AICR Congress – London 2019

AICR Congress 2019 Programme

Day 1
Wed • 23/01/2019
Day 2
Thu • 24/01/2019
Day 3
Fri • 25/01/2019
Day 4
Sat • 26/01/2019
Personal Effectiveness & Getting Things Done

Facilitator: Peter Biro, Lighthouse

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Keynes Rooms

Dress Code:  Smart casual

  • Learn how to set up your own daily work schedule / structure to help you achieve team goals and KPIs (Deep Work, Time Boxing, Effort/Impact Scale, GTD)
  • Reduce the feeling of work-overload by using productivity tools that help gain control of tasks
  • Develop skills to manage priorities in order to improve individual and team performance
  • Productivity Levers (Time – Attention – Energy) + Tech Hacks
2019 David Campbell Trophy Candidates Workshop, in association with Gold Key Media

Facilitator: Kevin Daly, Lighthouse

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Carrington & Grant Rooms

Dress Code: Smart casual

Each of the candidates for the DCT join for a professional training workshop to continue their learning and development, delivered by our partners at Lighthouse.  The candidates will also be given a tour of our host hotel, to frame the setting of their role play tomorrow, and sit the competition examination.

Transfer from the Kimpton Fitzroy London to Innholder’s Hall
Dinner : Past Presidents’ Dinner

Dress Code: Business

In addition to the full Congress programme all Past Presidents from every Section are invited to join this special dinner, that has now become an annual event thanks to the inspiration and drive of our incomparable duo Marga and Annie!  This is a wonderful dinner for all Past Presidents to embrace the ethos of the Amicale, celebrating long-standing friendships and creating new ones.  Please ensure you book your place for this dinner in addition to your main package.

This year the dinner will be held at Innholders’ Hall – a unique and inspiring venue, the ancient Livery Hall for the Worshipful Company of Innholders.  The history of the Company dates back to the 1300s, the current Hall built 350 years ago following the Great Fire of London in 1666.  The Royal Charter, sealed by King Henry VIII in 1514 can still be seen in the Hall today.  Our menu will be created by Chef Herbert Berger, who gained a Michelin star at three separate restaurants during his career.

2019 David Campbell Trophy Candidates Dinner, in association with Gold Key Media

Dress Code: Business

A welcome dinner for the candidates for this year’s competition together with their Section President, the judges, the role play actors and the International Committee at Innholders’ Hall – a unique and inspiring venue, the ancient Livery Hall for the Worshipful Company of Innholders.  The history of the Company dates back to the 1300s, the current Hall built 350 years ago following the Great Fire of London in 1666.  The Royal Charter, sealed by King Henry VIII in 1514 can still be seen in the Hall today.  Our menu will be created by Chef Herbert Berger, who gained a Michelin star at three separate restaurants during his career.  Dinner will be followed by a night cap with the Past Presidents who will no doubt be full of encouragement and inspiration for the candidates.

Transfer back to Hotel

The hotel’s Fitz’s Bar for a night cap for night owls

Presidium meeting

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Keynes Room

Dress Code:  Business

For section Presidents and International Committee Members only

2019 David Campbell Trophy Competition, in association with Gold Key Media

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Central Lobby (interviews in Woolf Room)

Dress Code: Your own hotel uniform

Each candidate will be provided with their scheduled time to meet the judging panel.  The Central Lobby is an area to congregate and wait together with your supporter before being called through to the interview and role play.

 

Building Daily Micro – Resilience

Facilitator: Kevin Daly, Lighthouse

Location:   Lower Ground Floor, Grant Room

Dress Code:  Smart casual

Your Situation: You are moving into a new role or have taken over new responsibilities and want to be proactive in how you deal with this reality. You have recently been feeling the physiological and psychological impacts of stress at work.

Your Training: This course approaches stress management in a holistic way integrating mind, body, and emotion training skills. The focus is on micro-resilience, in terms of resilience that is built through small daily tweaks to help us deal with life and work’s everyday challenges. You will gain easy-to-use techniques that help you manage stress and build resilience long-term, before, during, and after stressful situations.

Your Development: You will leave the class with your personal resilience-building program ready for immediate implementation.

