two panel discussions at the event including a panel focused on “What’s Next for VC” featuring:
Jeffrey Peel, Managing Director of Quadriga Consulting, is also Editor-in-Chief of Citizen2015.com – a unique ‘thought leadership’ portal that focuses on the latest thinking and discussions related to citizen to government engagement. He has interviewed some of the leading thinkers on digital government in the UK and North America – and has undertaken dozens of projects focused on government technology and CRM.
Panellists will be from different areas of the public sector, and Jeff will elicit their opinions on matters such as the response to Government austerity measures; digital first initiatives; customer engagement strategies and moves towards greater shared services and regionalization.
We’re attending ICT2015, the EU’s major digital policy conference in Lisbon in October.
The policy conference is a major part of ICT 2015, covering three days (20-22 October, 2015).
It is designed to present the new Commission policies and initiatives with regard to Research & Innovation in ICT – in particular, with regards to two of the top 10 priorities of the Juncker Commission: Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness and The connected Single Digital Market.
Our Managing Director, Jeffrey Peel, will be attending the 2015 Conservative Party Conference in Manchester from October 4th to 7th. He plans to conduct a series of audio interviews with senior government spokespeople, think tanks and policy specialists – as part of the Citizen2015.
Citizen 2015 is becoming one of the most important destination sites focused on citizen to government engagement processes.
If you’re attending the Conservative Party Conference and would like to meet please contact us.