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09:11Short term incentives: can you have them?
Bradley Richardson and Dr Hazel McLaughlinLinklaters

Short term incentives: can you have them?

Posted 5 months ago

Is there still a place for short-term targets in business? Bradley Richardson, Employment and Incentives...

08:49Driving an effective speak up culture
Gavin Lewis and Simon Kerr-DavisLinklaters

Driving an effective speak up culture

Posted 5 months ago

Take a seat alongside this conversation between Gavin Lewis, a Dispute Resolution Partner at Linklaters,...

05:50The "Five P's" of Ring-Fencing
Martin Halford and Mark PritchardBarclays

The "Five P's" of Ring-Fencing

Posted 10 months ago

Martin Halford offers a masterclass on how to break down highly technical legal areas into...

06:18Protecting Whistleblowers & Establishing A Positive Culture
Jillian Naylor and Sarina WilliamsLinklaters

Protecting Whistleblowers & Establishing A Positive Culture

Posted a year ago

“It’s the way things are done around here.” What does culture mean and how do...

06:37Navigating A Cyber Attack
Lucy Blake, Jemma Purslow and Alaister JohnsonLinklaters

Navigating A Cyber Attack

Posted a year ago

It can be the worst nightmare for any business - a ransomware attack. For a regulated...

06:59Navigating The First 72 Hours Of A Crisis
Rachel Barrett, Elenor Parkhouse and Sara CodyLinklaters

Navigating The First 72 Hours Of A Crisis

Posted a year ago

“The FCA will not thank you if the first it hears of your crisis is...

06:20Navigating Your Regulatory Priorities
Ben Packer and Alastair HoltLinklaters

Navigating Your Regulatory Priorities

Posted a year ago

For new players in the banking market, navigating the regulatory environment is crucial and with...

08:47How to speak out & listen up: Part 1
Wendy Addison and Nick PonttSpeakOut SpeakUp and Browne Jacobson

How to speak out & listen up: Part 1

Posted a year ago

Nick Pontt, Partner at Browne Jacobson, interviews Wendy Addison on her experiences as a whistleblower....

11:38The Legal Shade: Whistleblowing legislation and NDAs
Wendy Addison, Trevor Clark and Anna BealeSpeakOut SpeakUp, UCL and Cloisters Chambers

The Legal Shade: Whistleblowing legislation and NDAs

Posted a year ago

Wendy talks whistleblower protection legislation and NDAs with Trevor Clark of UCL and Anna Beale,...

12:34The Organisational Shade: Awareness of Rights and Corporate Culture
Wendy Addison, Jillian Naylor and Deborah ThomasSpeakOut SpeakUp, Linklaters and Collinson Group

The Organisational Shade: Awareness of Rights and Corporate Culture

Posted a year ago

Wendy speaks with Jillian Naylor, partner at Linklaters, and Deborah Thomas, Head of Risk at...

09:57The Behavioural Shade: Psychological Conflict
Wendy Addison, Deborah Thomas and Dr Elizabeth LuminatiSpeakOut SpeakUp and Collinson Group

The Behavioural Shade: Psychological Conflict

Posted a year ago

Our final episode turns to behavioural, cultural and psychological aspects of whistleblowing. Wendy is joined...

08:20How to speak out & listen up: Part 2
Wendy Addison and Nick PonttSpeakOut SpeakUp and Browne Jacobson

How to speak out & listen up: Part 2

Posted a year ago

In episode two of 50 Shades of Whistleblowing, Wendy asks Nick his views on financial...

06:32Industry & Competitor Meetings
Josh Buckland and Anand PatelLinklaters

Industry & Competitor Meetings

Posted a year ago

Arguably the single hottest subject on Competition Law for in-house legal teams is how to...

09:09How to Handle a Competition Investigation
Verity Egerton-Doyle and Rebecca SaundersLinklaters

How to Handle a Competition Investigation

Posted a year ago

Do you want to know exactly how you should handle a regulatory investigation as according...

14:58Winning Hearts & Minds In Compliance
Andrew Kivell and Greg MookVodafone Business

Winning Hearts & Minds In Compliance

Posted a year ago

Are you looking for inspiration on how to lead your compliance function? Do you want...

19:00The UK Modern Slavery Act - Where we are, where we are going, why businesses should care
Patricia Carrier, David Westlake, James Ewins QC and Justine CurrellThe International Justice Mission, Queen Elizabeth Building, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Unseen

The UK Modern Slavery Act - Where we are, where we are going, why businesses should care

Posted 2 years ago

“More and more stakeholders are scrutinising company reporting on this issue because it matters to...