Creative Problem Solving & Team Decision Making

Facilitator : Peter Biro, Lighthouse

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Carrington Room

Dress Code:  Smart casual

  • A practical exercise that participants will be able to learn and immediately apply in their team meetings
  • The main benefit of the exercise is that it removes unstructured, endless discussion from aligning on challenges, brainstorming and prioritizing solutions
  • It helps teams / colleagues / any group to quickly and dynamically:
    • share and define challenges ( and make sure that everyone’s opinion is taken into consideration)
    • prioritise these challenges
    • come up with solutions
    • agree on which solutions to execute
    • create tangible team and individual action plans to ensure accountability
Mentoring Workshop

Facilitator: Nicola Miller

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Eliot Room

Dress Code:  Smart casual

Time:  13:00hrs – 16:00hrs

After the successful trial of a mentoring programme by the AICR UK section, we are delighted to offer the opportunity to join a Mentoring training workshop.

We have a limited number of places available, so please contact Nicola as soon as you can in order to participate in this great training workshop.

Please contact Nicola direct at nicola.miller@heckfieldplace.com to secure your place at this  training workshop.

Workshop presented by Aro

Facilitator: Alan Rowe

Location: Lower Ground Floor, Grant Room

Dress Code:  Smart casual

A series of seminars and workshops delivered by industry experts, to educate and inform, based on industry strategies and leadership skills.  This is an incredible opportunity for all Congress attendees to return to their workplace with new information and skills, without any additional cost to their company.  The workshops are free to attend but delegates must sign up and may be charged for non-attendance as spaces are limited.  The full details of each seminar or workshop will be published here soon.

Workshop presented by STR Global

Facilitator: Sarah Diugnan

Location:  Lower Ground Floor, Carrington Room

Dress Code:  Smart casual

A series of seminars and workshops delivered by industry experts, to educate and inform, based on industry strategies and leadership skills.  This is an incredible opportunity for all Congress attendees to return to their workplace with new information and skills, without any additional cost to their company.  The workshops are free to attend but delegates must sign up and may be charged for non-attendance as spaces are limited.  The full details of each seminar or workshop will be published here soon.

Transfer from the Kimpton Fitzroy London to the Tramshed
Official opening ceremony AICR Congress 2019

Dress Code: Casual

Our welcome dinner and opening ceremony for the 2019 Congress.  We will explore London’s East End at this iconic venue in the neighbourhood of Shoreditch.  The converted industrial building boasts the renowned Cock ‘n’ Bull installation by British artist Damien Hirst, Chef Mark Hix’s menu gives centre-stage to Swainson House chicken and Peter Hannan’s beef, carved at the table and designed for guests to share.

Transfer back to hotel

The hotel’s Fitz’s Bar for a night cap for night owls

Conference, Sponsor’s Showcase and Lunch

Location:  The Ballroom

Dress Code: Business

The 2019 congress will provide our delegates with a dynamic and varied programme for a conference that educates and inspires, to challenge our thinking and motivate us to improve.  The conference programme will focus on how we can develop our leadership skills and improve business strategies, learning and gain inspiration from experts, disruptors and innovators.

Coffee breaks and lunch will be taken on the Lower Ground floor and an opportunity to meet and support our valued sponsors.

General Assembly

Location:  The Ballroom

Dress Code:  Business attire

Only members of the AICR may attend this meeting

Burns Night Supper and Scottish dancing at the Kimpton Fitzroy London hotel

Location:  The Ballroom

Dress Code: Business with a touch of tartan, or Scottish National Dress

The 25th January is Burns Night, an occasion to celebrate the Eighteenth Century Scottish poet in traditional style with the time honoured food, poetry and dancing to our live Ceilidh band.

 

 

Sightseeing tour

Dress code: casual

A morning to experience an incredible part of London and the rest of the day at leisure for further sightseeing, shopping or hotel site visits.

 

Transfer from Kimpton Fitzroy London to Gibson Hall
Gala Dinner & 2019 David Campbell Trophy Ceremony, in association with Gold Key Media

Dress Code: Black Tie

The grand finale of AICR International Congress London 2019, our black tie gala dinner, dancing and announcement of the winner of the 2019 David Campbell Trophy, in association with Gold Key Media will be in Gibson Hall, a grand former banking hall in the heart of The City Of London.

Transfer back to hotel

The hotel’s Fitz’s Bar for a night cap for night owls

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