We offer an extensive program of events, including seminars and workshops. Upcoming events are listed below. We hope you will find these of interest and will be able to join us.
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Make a date in your diary to join us at this very popular annual event which is a must attend event for anybody who sits on, or works with, trustee boards. The conference will continue to focus on leadership and governance and this year will also explore areas of enterprise, innovation and change. Choose from 12 practical workshops, hear from some of the sector’s most inspiring leaders and network with your fellow trustees.
Mon 31 Oct 2011 External Events Read More and Book >
A practical seminar aimed at giving a full understanding of whistleblowing legislation, how it impacts on the workplace and defending your organisation's reputation when whistleblowers go public.
The seminar is aimed at HR professionals who want to understand the complexities of whistleblowing and what it means for your organisation.
Thu 20 Oct 2011 Seminars Read More and Book >
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Experts from the charity and commercial sectors will come together to present their strategic outlook for the property market, providing property managers with the insight to make the most from their charity’s property portfolio.
Mon 17 Oct 2011 BWB Events Read More and Book >
BWB has partnered with the MemberWise Network to organise a conference dedicated to embedding sound governance in your membership organisation or association during challenging times.
Mon 10 Oct 2011 BWB Events Read More and Book >
“Best conference I’ve been to all year. Incredibly helpful”
Ruth Grimaldi, Operations Manager, Newfrontiers
Bates Wells & Braithwaite are delighted to announce the annual HR and Employment Law conference in association with DSC (Directory of Social Change).
Wed 05 Oct 2011 BWB Events Read More and Book >
The first of three Faith-based group seminars will cover issues for organisations, both as employers and service providers, including:
• occupational requirements for post-holders to be of a particular faith
• when faith-based organisations can and cannot discriminate in the provision of their services
Tue 04 Oct 2011 Seminars Read More and Book >