Resilience First runs a wide range of events including webinars, conferences, networking events, project workshops, roundtables and networking receptions, aimed at sharing best practice, developing new ways of working and building corporate and stakeholder relationships.

Champions and members have priority access to our events and webinars.  Non-member companies have limited access to our events and webinars.

Post events' and webinars' write-ups, slides and/or videos are shared with Resilience First Champions and members as well as the events' and webinars' attendees.

Please click here for a copy of Resilience First programme of events and webinars.

Please click here to view video recordings of our past webinars and events.

Skills Resilience in a Changing World

Webinar: 21 October 2020, 9am to 10am
Resilience First, in partnership with the Foundation for Science and Technology, is delighted to present a morning webinar on Skills Resilience in a Changing World. The focus of this event is to explore the concept of change which employees may have to adopt over the course of their careers to respond to our changing, working environments.

Tackling economic crime in a Covid-19 world

Webinar: 12 November 2020, 3-4pm
The old adage that crime never sleeps is true even during a pandemic.   The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime has stated in a policy brief in March 2020 that whilst the effects of the pandemic has caused a decrease in some organised criminal activities, it has also provided new opportunities in other areas, such as cybercrime, counterfeiting, money-laundering and fraud. 

ERM: transitioning from risk to resilience

Webinar: 3 December 2020, 1600-1700

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) has been undergoing change for some time. In a book titled Team of Teams (2015), the Foreword stated that ‘Management models based on planning and predicting instead of resilient adaptation to changing circumstances are no longer suited to today’s challenges.’ The impact of Covid-19 has simply accelerated that change. The nature of modern risk, with its frequently unknown origins, and the scale of its potential disruption, makes traditional approaches to risk i.e.

Resilience First in conversation with Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Energy and Environment, Greater London Authority

Webinar: 12 January 2021, 3pm to 4pm
Following the recent onslaught from Covid-19 and the resurgence in calls for a #greenrecovery, Resilience First looks forward to hearing from Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Energy and Environment, on the GLA’s latest plans to achieving the ambitious target of London becoming a net-zero city by 2050.